Property SummaryA well proportioned four bedroom detached home occupying a generous plot within this particularly sought after development. 17 Viking Way has been a well loved family home, having been owned since new, however the property could now benefit from some cosmetic enhancement. The well balanced accommodation comprises entrance porch, hallway, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, utility room, four well proportioned bedrooms with built in wardrobes, two bathrooms and a cloakroom. Other benefits include a double width driveway and integral garage. One of the greatest features of the property is its generous rear garden which is well stocked and enclosed, yet holds further potential. Situated within this very popular development, 17 Viking Way overlooks a central ‘green’ where an ancient barrow can be found. Harnham is a perennially popular residential location with very popular and sought after school, public houses etc. The specific location of this property means the district hospital is within easy walking distance, but with open countryside also close by. Salisbury city centre itself is within walking distance (approx. 1 mile), a good bus service is also in operation.
Proceed to the Odstock Road following the road up the hill turning left in to Rowbarrow. Turn first left in to Viking Way. Bear left at the junction where number 17 can be found on the left.
Double glazed front door. Part glazed door to:
Stairs to the first floor with open area under. Radiator. Door to:
White WC and pedestal basin with half height tiled splashbacks. Radiator and extractor fan.
Sitting Room (5.85m x 3.55m max)
Double glazed bay window to front aspect. Double doors to dining room. Living flame gas fire with marble surround and wooden mantle. Two radiators. Television aerial and telephone point. Wall lights.
Dining Room (3.3m x 3m)
Double glazed window to rear aspect. Radiator. Wall lights.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (5.25m x 2.7m)
Matching range of wall and base units with worksurface over. Inset 1 ¼ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Inset gas hob with extractor hood, eye level double oven, plumbing and space for dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Full height broom cupboard. Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and double glazed doors to conservatory. Space for breakfast table and radiator.
Conservatory (4.65m x 2.3m)
Double glazed elevations with performance roof over. Double doors to the rear garden. Power.
Utility Room (2.65m x 1.55m)
Range of matching wall and base units with worksurface over. Inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks. Plumbing and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Radiator. Door to side and integral garage.
Integral Garage (5m x 2.7m)
Up and over door, pedestrian door to utility room. Power and light.
First Floor Landing
Access to loft space. Full height airing cupboard housing Worcester combination boiler and shelving. Radiator.
Bedroom One (3.95m x 3.6m)
Twin double glazed windows to front aspect overlooking open ‘green’ and distant views beyond. Two built in double wardrobes. Radiator and television aerial point.
En-suite – White WC, pedestal basin and tiled shower enclosure with thermostatic controls. Tiled splashbacks. Obscure double glazed window, radiator and mirror light/shower point.
Bedroom Two (3.9m x 2.65m)
Double glazed window to rear aspect overlooking the rear garden. Built in double wardrobe and radiator.
Bedroom Three (4.2m x 2.6m)
Double glazed overlooking ‘green’. Built in double wardrobe. Radiator.
Bedroom Four (3.8m x 2.4m)
Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Built in double wardrobe and radiator.
Bathroom (2.85m x 1.75m)
White suite comprising low level WC, pedestal basin and panelled bath with mixer tap and thermostatic shower over. Obscure double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, extractor fan and mirror light/shaver socket (NB The family bathroom currently has a secondary door from bedroom two which created a ‘Jack and Jill’ arrangement).
The property has a double width tarmacadum driveway providing parking for two cars and access to the garage. Pedestrian path to the side. Area of gently sloping lawn with mature hedgerow to the front and wooden fence to the side. Ornamental tree. Outside light. Viking Way is very fortunate to have a particularly generous rear garden with mature Beech trees beyond giving a great level of privacy. Immediately outside the conservatory is a semi-circular patio, a pathway leads to pedestrian access to one side with an outside tap and to a small wooden shed to the other side of the property. The main area of garden is laid to lawn and well enclosed by wooden close board fencing. There is a huge range of mature planting. Toward the far end of the garden is a further patio area.