Wellington, Lower Road

Sold STC
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
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Property Summary

Wellington is a most interesting and deceptively large home with great charm and character. The property is made up partly of a cob cottage c1850 as well as a 1920’s element with more recent changes and additions. The result is a very adaptable four double bedroom home. Accommodation comprises entrance hall, two reception rooms, 5.45m kitchen /dining room, 5.2m double glazed conservatory with bi-fold doors, utility room, ground floor shower room, four double bedrooms and first floor bathroom. Outside Wellington has attractive gardens, predominantly on two sides with a Southerly and Westerly aspect with a range of ‘areas’ and outbuildings. Wellington also has a single garage and useful additional area of land (accessed via Locks Lane). Situated in the village of Quidhampton the house has some lovely countryside views and walks yet provides easy access to Salisbury city centre, railway station and Wilton. The village has a popular public house, village hall and play park with popular schools close by.



Proceed to Quidhampton where Wellington can be found just off Lower Road near the village hall.

Full Details

Entrance Hall
Stairs to first floor with open area under stairs. Radiator. Stripped floorboards.

Reception Room
Double glazed window to front aspect. Open fireplace with wooden surround. Built in corner desk and shelving, stripped floorboards and picture rail.

Inner Hall
Tiled floor.

Sitting Room (3.9m x 3.6m max)
Feature wooden panelling, open fireplace with wooden mantle, picture rail and original door. Double glazed window to rear aspect. Large original fitted cupboard, Double radiator.

Kitchen/Diner (5.45m x 3.75m)
Bespoke solid American Oak wall and base units with oak worksurface over. Inset 1 ¼ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Fitted gas hob, eye level double oven, integral fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Tiled splashbacks. Dining area with space for dining table, double radiator, log burner (potentially available). Windows to front, side and rear. Inset ceiling spotlights. Feature Mexican salltio tiled flooring. Double glazed double doors to:

Conservatory (5.2m x 3.4m)
Double glazed elevations and roof with bi-fold doors to rear overlooking the rear garden and open views beyond. Tiled floor with underfloor heating. Wall lights and power.

Utility Room (2m x 2m)
Inset ceramic sink unit with mixer tap. Plumbing and space for washing machine. Full height storage cupboard and shelving. Space for further appliances/coat storage. Tiled floor.

Shower Room (3m x 1.7m)
White concealed cistern WC, vanity basin with feature wooden counter and walk-in shower enclosure with thermostatic control. Heated towel rail and radiator. Windows to side and rear aspect and additional velux window. Tiled walls and floor.

Double glazed window to side. Substantial full height linen cupboard.

Bedroom Two (3.91m x 3.75m)
Feature arched double glazed window to front. Feature cast iron fireplace. Double radiator, picture rail.

Bedroom Three (2.55m x 3.20m)
Double glazed window to side with pleasant tree-filled views. Radiator. Feature panelling.

Bedroom Four (3m x 3m)
Feature arch double glazed window to rear. Feature cast iron fireplace. Understair storage area.

Bathroom (2.45m x 1.9m)
White push button WC, vanity basin with tiled counters and freestanding bath with mixer tap/shower attachments. Feature wooden panelling. Obscure double glazed windows. Wooden laminate flooring.

Second Floor

Bedroom One (4m x 5.3m)
Velux windows to front, side and rear with views. Low level eaves storage and built in wardrobe. Wall light. Double radiator.

To the front is a flower bed and pedestrian path to Lower Road. The path continues to the side of the house leading to a pedestrian gate to the garden. (N.B. Buyers should be aware that the property only has pedestrian rights to the front).
Immediately outside the conservatory is a shaped area of decking which leads to the side pedestrian access, steps down to a front area of lawn with a huge array of mature planting and garden pond.
To the side of the house is a lean-to greenhouse/workshop (3.8m x 2.3m) with glazed elevations and roof. Beyond is a substantial vegetable/fruit garden with mature greengage, plum, damson and apple trees. Range of three outbuildings (3m x 2m), (3m x 1.6m), (4.6m x 2m). Right of way to:
Garage – Up and over door. Wellington also owns a deceptively large area of land adjacent to the vehicular access to the garage. Currently including a fallow vegetable plot, the area could provide space for additional parking for several cars if required.