Elm Grove, Salisbury
- An impressive and imposing home
- 4/5 bedrooms
- 2/3 reception rooms and cellar
- Bathroom and four shower rooms
- West-facing garden with far reaching views
- Garage and driveway
Property SummaryAn impressive and attractive period home tucked away, just above the city centre, with off-road parking and far reaching views of the spire and over the city.
Entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, dining room, living room/ground floor bedroom five, garden room, cellar with sewing area and play room, utility room/ground floor shower room, main bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom, three double bedrooms and three shower rooms. Driveway, garage and west-facing rear garden.
1 West View is an imposing and attractive, Victorian house that has been in the same ownership for over twenty years, a testament to the well-presented, proportioned and versatile accommodation that the property provides, laid out over four floors. There are a number of period features remaining including picture rails, dado rails, deep skirting boards, original fireplaces and original doors. The property also benefits from a driveway providing off-road parking, an integral garage, an attractive west-facing rear garden and far reaching, appealing views of the Cathedral spire and across the city centre. It is felt that an integral annexe could easily be created, if required, subject to the necessary consents.
Elm Grove is a quiet ‘no-through’ road located at the top of Milford Hill, convenient for the city centre and within an easy walk of all of the excellent range of facilities – shopping, educational, cultural and leisure on offer in Salisbury. Salisbury also benefits from a well thought of Playhouse, twice weekly charter market and mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes); and has recently been voted as the best place to live by The Sunday Times.
The house is approached from Elm Grove via the brick paved driveway, which leads to the original, obscured glazed, panelled door. This is sheltered by an attractive porch, and opens into the:
Welcoming and spacious with stairs to both to the first-floor landing and to the cellar, plenty of space for coats etc and room for some items of furniture. Dado rail, tiled floor (which continues into the kitchen/breakfast room) and doors to the majority of the ground floor accommodation and the garage store.
This is of a good size and is well fitted with stone worktops incorporating a single bowl stainless steel sink (with a mixer tap above) and painted, wooden, high and low level storage units. Space for a range cooker (with an extractor hood above), space for a free-standing fridge/freezer and built-in Electrolux dishwasher. A chimney breast contains the floor-standing, Worcester Bosch Highflow 400, gas fired boiler for the domestic heating and hot water, with an original pantry cupboard to one side. Telephone point, tiled splashbacks, window overlooking the driveway and a door to the:
This is a well-proportioned and light room with a bay window and a part glazed door leading to the driveway. Access hatch to the loft space, television and telephone points.
With an up and over door, electric power and light, and space and plumbing for a tumble drier and freezer.
LIVING ROOM/GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM 5
Of a very good size and filled with natural light entering from both a glazed door leading to the garden and a large window to the rear, with lovely, far reaching views of the spire and across the city centre. Whilst this is currently used as a bed/sitting room with a built in wardrobe and kitchenette area, it is felt this could be used as either a further reception room, or along with the shower room and utility room, this could easily be converted into an integral annexe, if required. Access hatch with ladder to large loft space.
This is a spacious reception room with an open fire set into a stone fireplace and hearth, with a carved wooden mantel and surround. Picture rails, television point and glazed double doors leading to the:
Of a good size and with a central heating radiator so is useable all year round. Glazed, double doors leading to the garden and attractive views of the rear garden and the city beyond.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead down to the cellar, which is separated into:
Currently used as a sewing/hobby room, it is felt that this could easily be a study if required, with a large walk in storage cupboard and a door to the:
A spacious and versatile room which is currently used as a double bedroom with a built-in wardrobe and a window to the front.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead up to the:
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
From here stairs lead to the second floor, with doors to all the first-floor accommodation. Dado rail.
NB: Please note the accommodation is listed in order of viewing, rather than size.
A large double bedroom with a feature, period, cast iron fireplace with original built in wardrobes to one side. Window to the front.
Well fitted with a white suite of large, tiled, shower cubicle, WC and vanity unit with a wash hand basin and cupboards. Window to the front.
Being the principal bedroom, this is a very good sized and light double room, with a bay window to the rear providing attractive, far reaching views. Feature period, cast iron, open fireplace with tiled slips and hearth, deep skirting boards, picture rails and original, attractive, coving. Door to the:
Fitted with a good range of wardrobes with a mix of hanging and shelving space. Two rooflights, access hatch into the loft space and a door to the:
This is very well fitted with a white suite of jacuzzi bath (with a mixer tap above), large corner shower cubicle, concealed cistern WC and contemporary stone wash hand basin (with a monobloc tap). Tiled floor, ladder style towel radiator, roof lights to both front and rear, useful cupboards and an extractor fan.
Stairs from the first-floor landing lead up to the:
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
With useful storage cupboards.
Whilst currently used as a small double bedroom with attached living room for a tenant, it is believed that this originally was one bedroom and could easily be returned to that state with the removal of the partitioning. Built in wardrobe, built in shelving, dado rail and two windows to the front.
This is again well fitted with a white suite of corner shower cubicle, WC and vanity unit with wash hand basin (with a monobloc tap above) and cupboards. Tiled floor, tiled walls and window to the front.
Another spacious and light double bedroom, with a window to the rear with far reaching views and a feature, cast iron, fireplace with carved wooden surround. Exposed wooden floorboards and access hatch into the loft space.
To the front of the property is a brick paved driveway providing off road parking, which leads to both the front door and to the garage. Immediately to the rear of the house is a generous area of stone paved terrace providing plenty of space for external sitting and dining, with attractive wrought iron railings. From here stone paved steps lead down to an area of lawn with deep, well planted flower beds containing an attractive mix of mature shrubs, trees and flowering plants. Ornamental pond and outside tap. The rear garden is west-facing and enclosed entirely by timber close-boarded fencing.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are available.
Band G. Charge for 2020/2021 – £3,243.35
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