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  • Bedrooms: 2
Constructed during the early 1900's, (1904/1905), 12 Cecil Terrace is a former railway worker's cottage forming part of the highly desirable location of Lower Bemerton which is within easy access of Salisbury's main centre and railway station.

Both centrally heated via a mains gas fired boiler to radiators and double glazed, the property is light and airy offering well-proportioned accommodation which has been greatly improved by the current owners. Oak effect laminate flooring has been fitted throughout the entrance hall and family/dining room with slate effect flooring laid through the kitchen, utility/wc and family bathroom. The original floorboards in bedroom one have been stripped back and painted. Bedroom two has an attractive, original cast iron fireplace and the internal doors are original.

The living space is generous with a main reception hall leading to a cosy sitting room and a separate family room/dining room which in turn leads to a fully refitted kitchen. Off the kitchen is a utility room/cloakroom and a useful double glazed rear porch. The first floor offers two excellent double bedrooms and an extremely large, fully refurbished family bathroom which includes a corner shower enclosure.

Street parking is available within Cecil Terrace which is a no through road. The rear garden is of a particularly good size with a large decked terrace/seating area and rear pedestrian access; there is a railway sleeper edged footpath, raised beds and a timber garden shed.

Lower Bemerton is a popular residential area to the western side of the Cathedral City of Salisbury. Local facilities include a primary school, social club and St John's church and there is a regular bus service into the city centre. Salisbury itself has a fine range of social and educational amenities including the theatre, Arts Centre, cinema and a variety of state and private primary and secondary schools including the two grammar schools. There are leisure and recreational facilities including the Five Rivers Leisure Centre, private members gymnasiums, golf club and recreation ground and three tennis clubs. The mainline rail service to London's Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes) and the West Country is within walking distance.

TENURE AND SERVICES: Tenure: Freehold. Local Authority: Wiltshire Council. Council tax band C: £1,729.79 for year 2019/20. Gas central heating. Windows: Fully double glazed. All main services are connected.

DIRECTIONS: From the centre of Salisbury proceed along the A36 Churchill Way West. At St Paul's roundabout take the second exit following the A36 Wilton Road. Continue to follow the A36 crossing the Skew Bridge and turn left into Church Lane. Proceed to the bottom of the lane and turn left into Lower Road. Proceed passing Brick Road on the left-hand side and followed by the next turning left into The Croft which in turn will lead into Cecil Terrace. The property can be easily identified by the Baxters For Sale board.

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