Rectory Road, Salisbury

£490,000 Guide Price
For Sale

Property Features

  • Attractive and light 1950’s home
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Bathroom
  • Pretty south-facing garden
  • Garage and driveway

Property Summary

A well presented, light, period house located in a very popular residential area.

Full Details

Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, conservatory, kitchen, rear lobby, ground floor cloakroom, three bedrooms and bathroom. Driveway, garage and gardens.

59 Rectory Road is an attractive three bedroom semi-detached house that is believed to date back to the 1950’s, and has been in the same ownership for approximately 24 years. This is a testament to the well proportioned and presented, light, accommodation within. The property also benefits from a good sized, south facing, rear garden that has been hard landscaped for ease of maintenance, as well as a single attached garage and driveway providing off street parking.

Rectory Road sits in the centre of the cathedral city of Salisbury and is well known as being a very popular and residential area. There is level access to the excellent range of shopping, educational, leisure and cultural facilities and also to the mainline station which has trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). The attractive Queen Elizabeth Gardens are only a short, level walk away, and the well regarded grammar schools (Bishop Wordsworth’s School for boys and South Wilts Grammar School for Girls) are also within walking distance. Salisbury also supports a well thought of playhouse and a twice weekly charter market. Salisbury has recently been voted as the best place to live by the Sunday Times.

The house is approached from Rectory Road via the driveway which leads to both the garage and the original wooden front door. This has both obscure and stained glazing and matching windows to both sides. This opens into the:

Welcoming and spacious with the stairs to the first floor (and a useful cupboard beneath). Telephone point and doors to the kitchen, dining room and to the:

This is a good sized and light reception room, with a large bow window to the front, and a Jetmaster gas fire is set into a granite surround and hearth. Television point.

A well proportioned reception room with an electric fire set into a brick fireplace with a slate hearth. Bookshelves are built in to one side of the chimney breast. Television point and glazed, sliding door to the:

Of a good size, with a ceramic tiled floor, electric underfloor heating, television point and glazed, double doors to the rear garden.

Well fitted with a good range of white fronted, high and low level storage units, and wood effect worktops incorporating a single bowl, ceramic, sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above). Space and plumbing for both a dishwasher and a washing machine, space for a freestanding cooker and fridge/freezer. Tiled splashbacks, wood effect laminate floor (that continues into both the rear lobby and ground floor cloakroom), window to the rear garden and a door to the:

With space for coats and boots etc, glazed, sliding door to the garden and a door to the:

Fitted with a white suite of WC and wash hand basin. Obscure glazed window.

Spacious and light with a window to the side, access hatch into the loft space (with a pull down ladder) and doors to all of the first floor accommodation.

NB: The bedrooms are listed in order of viewing, rather than size.

Well fitted with a white suite of bath, corner shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above). Ceramic tiled floor, electric underfloor heating, tiled splashbacks, heated towel radiator, obscure glazed window and extractor fan.

A light double bedroom with a window overlooking the rear garden. Picture rails, built in wardrobe and an airing cupboard (with a lagged hot water tank, immersion heater and slatted shelving).

Being the principal bedroom, this is a good sized and light double room, with a bow window to the front. Built in wardrobes.

A light, single bedroom with a window overlooking Rectory Road.

To the front of the property is a driveway providing off street parking for one vehicle, this leads to both the front door (which is sheltered by a porch) and the attached, single garage (with an up and over door, electric power and light, personal door to the rear garden and wall mounted, Worcester Greenstar Ri gas fired boiler for the domestic hot water and heating). The front garden has been mainly laid to gravel with deep flower beds containing mature shrubs, trees and flowering plants. Outside power point. To one side of the garage a timber gate gives access to the rear garden, with a further timber gate providing a passageway for the storage of bins etc. The peaceful, south facing, rear garden has been hard landscaped for ease of maintenance, with deep flower beds containing mature planting including roses, hydrangeas, peonies, clematis and specimen trees. The rear garden is enclosed with timber close boarded fencing and provides plenty of space for sitting out entertainment etc. Outside tap. We understand that the property is also eligible for the resident’s parking scheme.

Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available. Electric underfloor heating to the conservatory and bathroom.

BROADBAND suggests that maximum speeds of 73Mb are available with superfast fibre broadband through BT.

Band: D Charge for 2019/2020: £1,946.01.



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.

Reference: 18966.190604

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Salisbury Office
49 High Street

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