Mill Road, Salisbury

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A fashionably unmodernised period home with an abundance of period feature, off road parking and glorious views overlooking the green open spaces of Queen Elizabeth Gardens.

Entrance hall, sitting room, cloak/shower room, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen, laundry, study, four bedrooms, shower room, garden and off-street parking.

Believed to date back to the turn of the last century and forming part of a group of six almost identical houses, believed to have been built by the owner of the local mill, one each for his six daughters, No. 32 Mill Road is a substantial, detached period home situated in a very popular part of the city. Internally the rooms are of good properties with impressive ceiling heights and numerous period details remaining, such as the original doors, deep skirting boards, original plasterwork, picture rails, fireplaces etc. To the rear of the property lies a good size garden and the property also has the tremendous benefit of extremely attractive views over Elizabeth Gardens of the river, the water meadows beyond up towards Harnham Hill, and of the Cathedral spire.

Mill Road has been perennially known as one of the most popular residential addresses in Salisbury. It is located within a short, level walk of the mainline station (with trains to London Waterloo, journey time approximately 90 minutes) and has ready access to appealing walks through Constables water meadows along the town path opposite. There is also level access to the city centre and the Cathedral Close making it easy to enjoy the range of educational, leisure and shopping and cultural facilities that Salisbury has to offer. This also includes a twice weekly charter market and very well thought of Playhouse.

The house is approached from a pavioured drive which leads to the solid wooden front door with fan light above. This leads into an entrance lobby, with a cupboard concealing the electric meters, and a part-glazed door opening through to the:


Wide and welcoming with space for some pieces of furniture. Original staircase and plaster arch and corbels. Telephone point.


Of good proportions with a wide bay window overlooking Elizabeth Gardens and with a good view of the Cathedral spire. Four wall light points, built-in shelving and electric fire.


Fitted with a white suite of low-level WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle with electric Mira shower. Extractor fan, tiled flooring and ceiling spotlight.


More recently used as a ground floor bedroom, this room currently has a wash hand basin set into a vanitory unit with tiled splashbacks behind and a mirrored unit above. There are two built in storage cupboards and glazed double doors opening on to the garden.


A light room with sliding French doors to the garden, this is a very light room with an attractive, original, built in dresser and a former fireplace with wooden surround and mantelpiece. Engineered wooden flooring and door to the:


Fitted with a good range of wooden high and low level storage units with space and plumbing for a dishwasher, this room overlooks the garden and has a built in Siemens cooker and Rangemaster, four ring gas hob with extractor hood over. The worktop incorporates a stainless-steel sink and drainer unit with mixer taps over. Wall-mounted, gas fired Mynute boiler for central heating and hot water. Tiled splashbacks, under-unit lighting and door to the:


A very practical space with wall mounted shelving and space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Door to rear garden.

From the entrance hall, stairs with the original bannister and spindles leads to the first-floor landing where there is a hatch to the loft space, and space for some pieces of furniture.


With a delightful outlook over Elizabeth Gardens.


A double bedroom with an impressive period cast iron fireplace with pretty tiled slips and a wide bay window making the most the far-reaching views. Television point.


Also with an impressive fireplace, this room has two built-in wardrobes and a window overlooking the garden.


Fitted with a white suite of low-level WC with a concealed cistern and wash hand basin set into a vanitory unit with monobloc tap over. There is a large shower cubicle with mixer shower with both monsoon and handheld shower heads and a built in seat. Tiled walls, tiled flooring, heated towel rail, extractor fan and wall mounted mirror.


A generous single room with built in shelving and a cupboard concealing a lagged hot water tank and slatted shelving. Hatch to loft space.


Another double bedroom this time with a window overlooking the garden, a built-in wardrobe and attractive, period, cast iron fireplace.


The house sits behind an area of off-street parking with side access to the rear garden. There is an area of terrace closest to the house with a sheltered sitting out area whilst the remainder of the garden is laid predominately to lawn with some mature edging beds. There is a garden shed, greenhouse, summerhouse and outside tap.


Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available.




Band F. Charge for 2019/2020 - £2,810.91



BROADBAND suggests that maximum speeds of 50Mb are available with superfast fibre broadband through BT.


By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575


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Our Reference: 19031.191118

01722 238120

Myddelton & Major

49 High Street, Salisbury

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