Sarum House, Old Castle Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Drawing room | Dining/family room

Kitchen/breakfast room

Utility & Cloakroom

Principal bedroom with en suite shower room

2 Further bedrooms

Family bathroom

1-Bed annexe

Shed & Bike shed

Off-road parking


Sarum House offers over 2300 sq. ft of light, airy and well-proportioned accommodation, with the adjoining annexe adding an additional 454 sq. ft and providing versatility and a host of inspiring options.

From the entrance vestibule double doors open to the generous reception hall. The neutral décor throughout provides a sense of calm with an elegant drawing room extending into a bay alcove and offering seating centred around a fireplace. French doors provide a link to a paved terrace and this pleasant outdoor setting is also accessible via two sets of doors from the adjacent dining/family room. This additional reception area features exposed beams and an attractive fireplace, providing the perfect space to host family and friends. The kitchen is fitted with modern cabinetry, integrated appliances and stone worksurfaces and has an arched aperture leading to a breakfast area. There is also a useful utility area.

Passing the arched feature window, the staircase rises to the first floor accommodation which comprises three bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom. The principal room offers a dressing area fitted with extensive wardrobes and access to a stylish en suite shower room.

The annexe accommodation provides a sitting room, kitchen, bedroom with dressing room, and a shower room.

The property is situated on the northern fringes of the Cathedral City of Salisbury, within easy reach of an excellent range of amenities, including high-street shops, supermarkets, restaurants and bars, along with a leisure centre, cinema and theatre. Well-regarded schooling locally includes Chafyn Grove, Cathedral School, Leehurst Swan and Godolphin along with Bishop Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar schools. Salisbury has a main line railway station and offers a direct train service to London Waterloo and the West Country and the A303 provides access to the southwest and to London via the M3.

With an impressive outlook across the valley and to Old Sarum, an iron Age hill fort once the site of the original Cathedral, the property occupies an elevated position with thoughtful landscape design accommodating the inclines of the plot. At the front, terraced planting are filled with colourful, scented and floral shrubs and perennial plants with walkways and steps offering a journey through the garden. A paved terrace with low-level edging adjoins the house offering opportunities for outdoor dining and relaxing with the sound of the breeze through the bamboo planting. To the rear, a retaining wall is topped by a lawned garden, which is framed by planted borders, and a series of steps leads up to a pathway offering a route to the timber shed in the far corner. Curved high-level brick walls mark the entrance from the lane to the driveway which extends to the rear providing parking for several vehicles.

01722 239656

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