Guilder Lane, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Charming town house, full of character and with a lovely garden, located in the heart of the city and offered in excellent order throughout. ** PERIOD FEATURES ** THREE BEDROOMS ** NO ONWARD CHAIN ** MUST BE SEEN **


From our office in Castle Street proceed towards the city centre, bearing left into Blue Boar Row. Keep left into Winchester Street, where Guilder Lane is the second turning on the right.


A rare opportunity to purchase a three storey townhouse, dating from approximately 1450, full of period features such as exposed timbers. There is a lovely cottage garden, Cathedral views, wooden flooring and sash windows. There is a wood-burning stove in the sitting room and gas central heating by radiators. The kitchen has an excellent range of units with wooden worktops and space for a table and chairs. On the first floor there is a really good sized family bathroom and a shower room on the top floor. Guilder Lane is a historic street in the centre of the city and within the original Chequer street layout of Salisbury. Shops are a short, level walk away as is the Cathedral. There is an excellent range of educational and leisure facilities as well as a mainline railway station with trains to London Waterloo.

House Specifics

The accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate:

Wooden front door to:

Sitting room

5.05m x 3.12m (16'6 x 10'2 )

Oak floor, fireplace with exposed brick chimney breast and inset Clearview wood-burning stove, exposed beams, secondary glazed sash window to front elevation, glazed door to garden, stairs to first floor. Two openings to:


5.05m x 2.53m (16'6 x 8'3 )

Range of Shaker-style cream-fronted base and wall units with timber work surfaces over, space for cooker, inset sink with mixer tap over, appliance space, oak flooring, part tiled walls and space for table and chairs.


Low level WC and wash-hand basin with cupboard below, wall mounted gas fired Worcester boiler for heating and hot water, space and plumbing for washing machine.

First floor - landing

Two windows to rear, doorway leading to staircase to first floor, exposed beams, Velux window, understairs cupboard.

Bedroom two

3.76m max x 3.29m (12'4 max x 10'9 )

Secondary glazed window to front elevation.

Bedroom three

2.98m x 2.17m (9'9 x 7'1 )

Exposed floorboards.


White suite of low level WC, wash-hand basin and timber panelled bath with shower over. Exposed floorboards, secondary glazed window to front elevation. Exposed timbers.

Second floor - landing area

With access to bedroom and en-suite shower room.

Bedroom one

5.14m x 2.96m (16'10 x 9'8 )

Array of exposed beams, eaves storage area, two Velux windows.

En-suite shower room

White suite of corner shower cubicle with thermostatic shower, low level WC and corner wash-hand basin. Exposed timbers, heated towel rail.


A delightful cottage-style garden lies to the rear with well stocked flowerbeds, shrubs and climbing plants. Covered log store and small shed. Paths and sitting areas, westerly aspect.


Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.


The property is Grade II listed.


The Council Tax Band is C and the payment for the year 2019/2020 payable to Wiltshire Council is £1729.79.

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