Falcons Way, Salisbury

£449,500 Guide Price
For Sale

Property Features

  • Detached house in popular area
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Bathroom and two ensuites
  • Attractive front and rear gardens
  • Double garage and parking

Property Summary

A spacious, modern detached house, with far reaching views of the Cathedral spire and beyond, located in a popular residential area.

Full Details

Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, study, four bedrooms, bathroom and two ensuite shower rooms. Driveway, double garage and gardens.

17 Falcons Way is a well-proportioned and light detached house built of brick and rendered elevations underneath a tiled roof. It has been extended over the years to create versatile accommodation and is in good decorative order. The property has far reaching views, including the cathedral spire, across Salisbury and as far as Boscombe Down, and also benefits from a large, shared, driveway, detached double garage and a terraced rear garden.

Falcons Way forms part of a very popular residential development known as Ridings Mead to the south of Salisbury, and is very conveniently located with a large playing field nearby, along with easy access to both the city centre and Salisbury District Hospital. Salisbury has a wide range of facilities – educational, cultural, leisure and shopping, including a well thought of Playhouse, twice weekly charter market and train station with direct trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes).

The tarmac driveway leads to the front door, via paved steps, and this opens into the:

Welcoming with stairs to the first floor (and a useful cupboard beneath), large cupboard for coats etc and doors to the majority of the ground floor accommodation.

This is a well proportioned and light reception room running the full depth of the house, with a bay window to the front, glazed double doors to the balcony overlooking the rear garden and a Jetmaster gas fire in a stone fireplace, with a stone hearth and mantelpiece. Television and telephone points.

Of a good size with plenty of space for a dining table and associated furniture, with a window over and a serving hatch leading to the kitchen.

This has been well fitted with wood effect high and low level storage units, and stone effect worktops incorporating a 1½ bowl Franke stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a filtered water, mixer tap above). Four burner Neff gas hob, Hotpoint electric, eye-line, double oven, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a free-standing fridge/freezer. Wall mounted Viessmann gas fired boiler providing domestic heating and hot water, linoleum floor (which continues into the utility room), extractor fan, window to the rear and a door to the:

Fitted with wood effect high and low level storage units and worktops incorporating a single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above), and space and plumbing for a washer/dryer. Windows to the rear and side, door to the side, extractor fan and a door to the:

Whilst this is currently used as a store room, it is felt this would make a good size study if required, with a water softener and window to the side.

Newly fitted with an easily accessible concealed cistern WC and a wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above). Full height tiling, fuse board, towel radiator and obscure glazed window.

NB: Stairs from the entrance hall lead up to the:

With a window to the front, access hatch to the loft space (with a pull-down ladder), airing cupboard (with a Hercal lagged hot water tank and immersion heater) and doors to all of the first floor accommodation.

A light double bedroom with a bay window to the front.

Being the principal bedroom, this is a light double, with a window to the rear giving far reaching views of the spire and across Salisbury to the countryside beyond. Door to the:

Recently and well fitted with a white suite of fully tiled, large, shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above). Wall mounted, mirror fronted, medicine cabinet with light, towel radiator, extractor fan and obscure glazed window.

Fitted with a coloured suite of panelled bath (with a mixer tap and handheld shower attachment above), WC and wash hand basin. Tiled splashbacks, half height tiled walls, light with a shaver point, extractor fan and obscure glazed window.

A further, light, double bedroom with a window to the side and a door to the:

Again newly and well fitted with a fully tiled, large corner shower cubicle, WC and vanitory unit with a wash basin (with a mixer tap above) and useful storage cupboard. Wall mounted, mirror fronted, medicine cabinet with light, towel radiator, extractor fan and obscure glazed window.

Whilst currently used as a large study, it is felt that this could be a further double bedroom if required, with windows to both front and side. Virgin Media cable point.

To the front is a tarmac drive that is owned by No. 17 Falcons Way (with No. 15 having a right of access), that leads to the detached, double garage (measuring 16’9” x 16’4 and with an electric roller shutter door, electric power, electric light, space for a free-standing freezer and with a window). A paved path leads from the driveway to the rear of the garage, where there is a composting/store area and space for a timber garden shed. Steps from the driveway lead down to the front garden. This has been mainly laid to lawn with attractive flowerbeds containing mature shrubs, hedging and flowering plants. The rear garden can be accessed from both sides of the property via gates, and immediately to the rear of the sitting room is a raised terrace of paved patio (with open storage bays). There are further areas of patio to be found immediately behind the property and also to one side, with space for a washing line etc. The rear garden has been terraced, and is mainly laid to lawn, with well planted flower beds containing further mature trees, shrubs and flowering plants. This is well screened and bordered with both timber fencing and mature hedging. Outside tap and outside power points.

Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.

Virginmedia.com suggests that average speeds of 362 Mbps are available with Vivid 350 fibre broadband through Virgin Media.


Band E. Charge for 2018/19 – £2,378.46


By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.
Tel 01722 337575

Please note, purchasers will be required to provide identity information, so Anti Money Laundering checks can be undertaken before an offer can be accepted on any property we are marketing.

Our Reference: 18942.190401

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Salisbury Office
49 High Street

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