Originally built in the 1930s, Fairholme has the benefit of DETAILED PLANNING PERMISSION FOR A SUBSTANTIAL EXTENSION to create a superb kitchen/family room and 4 large first floor bedrooms. The iconic spire of Salisbury Cathedral is visible from Bedroom 2.
Traditionally built, with facing brick elevations and prominent bay windows under a ridged roof of small clay tiles (with a brick chimney,) the property is connected to all mains services and has gas central heating and UPVC double glazed windows.
Fairholme has a long entrance hall and a ground floor cloakroom. The sitting room has an attractive bay window and a fireplace with an inset wood-burning stove. The spacious dining room, to the rear, has an attractive bay window, casement doors to the terrace and garden, and a fireplace with a wood burning stove, and the kitchen has a range cooker and a door to a conservatory.
There are 3 large double bedrooms on the first floor, along with a bath/shower room and a separate WC.
The house benefits from an attached single garage and off road parking to the front, and the large rear garden (approximately 80ft in length) backs onto Harnham Recreation Ground, from which there is an attractive walk along the Town Path to Queen Elizabeth Gardens in the city centre.
Directions: From Blandford, take the A354 to Salisbury. As you enter Salisbury, turn left into Old Blandford Road and proceed to the 'T-junction. Turn left into Harnham Road (A3094) and St Marys Road can be found on the right hand side, just before the recreation ground.
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Rating: D
Viewing: By prior arrangement through CHRISTOPHER BATTEN