43 Pauls Dene
Property SummaryAn extended and greatly improved bungalow backing on to open downland in one of Salisbury’s most sought after residential locations. 43 Pauls Dene Crescent is an extremely deceptive property having been extended – the accommodation is far greater than one may first think. Offered in excellent order throughout the property has been greatly improved by its current owners with a recently installed gas heating system, double glazing, modern kitchen and bathroom fittings, double glazed conservatory and recently landscaped rear garden. Accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge/dining room, modern kitchen with integral appliances, substantial double glazed conservatory, utility room, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two further bedrooms and shower room. Outside 43 Pauls Dene Crescent has a lovely front garden, expansive driveway providing parking for three cars comfortably, garage (with rear section converted in to a home office/study) and attractive and private rear garden. The location is excellent with open downland to the rear and several amenities (including sought-after schools and convenience shop) close by and the city centre within easy striking distance. This is a great opportunity to buy a modernised, well maintained and manageable bungalow within such a fantastic location.
Proceed to the Castle Road turning right at the mini roundabout in to St Francis Road. Follow this road up the hill and continue as it turns into Pauls Dene Crescent. No 43 can be found on your right hand side a short distance after the road bends to the left.
Double glazed front door. Double width coat cupboard and three full height storage/linen cupboards. Access to fully boarded loft space containing recently fitted gas combination boiler. Radiator and laminate flooring.
Lounge/Dining Room (6.7m x 4.3m L-Shaped)
Double glazed picture window to front and window to rear aspect. Feature fireplace, two radiators, wall lights and inset ceiling spotlights. Laminate flooring.
Kitchen (3.5m x 2.6m)
Matching gloss fronted shaker style wall and base units with work surface over. Inset ceramic sink unit with mixer tap. Fitted electric hob, extractor fan and double oven. Integral dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Glazed splashbacks, ceiling spotlights and laminate flooring. Door to:
Conservatory (5m x 4m max)
Quality double glazed structure over low level wall with double doors to the rear garden. Power, light, double radiator and tiled floor. Door to:
Utility Room (1.76m x 1.82m)
Plumbing and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Worksurface and fitted units. Window to rear garden.
Bedroom One (4.6m x 2.95m)
Double glazed window to side aspect. Radiator and laminate flooring. En-Suite Bathroom – Refitted white WC, pedestal basin and panelled bath with electric shower over and wet-wall splashbacks. Heated towel rail, extractor fan, shaver point and obscure double glazed window.
Bedroom Two (3.3m x 2.8m)
Double glazed window to side aspect. Radiator and laminate flooring.
Bedroom Three (3.15m x 2.15m)
Double glazed window to front aspect. Radiator and laminate flooring.
Re-fitted white suite comprising WC, pedestal basin and walk-in shower enclosure with thermostatic controls and soaker head. Wet-wall splashbacks, tiled walls and floor. Heated towel rail, extractor fan, ceiling spotlights and obscure double glazed window.
To the front of the bungalow is a well stocked mature border with tarmacadam driveway/turning area providing parking for 3-4 cars. Pedestrian access to the rear garden and outside light.
The garage has been split in to two sections but could be re-instated. Up and over door to storage area (2.85m x 2.85m) with loft storage, power and light. From the rear garden a pedestrian door leads to a study/workshop (2.85m x 2.3m) with power and light.
The rear garden is very well enclosed and private. Immediately outside the conservatory is a paved patio area which stretches to one side of the conservatory and also provides pedestrian access to the side. Beyond is a generous area of flat, artificial lawn with steps leading past a railway sleeper retaining wall/raised flower bed up to a level area of garden currently laid to Cotswold chippings for low maintenance. Outside tap and light.