320 Devizes Road, Salisbury

Sold STC
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
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Property Summary

An attractive and surprisingly substantial semi-detached house with particularly attractive gardens and views. 320 Devizes Road is an extended character home with an array of useful features as well as a great deal of potential (subject to planning). The house is offered for sale in general good order throughout with double glazing and gas heating and has benefited from a substantial ground floor extension and conservatory. On the first floor are three good size bedrooms and bathroom with walk-in shower. Outside 320 Devizes Road has a truly spectacular garden, only appreciated by a visit, extending to around 200 foot in length the garden has numerous areas including vegetable plots with substantial greenhouse, mature fruit trees and ornamental planting. The garden also has a lovely aspect over a wooded copse area with views toward Old Sarum beyond. This is a rare opportunity to acquire such a property and garden with so much potential.



From St Pauls roundabout proceed on to Devizes Road, go straight over the mini roundabout and number 320 can be found on the right hand side between the entrance to Harper Road and Roman Road.

Full Details

Entrance Porch
Part glazed door to:

Entrance Hall
Stairs to the first floor with open area under. Feature archway, radiator, telephone point and laminate flooring. Stripped wooden door to:

Sitting Room 4.6m x 3.75m max
Double glazed bay window to front aspect. Attractive open fireplace with tiled surround and wooden mantle. Picture rail, television aerial point and radiator.

Study 4.6m x 2.55m
Double glazed window to rear with attractive view over courtyard area. Living flame fire with tiled surround and wooden mantle. Range of fitted book shelves, picture rail, radiator and laminate flooring.

Kitchen 3.10m x 3m
Matching range of wall and base units with worksurface over. Space for range style cooker, dishwasher and serving fridge. Inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, tiled walls. Wall mounted Worcester gas boiler, double glazed window to side and tiled floor. Archway to:

Dining Room 4.65m x 2.55m
Double glazed doors to conservatory. Built in double width storage cupboard, radiator and tiled flooring. Door to:

Utility Room 2.75m x 1.65m
Attractive solid wood unit with inset Belfast sink and mixer tap. Space for washing machine and fridge/freezer. Tiled splashbacks and floor, double glazed window to side and door to courtyard. Door to:

Low level WC and wash hand basin. Radiator, obscure double glazed window and tiled floor.

Conservatory 3.9m x 2.8m
Double glazed construction with tiled floor giving lovely views over the garden. Double doors to side. Radiator.

First Floor Landing
Access to loft space (with scope for conversion, subject to planning consent).

Bedroom One 5m x 3.5m
Hugely impressive room with double glazed bay window to front aspect. Secondary double glazed window to front. Radiator and stripped floorboards.

Bedroom Two 3.3m x 3m
Double glazed window to rear aspect. Twin double wardrobes with high level cupboards over. Radiator and laminate flooring.

Bedroom Three 3.2m x 3m
Double glazed window to rear with lovely views over the garden toward Old Sarum. Built in double wardrobe with range of high level cupboards. Radiator and laminate flooring.

Re-fitted white suite comprising WC, vanity basin with mixer tap and double width shower enclosure with thermostatic controls. Tiled splashbacks and floor. Heated towel rail, obscure double glazed window and wall cupboard.

To the front of the house is an attractive planted area enclosed by mid-height brick wall. Pathway to front door and side. The rear garden is a true delight and can only be fully appreciated by a viewing. Immediately outside the conservatory is a paved area which stretches to the side of the house, steps lead down to a lower paved section where access to a low level storage area/cellar can be found. A pathway then leads past an array of well stocked borders with a huge variety of ornamental planting. The pathway continues past a lawned area with mature fruit trees to a vegetable garden with several plots and further fruit trees, substantial garden shed and greenhouse. Toward the far end of the garden is a further paved seating area providing a lovely spot to enjoy the view toward Old Sarum castle, well enclosed by a block wall.