Mill Road, Salisbury
- Magnificent detached house
- Scope to enlarge (stpp)
- Three double bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Three reception rooms
- Off road parking
- Spectacular views
- Moments from the city centre
- Close to the mainline railway station
Property SummaryA magnificent family home of impressive proportions and understated character, with extensive living accommodation extending to c.2,038 sq ft and plentiful scope for enlargement subject to the usual consents, overlooking the green open spaces of Queen Elizabeth Gardens.
A magnificent family home of impressive proportions and understated character, with extensive living accommodation extending to c.2,038 sq ft and plentiful scope for enlargement subject to the usual consents. There is an exceptionally well proportioned 19 ft sitting room with a double aspect and feature fireplace, a charming dining room, a high-quality, bespoke kitchen with a separate breakfast room which provides wonderful views and access to the private rear garden. On the first floor there are three generously proportioned bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a study located off the principal bedroom which lends itself perfectly as a walk-in wardrobe or to be converted into an en suite bathroom.
The property stands in good sized gardens; well-manicured, landscaped with planted trees, laid lawn and a generous patio, with a generous store. There is a good size driveway providing off road parking for approximately five vehicles, as well as a 23 ft garage. All told, there is approximately 2,388 sq ft of accommodation.
Mill Road is a highly regarded residential address in Salisbury, located within a short, level walk of the mainline station (with direct trains to London Waterloo, journey time approximately 90 minutes). This wonderful home is set directly opposite the green open spaces of Queen Elizabeth Gardens and enjoys views of the spire of the historic cathedral. There are also picturesque walks through Constables water meadows along the town path opposite. There is also level access to the city centre and the Cathedral Close making it easy to enjoy the range of educational, leisure, shopping and cultural facilities that Salisbury has to offer.
Salisbury has excellent road links to London (A303), Southampton (A36) and Bournemouth (A338) and provides direct trains to London Waterloo from Salisbury mainline railway station. Salisbury has also been recently voted as the best place to live by The Sunday Times.