167 Castle Road, Salisbury

£339,950
Sold STC
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
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Property Summary

A substantial and well presented semi-detached home occupying a particularly generous plot with rear vehicular access. 167 Castle Road is a classic 1930’s style home within a perennially sought after location. The property has been improved significantly by its current owner including an electrical re-wire, gas central heating system and double glazing, yet still offers a huge amount of potential (particularly for an extension – subject to planning). Buyers will note the property benefits from a 6.3m open plan kitchen/dining room overlooking the rear garden, cloakroom, and good size family bathroom. To the rear of the house is a good size garden with vehicular access provided by a private drive (last property). There is a great level of off road parking and scope to construct a garage etc (subject to planning). The location is so convenient for numerous local amenities such as popular schools, convenience shop, church, and park. 167 Castle Road is also within walking distance of the city centre and on a bus route.

 

Directions

From the city centre, proceed to Castle Road passing St Francis Road on your right. Number 167 can be found on your right hand side as you approach the mini roundabout. The entrance to the access track can be found a little further along Castle Road on your right as indicated with a yellow box junction.

Full Details

Entrance Porch
Double glazed front door.

Entrance Hall
Generous and welcoming space with stairs to first floor, radiator, double glazed window to side and exposed wooden paneling. Door to:

Cloakroom
Low level WC and wash hand basin. Tiled floor, radiator, obscure double glazed window and understair recess.

Sitting Room 3.75m/12’3” x 3.65m/12’0”
Double glazed window to front aspect. Living flame gas fire with polished granite effect surround and hearth. Radiator, picture rail, television aerial and telephone point.

Kitchen/Dining Room 6.3m/20’7” x 4.25m/14’0” reducing to 2.95m/9’7”
Lovely open plan and family friendly space overlooking the rear garden.
Dining Area – Double glazed doors to rear garden. Fireplace recess with granite hearth. Radiator, television aerial and telephone point.

Kitchen Area – Refitted gloss wall and base units with granite worksurface over. Inset 1 ¼ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Space for range style cooker and fridge/freezer. Integral dishwasher. Twin double glazed windows to side aspect, tiled floor and ceiling spotlights.

Utility Porch 3.15m/10’3” x 0.9m/3’0”
Double glazed door to rear and double glazed window to side. Plumbing and space for washing machine with worksurface over. Wall mounted Vaillant gas boiler, radiator and tiled floor.

First Floor Landing
Double glazed window to side aspect. Drop down loft ladder to substantially boarded loft offering generous storage (with potential to convert subject to planning permission).

Bedroom One 4.15m/13’6” x 3.65m/12’0”
Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Radiator and TV aerial point.

Bedroom Two 3.95m/13’0” x 3.65m/12’0”
Double glazed window to front aspect. Radiator, feature cast iron fireplace and picture rail.

Bedroom Three 3m/9’8” x 2.55m/8’4”
Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Radiator.

Bathroom
Refitted white suite comprising WC, pedestal basin with monoblock mixer tap, ‘shower’ style bath with mixer tap and rainfall shower head with thermostatic controls, Travertine splashbacks and flooring, heated towel rail, two obscure double glazed windows, ceiling spotlights and extractor fan.

Outside
To the front of the house are steps leading up to a pathway to front door and side, area of gravel and raised border.
The rear garden is particularly generous due to its position. Well enclosed by mature hedging and wall. Immediately outside the rear door is a paved patio area with path to side, steps lead up to a further paved area and lawn. Toward the far end of the garden is a further paved area and the remnants of a former underground shelter (NB this area holds huge potential to formalize the parking, erect a garage/car port/shed etc subject to planning). A private track provides vehicular access to the garden.