St Marks Avenue, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A fascinating and unspoilt 1930's house with a large garden.

Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room, three bedrooms, bathroom, WC, central heating, garage, gardens.

Built in the 1930 s in the arts and craft style, 95 St Marks Avenue is a spacious, light and airy, detached house which has the potential to be much improved by a purchaser, and currently retains much of the original charm, which has been mixed with more modern conveniences. In recent years the property has been re-wired and re-plumbed, new oak doors and gas fired central heating have been installed but there is scope for further updating, if required. Many of the original period features remain, such as the windows and doors on the rear elevation, fireplaces, picture rails and the original staircase. To the rear of the property there is a very large garden (the whole plot measures about 0.3 of an acre) and planning permission has previously been granted for a substantial further extension, although this is now lapsed.

St Marks Avenue is a wide residential road on the northern edge of the cathedral city of Salisbury which has a good range of facilities nearby including Marks & Spencer Simply Food, a children s nursery and Parkwood Leisure on the London Road. The centre of Salisbury is close at hand with its excellent range of shopping, educational, leisure and cultural facilities, as well as the twice weekly market and mainline station with trains to London Waterloo, journey time approximately 90 minutes. The area is also served with a wide range of both private and state schools. Salisbury has also recently been voted by The Sunday Times as the best place to live.

The original, solid wooden front door opens into the:-


Wide and welcoming with an oak floor (which continues into the sitting room, dining room and cloakroom) and useful understairs storage cupboard. Stairs to the first floor landing. Telephone point.


Whilst currently used as a ground floor bedroom, this is a good sized room with windows on two sides, one of which is a wide bay window and an open fire with brick surround and tiled hearth. Hatch to the kitchen, oak flooring and painted ceiling beams.


Irregular in shape, with a wide bay window which could house a breakfast table, if required, and which overlooks the garden. This room has been fitted with a good range of high and low level, wooden fronted storage units, incorporating a built in, Lamona, electric double oven and with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tall fridge/freezer. The work top incorporates a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above) and a Candy four ring, gas fired hob (with extractor hood above). An attractive arched door opens onto the garden and there is a wall mounted, gas fired Glow-Worm Ultracom 30sxi boiler for central heating and hot water. Tiled floor.


Fitted with a low level WC and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail and a window to the garden.


Currently used as a studio, this is a well proportioned and bright room with views towards Laverstock Downs from a wide bay window. Attractive stone fireplace with windows to either side, picture rails and original French doors which open onto the gardens.

From the entrance hall the original staircase leads to the first floor landing which is galleried, light and spacious with plenty of room for furniture and has far reaching views. A cupboard houses a pressurised hot water tank, access hatch to the loft space and doors to all of the first floor accommodation. Telephone point.

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


A spacious double bedroom with a good range of built in storage units, picture rails and attractive views.


A double room at the rear of the property, with a window overlooking the garden.


Fitted with a white suite of WC and corner wash hand basin (with a mixer tap above). Heated towel rail.


Fitted with a white suite of deep bath (with a wall mounted, mixer shower and mixer tap with handheld shower attachment above) and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail, half height tiling, window overlooking the garden and built in storage cupboard.


The principal bedroom, this is a well proportioned double bedroom that has views down the rear garden and also over to Laverstock Downs. There is a good range of built in storage and a television point.


To the front of the property is an area of lawn which has paths on either side to the front door and access on one side to the rear garden. There is an area of off street parking (for up to three cars) which leads to the single garage, which measures approximately 18ft x 9 5ft (external measurements). The rear garden is of a very good size and is laid predominantly to lawn with mature shrubs, plants and productive apple trees, with space for a vegetable plot, if required. There is an attractive summer house to one end, an area of patio, ideal for sitting out, immediately to the rear of the house, timber garden shed and a bin store.


Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.

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


Band: F Charge for 2019/2020: £2,810.91.




SP1 3DW.


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: 17554.190628

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Myddelton & Major

49 High Street, Salisbury

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