The Mews, Salisbury Road, Coombe Bissett, Salisbury

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Reception hall

Sitting room

Dining room

Kitchen/breakfast room


4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

Store & Double garage

Off-road parking


EPC Rating E

With red-brick elevations and two angular wings, The Mews offers individuality and charm with versatile accommodation and light-filled rooms. There is also scope to create an annexe towards the end of the house.

The reception hall gives access into a dual aspect sitting room, which offers a comfortable setting for relaxation, centred around a brickbuilt fireplace and extends into an alcove ideally suited to providing a study area. Perfectly suited to accommodating dining events for family and friends, the formal dining room is just beyond the staircase with an inner hall leading into the kitchen. The impressive, kitchen/breakfast room has vaulted ceiling with beam framework and provides a light and airy sociable space with a step up to a casual seating area. Fitted with high and low level cabinetry, topped with wood worksurfaces, the kitchen features a green Rayburn with complementary wall tiling and offers ample space for informal dining. There is also a generous utility room (which could form a kitchen for an annexe) with a courtesy door linking to the garage.

The property offers four bedrooms and three bathrooms in total and the accommodation is completed by a lower level bathroom, which provides a bathtub and shower cubicle, and a spacious room adjoining the kitchen.

The village of Coombe Bissett is situated just to the south-west of Salisbury and offers a local shop, post office, a public house, village hall, tennis courts and a primary school, as well as a number of clubs and societies. For walking and nature enthusiasts, there are opportunities to explore the surrounding network of local footpaths which includes access to the nearby Coombe Bissett Down, which is part of the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust Reserves. There is also extensive walking and a wide variety of public houses available in the nearby Cranbourne Chase AONB.

An appealing range of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities are on offer in historic Salisbury, including the Salisbury Playhouse theatre and a multi-screen cinema, as well as a mainline station providing regular services to London Waterloo in approximately 90 minutes. Communications links are excellent with road-users having easy access to the A36, A303 and A354. Well-regarded local schools include Salisbury Cathedral School, Chafyn Grove and Godolphin School, as well as Bishop Wordsworth and South Wilts Grammar Schools. The surrounding countryside offers large unspoiled areas, ideal for walking and riding, with fishing on the River Avon and other nearby chalk streams. Airports can be found at Bournemouth and Southampton.

Timber gates set within brick pillars mark the entrance to the property and fronting a row of trees, a low-level brick and flint wall borders the edge of the paved driveway which provides parking and a route to the double garage. A retaining wall provides a planting pocket alongside the house and trellises on the elevation allow climbing shrubs to adorn the frontage. Evergreen shrubs are planted by the door to the utility room and there is space to set up garden furniture in this secluded setting.

01722 239656

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41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

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