A DETACHED CHALET STYLE HOUSE IN THIS POPULAR RESIDENTIAL AREA CLOSE TO THE TOWN AND WITH FISHING RIGHTS ON THE BANKS OF THE RIVER NADDER
DESCRIPTION: A detached chalet style house built some forty years ago of brick elevations beneath a tiled roof. The property occupies a sunny corner plot having gardens to three sides. The well proportioned accommodation includes, on the ground floor an entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor, cloakroom, sitting room, separate dining room and large kitchen / breakfast room. On the first floor and from the landing there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Gas central heating is installed and the windows and doors are double glazed. Outside the gardens wrap around three sides being highly secluded at the side and rear and there is a single garage with drive way parking for one vehicle. The residents of Saddlers Mead have a managed Residents Association and the ownership of water meadows with fishing rights on the bank of the River Nadder.
LOCATION: Saddlers Mead, a no through road, was built about forty years ago. The house is within walking distance of the town centre and the main road with a regular bus service into Salisbury some three miles away. Wilton is an historic town with an excellent range of shops, doctors’ surgeries, dental practice, pubs, churches and a weekly market. The Cathedral City has an excellent range of shops, schools, social amenities and a mainline railway station serving London Waterloo.
ENTRANCE HALL: Laminate wood flooring, staircase to first floor and radiator.
CLOAKROOM: With WC, wash hand basin and radiator.
SITTING ROOM: 4.55m x 4.13m (14′ 11" x 13′ 6") Fireplace with fitted gas coal effect fire, two wall lights, radiator and Virgin connection. Door to:
DINING ROOM: 3.06m x 2.58m (10′ 0" x 8′ 5") Double glazed sliding door to the rear garden, wood flooring and radiator. Door way to:
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 3.47m x 2.62m (11′ 4" x 8′ 7") Fitted with wooden work tops with base cupboards and drawers beneath, space and plumbing for washing machine, free standing electric cooker, Belfast stoneware sink, wall cupboard housing a Worcester gas fired boiler, fitted freestanding furniture to remain, deep larder cupboard, radiator, wood flooring and door to garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING: Hatch to loft.
BEDROOM 1: 4.96m x 2.64m (16′ 3" x 8′ 7") At the rear of the property and with a deep wardrobe, deep shelved airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder, part sloping ceiling and radiator.
BEDROOM 2: 3.64m x 3.47m (11′ 11" x 11′ 4") At the front of the property, over stair cupboard, radiator and part sloping ceiling.
BEDROOM 3: 2.66m x 2.54m (8′ 8" x 8′ 3") Double aspect with windows to front and side with restricted view, radiator.
BATHROOM: Fitted with a white suite comprising a panelled bath with electric shower over and side screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, tiled walls and chrome towel radiator.
OUTSIDE: At the front of the property there is an open plan lawned garden with shrubs and pedestrian footpath to the front door with side gate continuing into the rear garden. At the rear and side the garden is secluded having high fencing and a sunny southerly aspect. It is laid to lawn with a rose/shrub bed and circular patio. There is gate way access to the drive and also a pedestrian door into the GARAGE 7.03m x 2.51m (23′ 0" x 8′ 2"). It has an electronic door and electric light and power. There is driveway parking in front of the garage for one vehicle.
SERVICES: All mains services are connected to the property.
COUNCIL TAX: Band E £2,197.34