This beautiful well-proportioned family home provides comfortable and versatile living space, whilst retaining many of the property’s original features and period details.
The ground floor entails of a small entrance lobby leading through into a large entrance hall, with original tessellated Victorian tiling throughout. To the right of the hall you’ll find a delightful drawing room with a cosy working fireplace and wonderful views overlooking Salisbury. Also downstairs you can find a stately bay windowed dining room overlooking the garden and a modern kitchen and breakfast room, containing slate tile floor, painted wooden kitchen units, a large central island and a double stainless steel sink. French doors lead onto small terrace from here with steps leading down into the superb garden.
Over the first and second floors of the property you can find the large main bedroom, four additional bedrooms, shower room, family sized bathroom and spacious loft room.
The lower ground floor has a self-contained one bedroom garden flat, with a spacious sitting room, kitchen/dining room and bathroom. The flat has its own private entranceway and French windows onto the garden, there is a lockable door providing access to the flat through the main house. Also on the lower ground floor of the property you can find a large functional workshop with mains electricity, with external access from the side of the property.
Externally, to the front of the property there’s a single garage with driveway parking space for three cars and further parking available via permit for two vehicles for the garden flat. To the rear there’s a large south facing terraced garden, with a fine stone balustrade separating the paved terrace area at the top of the property from the lower lawn. The boundaries of the garden are marked by mature trees and shrubs, which in the winter shed their leaves to reveal spectacular views of the city’s famous cathedral.
Fowlers Road is conveniently positioned within walking distance to the city centre, sitting on the southern side of the road in a superb elevated position enjoying views across the city to the Cathedral. Salisbury offers a plethora of restaurants, shopping, educational and leisure facilities. Salisbury has excellent road links to London (A303), Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338) as well as providing direct trains to London Waterloo from Salisbury mainline railway station.