Wyndham Road, Salisbury

£799,950 Guide Price
For Sale

Property Features

  • A delightful, period, family home
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • 2 bathrooms and en suite shower room
  • Garden
  • Garage and car port

Property Summary

A delightful family home, sensitively restored whilst retaining many period details.

Full Details

Entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room, cellar, five bedrooms, two bathroom, en suite shower room, garden, garage and car port.

Dating back we believe to the 1880’s, 49 Wyndham Road is a substantial, semi-detached period home which has been the subject of a very thorough programme of sensitive refurbishment and improvement. It is now a delightful family home, well presented and yet retaining numerous original period features including deep skirting boards, period fireplaces, detailed plaster work and sash windows etc. At the rear of the property and overlooking the garden is a wonderful kitchen/breakfast/living room, with an Aga, which serves as the heart of the house.

Wyndham Road is a popular residential road within the centre of the city. From here it is a short walk to all of the city’s excellent facilities, shopping, leisure, educational, cultural as well as the mainline station to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). The city also supports a well thought of playhouse and twice weekly market.

The house is approached through a gravelled front garden behind an evergreen hedge. From here steps lead up to the original solid wooden front door of the property which has a fanlight above, and original bell pull. This opens into the:

ENTRANCE HALL
Wide and welcoming with a wide staircase to the first-floor landing and an exposed, tessellated tiled floor.

DRAWING ROOM
A light and airy room with a wide bay window and impressive period fireplace with an open fire and pretty tiled slips. Exposed wooden floorboards, television and telephone points and an ornate central ceiling rose. Original servants’ bell, picture rail, and cornice.

DINING ROOM
Currently used as a music room, this has an attractive open fireplace with pretty tiled slips and a marble surround. Original servants’ bell, central ceiling rose, glazed double doors with period door furniture opening onto the garden. Television and telephone points, and cornice.

CLOAKROOM
Fitted with a white suite of low-level WC and wash hand basin with towel rail. Extractor fan, limestone flooring.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST/LIVING ROOM
A wonderful addition to the house, this is a light and roomy area, truly the hub of the house. It has been carefully fitted with an excellent range of painted wooden high and low level storage units. There is a four oven, gas fired Aga and both granite and wooden worktops. The wooden worktop incorporates a deep and wide butler sink with drainage channels set in and mixer taps over. Space for a tall fridge/freezer, built in window seat with storage and an island unit on wheels. Ceiling spotlights, a high vaulted ceiling at one end and deep windows with glazed wooden doors opening onto the garden. Limestone flooring, ample space for large dining table and additional furniture and a very useful cupboard concealing space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Built in dishwasher.

CELLAR
A door from the entrance hall conceals stairs which lead down to the cellar. This is excellent additional storage space.
From the entrance hall the original staircase leads to the first-floor landing.

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

BEDROOM 1
A double room with an attractive cast iron fireplace, built in shelving and a door with pretty stained-glass inserts.

BATHROOM
Stylishly fitted with a white suite of high-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and deep, roll top bath with central mixer taps and a handheld shower attachment. Half height, painted tongue and groove panelling, pretty cast-iron fireplace and attractive stained glass windows. Stripped wooden floorboards and a cupboard housing a wall mounted, gas fired Worcester boiler for central heating and hot water as well as providing additional storage space.

BEDROOM 2
A light and airy double room with a deep sash window overlooking adjoining gardens. Original cast iron fireplace. Central ceiling rose and television point.

BEDROOM 3
The main bedroom of the house, this is of a very good size with two deep sash windows overlooking Wyndham Road. Impressive cast iron fireplace with marble surround, central ceiling rose and door to:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
This is well fitted with a traditional suite of high-level WC, wash hand basin with towel rail and large walk in shower.

From the first-floor landing stairs lead up to the second floor which is lit by a large Velux roof light and has a useful built in storage cupboard.

FAMILY BATHROOM
With a wooden door with pretty stained-glass inserts, chequer board floor and freestanding roll top bath. Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail and half height painted tongue and groove panelling.

BEDROOM 4
With a window overlooking adjoining gardens, eaves storage space.

BEDROOM 5
A charming room set into the eaves of the property with a conservation roof light, eaves storage space and an arch topped window with some far-reaching view to The Cathedral and countryside beyond. Pretty cast-iron fireplace.

OUTSIDE
To the rear of the property is an attractive garden with an area of patio closest to the house, ideal for sitting out. There are some mature trees and shrubs giving year round interest. There is access around the side of the property back to Wyndham Road, an outside tap and external lighting. At the rear of the garden is a single garage with an electric roller door opening onto Kings Road and some eaves storage space. Concertina doors open into the car port which is adjacent and also has an electric roller door. This is a useful sheltered area which could be used as a loggia if required. External power supply.

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

TENURE
Freehold

COUNCIL TAX
Band E. Charge for 2019/2020 – £2,378.46

POST CODE
SP1 3AB

BROADBAND
BT.com suggests that maximum speeds of 300Mb are available with Ultrafast Fibre 250 broadband through BT.

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

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Our Reference: 18205.200221

Get in touch

Estate Agents Salisbury Myddelton Major
Salisbury Office
49 High Street
Salisbury
Wiltshire
SP1 2PD

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