Harnham Road, Salisbury

£575,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
An impressive, 2/3 bedroom light and airy first floor apartment (measuring 1,710sq ft), located in a converted Edwardian building with attractive, far-reaching views, a garage and lift access.

Entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, dining room, utility room, study, airing cupboard/linen room, two double bedrooms, two en suite bath/shower rooms, cloakroom. Communal drive and parking, single garage, lift access and communal grounds.

Hazelmere House is an imposing Edwardian building, sympathetically extended and converted into just six large apartments in 1999, with communal gardens and grounds that extend to approximately one acre in total. These lead down to the River Nadder, with attractive views of the water meadows and the Cathedral Close beyond. No. 4 is located on the first floor, with lift access, and provides well-proportioned and presented, light and airy accommodation with good ceiling heights and attractive period features such as sash windows, panelled doors, detailed cornicing, plaster ceiling roses and deep skirting boards. The property also benefits from a single garage in an adjoining block with a communal driveway and parking area, with electric gates separating the developments from the road.

Hazelmere House is located in the popular residential suburb of Harnham, and is well set back from Harnham Road, with the city centre of Salisbury within an easy walk through the Cathedral Close. Salisbury benefits from a wide range of amenities - cultural, shopping, leisure and educational; in addition, there is a twice-weekly charter market, a well thought of Playhouse, and a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). Within Harnham itself are a further range of amenities including a corner shop within a short, level walk, three public houses, a convenience store with post office, two churches, a fish and chip shop, infant school and junior school. There are also regular bus services into the city centre and Salisbury has recently been voted as the best place to live by The Sunday Times.

The communal front door leads into a large and well-kept communal area, with both stairs and a lift to the first floor. From here the front door of the apartment opens into the:

ENTRANCE HALL

This is welcoming and spacious, with room for some pieces of furniture, and doors to the majority of the accommodation.

SITTING ROOM

Of a good size and with glazed double doors (with matching windows to both sides), leading to the balcony. This has space for a table and chairs with attractive, far reaching views of both the communal grounds, the River Nadder, water meadows and the Cathedral

Close beyond. A gas fire is set into a stone fireplace, hearth and surround. Sash window to the side, television and telephone points.

DINING ROOM

With space for a dining table and associated furniture, with a double-glazed window to the side, television and telephone points. It is felt this could be used as a third bedroom if required.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM

This has been very well fitted with a good range of stone worktops incorporating a composite 1 bowl sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above), matching island and wooden high and low level storage units. Bosch four ring induction hob (with extractor hood above), eye-line, electric double ovens, slimline dishwasher and Hotpoint built-in fridge. Tiled floor, tiled splashbacks, under-unit lighting, three windows to the front and television and telephone points.

UTILITY ROOM

Fitted with stone effect worktops incorporating a 1 bowl composite sink and drainer unit (with a mixer tap above) and wooden high and low level storage units. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and a free-standing freezer, linoleum floor, tiled splashbacks and extractor fan.

BEDROOM 1

Being the principal bedroom, this is a very good sized and light double room with a sash bay window overlooking the communal gardens, River Nadder, water meadows and the Cathedral Close beyond. Extensive range of built in wardrobes and drawers, and a door to the:

ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM

Fitted with a white suite of tiled shower cubicle and a vanity unit containing a concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin and cupboards. Half-height tiled walls, ladder style towel radiator, sash window to the rear and extractor fan.

BEDROOM 2

A further double room with two sash windows to the front, built in wardrobes, television point and a door to the:

ENSUITE BATHROOM

Fitted with a white suite of panelled bath (with a mixer tap above), separate tiled shower cubicle and a vanity unit with a concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin and cupboards. Ladder style towel radiator, tiled splashbacks, sash window to the side and extractor fan.

STUDY

With space for a desk and associated furniture. Window to the side and telephone point.

CLOAKROOM

Also fitted with a white suite of WC and wash hand basin. Decoratively tiled splashbacks and extractor fan.

AIRING CUPBOARD/LINEN ROOM

Fitted with a matching worktop and high and low level storage units to the utility room and with a Oso unvented hot water cylinder. Slatted shelving and linoleum flooring.

OUTSIDE

Electric gates separate the property from Harnham Road, a tarmac driveway leads both to the garages and to the parking and turning area. To the front of Hazelmere House is an impressive cedar tree and an area of lawn, with access down both sides of the building to the rear communal gardens. Here there are mature flower beds and shrubs with a gently sloping lawn which leads down to the River Nadder, and unspoilt, far reaching views towards the water meadows and the Cathedral Close beyond. The area has a multitude of wildlife, whilst livestock graze on the water meadows. In total the grounds extend to approximately one acre.

GARAGE

A single garage with up and over door, electric power and light.

SERVICES

Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available. Communal gas fired boiler for the domestic hot water and heating.

TENURE

Share of Freehold. 999 years from 20th December 1999.

OUTGOINGS

Service Charge: £4,366 for the period 01/01/2019 - 31/12/2019. (Payable in two instalments)

Ground Rent: £150 per annum

COUNCIL TAX

Band G. Charge for 2019/2020 - £3,243.35

POST CODE

SP2 8JN

BROADBAND

BT.com suggests that maximum speeds of 50Mb are available with superfast fibre 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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