West Street, Wilton, Salisbury


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
4 reception rooms

Kitchen/breakfast room

Cloakroom and utility

Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom

3 Further bedrooms and family bathroom


Garden and roof terrace

Originally built in the mid-1700s, this Grade II listed property, in need of some modernisation, retains many period features including exposed beams, sash windows and open fireplaces. The extensive ground floor accommodation has good size rooms with many opening out onto the garden. To the rear of the house is a large drawing room with two set of French windows opening out onto the terrace and an open fireplace. There is a good sized dining room, a sitting room which has an attractive bay window with an open fireplace, and a library/study with views across the rear garden. The kitchen has a good range of fitted cupboards with a Rayburn and space for a table and chairs. There is also a large cloakroom and utility.

On the first floor is the bay windowed master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a large en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Wilton is a very pretty and active market town situated to the west of Salisbury and has a comprehensive range of shops and facilities, including a local market, deli, baker, convenience stores, pubs and restaurants, pharmacy, bank and post office, dentists and doctors' surgeries, a Community Centre and the Michael Herbert Hall. There is also the Wilton Shopping Village with a range of shops in an attractive courtyard setting. Both Bath and Salisbury offer a wider range of shopping and cultural activities.

Road and rail communications are excellent. The A303 is approximately 7 miles to the north, providing quick access to the M3 to the east and to the West Country. Regular rail services operate from Salisbury, with mainline services to London Waterloo from 85 minutes.

The area is also renowned for its excellent schooling, all within easy reach. The Salisbury schools include Godolphin, Chafyn Grove and the boys' and girls' grammar schools. Further afield are Port Regis, Sandroyd, Hazelgrove, Clayesmore, Canford and Sherborne, Bryanston and St Mary's Shaftesbury.

There are plenty of sporting facilities in the area, including racing at Salisbury and Wincanton and golf at Rushmore and South West Wilts. It also offers excellent shooting and fishing.

The property uses its corner location to maximum effect with a large detached garage. The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with a paved terrace adjacent to the house. There is a large roof top terrace with both internal and external access.

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