Myddelton & Major are pleased to offer for sale 119 Harnham Road, Salisbury, a substantial, semi-detached, period property with versatile living accommodation located within walking distance of the city centre.
Associate Partner Sarah Cull said: “Number 119 Harnham Road has a guide price of £590,000 and is situated in the ever popular residential area of Harnham, which lies on the southern side of the city.
“This imposing semi-detached, Victorian house has been in the same occupation for over 30 years.
“All of the rooms are of good proportions with impressive ceiling heights and there are numerous period features remaining such as picture rails, original plasterwork, deep skirting boards and some sash windows.”
The house is approached either from Folkestone Road or from the Harnham Road via steps which lead up to the sheltered front door. This is part glazed and opens into the entrance hall, a welcoming space with the original plaster arch and corbels.
The dining room is a good-sized reception room with an attractive bay window overlooking the front garden.
There is a period fireplace with a tiled surround and a wooden mantel shelf.
The sitting room is a light room with a wide, square bay window overlooking
the side garden. There is an attractive fireplace with a tiled insert and wooden surround and mantelpiece with a gas fired ‘log burner’ set onto a stone hearth.
The kitchen/breakfast room is another light room overlooking the side garden.
This is fitted with a good range of high and low level storage units with a built in, Whirlpool, electric double oven, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a tall fridge/freezer.
A worktop incorporates a stainless-steel sink and drainer unit (with mixer tap over) and a four ring, Belling gas hob (with extractor hood over).
There is also under-unit lighting, tiled splashbacks, a door to the rear garden and ample space for a breakfast table.
The rear lobby has a hatch to a small loft space and a door to the cloak/laundry room. This is fitted with a low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin and there is also space and plumbing for a washing machine.
From the entrance hall, stairs lead up to the first-floor landing.
Bedroom one is a double, south-facing bedroom overlooking the garden, Folkestone Road and up towards Harnham Slope, with a built-in double wardrobe.
The bathroom is fitted with a coloured suite of low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and bath with mixer shower over.
Bedroom two is another double room, this time with a square bay window and extensive wardrobes. A door leads to the en suite shower room which is fitted with a white suite of low-level WC, wash hand basin with storage beneath and an enclosed shower cubicle with mixer shower.
Bedroom three is currently used as the principal bedroom and is of generous proportions with a good view of Salisbury Cathedral spire.
There are also two wall light points and an extensive range of built-in wardrobes.
From the first-floor landing, stairs lead to the second floor which has space for some furniture and is lit by a Velux roof-light.
Bedroom four is another generous double bedroom, this time with a slightly sloping ceiling and attractive views over Folkestone Road towards Harnham Slope.
Bedroom five is also a very good size bedroom with far reaching views towards Salisbury Cathedral spire, Old Sarum and beyond. It also has a pretty cast iron fireplace and an excellent range of built in storage.
Outside, the property has gardens on three sides which are laid predominately to lawn with edging beds filled with a variety of spring bulbs, evergreens and flowering plants and shrubs along with Clematis and prolific roses.
There is a sheltered loggia area for dining alfresco, a vegetable plot, sheltered bin area and outside tap and greenhouse.
At the rear of the garden is a detached building housing a tandem garage with up and over door, electric light and power and measuring 28’4″ x 9’4″.
There is also a separate workshop measuring 27’11” x 6’5″, which also has electric light and power.
The property is well placed for access to the city centre and walks along Harnham Slope and through the countryside beyond.
Within Harnham itself there is a good range of day to day facilities including a post office with convenience store, two hotels with restaurants, tennis courts, a primary school and several churches, clubs and societies.
There is a pleasant walk through the world-famous Cathedral Close to the centre of the city which hosts a good range of educational, leisure, cultural and shopping facilities and also has the mainline station with London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes).
Salisbury also supports a well thought of playhouse and twice weekly charter market and there are regular bus services from Harnham to both the city centre and nearby Salisbury District Hospital.