- Charming Character Edwardian Terrace House
- Tucked Away Private Road Close to the Town Centre
- Living Room with Woodburner in Fireplace and Timber Floors
- Large Dining Room with Timber Floors
- Fitted Kitchen and Separate Rear Lobby Utility Room
- Two Good Size Bedrooms with Feature Fireplaces
- Large Bathroom with Exposed Brick Chimney Breast
- Gas Central Heating and UPVC Double Glazing
- South West Facing Rear Courtyard
- Parking Space to the Front
Hardings of Amesbury are delighted to present to the market, this attractive red brick Edwardian town house. From the first impression as you step through the front door of this character property, the higher ceilings, larger light rooms, fireplaces and stripped timber floors, are all impressive features that are a pleasing contrast to all the new building in Amesbury over recent years.
There can be few properties such a convenient short level walking distance from the Town Centre, yet quietly situated in a side road, and unusual for properties built when horses were still the main transportation, it even has parking. This is a property that will suit various purchasers' requirements; from first homes, to the next larger property, to those downsizing to be closer to amenities with an easier to maintain garden. There is further potential as subject to planning approval, other similar properties have taken advantage of the large loft space and layout to convert the roof and extend the bedroom accommodation.
Alongside all the shops, services and social amenities close to Avon Buildings, Amesbury has supermarkets, schools, doctors, leisure opportunities and other facilities due to its hub position on the main A303 trunk road. The cathedral city of Salisbury with its mainline train station (London Waterloo 90 minutes), extensive shopping and leisure facilities is 9 miles to the south.