Northleigh Terrace, Wilton

£360,000 Guide Price
Sold STC

Property Features

  • A charming, attached, period house
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Bathroom
  • Gardens, garage and off street parkin
  • River frontage

Property Summary

A charming, attached, period house close to the centre of this thriving market town.

Full Details

Entrance lobby, living room, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen, utility room, WC, sitting room, large study/landing, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Private parking, garage and garden.

Occupying an attractive plot with river frontage and believed to date back to about 1820, Rose Cottage has seen many changes and improvements over the years, including most recently the installation of a Tado smart thermostat system. It is now a charming, comfortable, attached home and would be suitable for a variety of purchasers. Internally the rooms are bright and the property is presented in very good order throughout. It also has the unusual benefit for a property in Wilton of off street parking and a garage.

Rose Cottage is situated just off North Street in Wilton, which is convenient for the centre of this market town that lies about 4 miles from the Cathedral city of Salisbury with all its many facilities – shopping, cultural, leisure, educational and its mainline station to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). In Wilton itself there is a library, a weekly market, a butchers, restaurants, public houses, cafes, churches, convenience stores, two doctors surgeries etc, and all are a level walk from this particular property. There is also a regular bus service to Salisbury.

Rose Cottage sits behind its gravelled front drive, from where steps lead down to a path, which in turn leads to the front door of the property. This opens into the:

ENTRANCE LOBBY
With useful space for coats and boots and an opening to the:

LIVING ROOM
A welcoming and versatile space which currently doubles up as a study and second sitting area. Feature fireplace with wooden surround and gas fire set in, exposed wooden floorboards, a television point, and steps down to an opening that leads to the dining room, and a door to the:

SITTING ROOM
A bright, well proportioned room with double doors opening on to the garden and a window to the front. Television point.

DINING ROOM
A bright space overlooking the front garden with ample space for a dining table and associated furniture, exposed ceiling beams and a telephone point.

BREAKFAST ROOM
Another light area with a window overlooking a tributary of the River Wylye and with some built in storage. Door to the:

KITCHEN
Well fitted with a good range of cream, high and low level storage units with a built Bosch fridge, wine rack, eye-level, Bosch, electric oven with worktop with a Franke 1½ bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit with (Quooker instant hot water mixer tap above). Four ring gas hob with a Blanco extractor hood over, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, tiled splashbacks, tiled floor and a window overlooking the water.

From the breakfast room a door and covered walkway lead through to the:

UTILITY ROOM
With built in cupboards with space and plumbing for a fridge/freezer and a washing machine. Wall mounted, gas fired, British Gas 330+ boiler for central heating and hot water, worktop and stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above), linoleum floor (that continues into the WC), window to the front and a door to the:

WC
Fitted with a WC.

From the living room stairs lead up to the:

STUDY/FIRST FLOOR LANDING
A “room” in its own right, this is a large and versatile space with a pretty, period cast iron fireplace, doors to all of the first floor accommodation and an access hatch to the loft space.

N.B: Please note the rooms are listed in order of viewing rather than size.

BEDROOM 1
A charming room with windows on two sides and a pretty, cast iron fireplace. Built in wardrobes.

BATHROOM
Recently and stylishly refitted with a white suite of ‘P’-shaped bath (with a mixer tap and wall mounted shower above) and a vanity unit containing a concealed cistern WC, a wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above) and useful cupboards. Fully tiled walls, wood effect, laminate floor, towel radiator and two obscure glazed windows.

Steps lead down to:

BEDROOM 2
Of generous proportions with two windows letting in plenty of natural light and a good range of built in wardrobes. Access hatch to the loft space.

OUTSIDE
A five bar gate opens from North Street on to a gravelled area of off-street parking and turning which leads to a garage (15’5” x 12’) with double, wooden doors. There is a path around the property which leads to the side garden; this is mainly laid to lawn with some mature, well stocked flower beds, shrubs and a sheltered patio area, ideal for sitting out. Along one side of the property runs a tributary of the River Wylye.

SERVICES
Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.

BROADBAND
BT.com suggests that maximum speeds of 73Mb are available with Superfast Fibre 2 broadband through BT.

TENURE
Freehold.

COUNCIL TAX
Band C. Charge for 2019/2020 is £1,667.62.

POST CODE
SP2 0HR.

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

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS 2017
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.

Reference: 16502.190410

Get in touch

Salisbury Office
49 High Street
Salisbury
Wiltshire
SP1 2PD

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