Wain-a-long Road, Salisbury

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
***WATCH THE VIDEO TOUR*** Offering the best of both worlds - Victorian period details such as picture rails, fireplaces and stripped wooden floorboards in the main house and a stunning modern extension to the rear. This property presents the perfect opportunity for a prospective buyer to establish themselves in the historic city of Salisbury. This well-rounded house offers contrastingly styled accommodation, transitioning from the Victorian threshold at the property's entrance, through to the contemporary extension at the rear. All-the-while being within walking distance to the city centre to the west, with countryside walks accessible to the east.

The stained glassed front door introduces you into this elegant family home. Towards the front of the house, the Victorian fireplaces and bay-fronted windows ooze character. Authentic wooden flooring flows through the ground floor, opening into the lovely kitchen which is equipped with all modern appliances and features needed for comfortable family living. From here the room opens out into the extension. An airy space imbued with natural light from the glass-fronted gable and Velux windows above.

The glass doors from the extension leads directly out to the rear garden. The garden first introduces you to the decking area with steps down to the lawn. A luscious green area with attractive flower beds and trees at the perimeter. Lined with beech hedges, ferns, fruit trees and bamboo, the lawn and its accompanying stepping stones reach down to the patio and summerhouse. Equipped to be the ideal project room, storage space, or for those who need the occasional sense of escapism. To the side of the plot there is a shingled pathway for practicality with lockable gate.

Upstairs there is a clear continuation of the Victorian feel, with its high ceilings and bay-fronted main bedroom which is also fitted with rustic wire-fronted wardrobe unit. Further practical modernisations include the family bathroom, with contemporary fixtures surrounded by wall and floor tiling. The further two double bedrooms have pleasant extended rear outlooks with the fourth bedroom offering the potential for an ideal office space.

Located a short distance from the Salisbury city centre, any new owner would be able to utilise the amenities that are on offer. These include, but are not limited to, supermarkets, high-street shops, restaurants & bars, pubs, city walks, markets, leisure facilities, as well as being within good proximity to local private and public school. Further afield, Salisbury train station has direct routes to London Waterloo and the West Country with the city being well connected for commuter links to the coast and up to London.


As you travel south-east along Wain-A-Long Road from St. Mark's Roundabout, the property is located on the left hand-side of the road and is distinguishable due to its red door and attractive rose bush frontage.

Entrance Hall

Storm porch which houses the stained-glass panelled front door. In turn this gives access to the entrance hallway. A wooden floored space that gives access to the sitting room, dining room, cloakroom, kitchen and the stairwell to the first floor.

Sitting Room

13' 9'' x 15' 5'' (4.19m x 4.70m)

Carpeted bay-fronted reception room with chimney breast and its accompanying fireplace with wooden mantlepiece.

Dining Room

11' 9'' x 12' 1'' (3.58m x 3.68m)

Authentic wood flooring continues from the hallway into the dining room. Chimney breast with accompanying electric fireplace with wooden mantlepiece. Window to the rear aspect.


An under-stair room with WC, wash basin and shelf space.


9' 6'' x 11' 3'' (2.89m x 3.43m)

Laid with high density laminate floor panels, the kitchen offers matching high and low cupboard units with adjacent granite worktops and glass splashbacks. Neff oven with accompanying Zanussi gas hob, fridge/freezer, double ceramic sink basin, and recently serviced wall-hung boiler. The kitchen also houses a feature Victorian drying rack and access to a large pantry cupboard. Window to the side aspect.


9' 8'' x 16' 4'' (2.94m x 4.97m)

'steps from the kitchen open onto a versatile room with a dramatic 4.2m double-glazed gable end, with views over the garden and Downs beyond. Generously lit this space is also equipped with underfloor heating and dual Velux windows.

Upstairs Hallway

Carpeted stairs from the ground floor lead to the upstairs landing. Gives access to the four bedrooms and family bathroom as well as a storage cupboard.

Family Bathroom

8' 7'' x 5' 6'' (2.61m x 1.68m)

Tiled flooring with window to the side aspect. This room offers a wash basin with splashback tiling and adjoining cabinet, WC, wall mounted mirror, heated towel rail and a bathtub with accompanying shower facilities and limestone wall tiling.

Main Bedroom

10' 8'' x 13' 5'' (3.25m x 4.09m)

Led with a continuation of the authentic wood panel flooring, this bay-fronted bedroom offers a built-in mesh-fronted wardrobe and views to the front aspect.

Bedroom Two

12' 1'' x 11' 9'' (3.68m x 3.58m)

Carpeted L-shaped bedroom with chimney breast and pleasant extended views to the rear aspect.

Bedroom Three

11' 5'' x 8' 9'' (3.48m x 2.66m)

Wood flooring with chimney breast and built-in cupboards, shelves and wardrobes. One of which being the airing cupboard. Window to the rear with pleasant extended views.

Bedroom Four/Study

6' 0'' x 9' 5'' (1.83m x 2.87m)

Carpeted bedroom or home office space with window to the front aspect.


The glass doors from the extension leads directly out to the rear garden. The garden first offers a decking area with steps that lead to the lawn and a shingle laid pathway to give side access. The lawn is surrounded with mature flower beds and other flora. Towards the bottom of the garden there is a new garden shed and a summer house equipped with power, lighting and a phone line. A good sized space that can be used for extra storage or a project room if need be. To the front, there is a blocked driveway with ample parking for two to three cars with on street parking available. To the side, a lockable side gate with direct access to the rear garden.


Wain-a-Long Road is situated just outside the ring road, making it an ideal location for those who want to be close to the heart of the community. The property is located within walking distance of central Salisbury and the local public and private schools. Salisbury has an excellent range of shops, supermarkets, schools, restaurants, public houses and leisure facilities including a cinema, 2 theatres and leisure centre. There is a regular market and a main line railway station with services to London Waterloo.

01722 442444

Oliver Chandler

62 Castle Street, Salisbury

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