74 Harnham Road, Salisbury

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A substantial ground floor apartment in an excellent riverside setting.

Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, utility room, three bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms, communal garden with river frontage, garage and parking.

Hazelmere House is an imposing Edwardian building, sympathetically extended and converted into just six large apartments in 1999, with communal gardens and grounds that extend to approximately one acre in total. These lead down to the River Nadder, with attractive views of the water meadows and the Cathedral Close beyond. No. 1 is on the ground floor and provides well-proportioned, light and airy accommodation with good ceiling heights and attractive period features such as sash windows, panelled doors, detailed cornicing and deep skirting boards. The property also benefits from a single garage in an adjoining block with a communal driveway and parking area, with electric gates separating the development from the road.

Hazelmere House is located in the popular residential suburb of Harnham, and is set well back from Harnham Road, with the city centre of Salisbury within an easy walk through the Cathedral Close. Salisbury benefits from a wide range of amenities - cultural, shopping, leisure and educational. In addition to the wonderful Cathedral there is a twice-weekly market, a celebrated theatre and a mainline station with trains to London Waterloo (journey time approximately 90 minutes). In 2019 Salisbury was voted as the best place to live by The Sunday Times. Harnham also has a regular bus service into the city centre.

The communal front door leads into a large and well-kept communal area. From here the front door of the apartment opens into the:


A lovely reception space with an electric wood burning stove set in an open brick fireplace. Built in bookshelves with cupboards under. Entry phone.


Fitted with a WC and wash basin. Extractor fan.


A light south facing room with an extensive range of high and low level storage units with a built in gas hob with extractor fan over and an eye level double oven. Built in dishwasher and 2 fridges. Ample room for table and chairs.

Beyond the entrance hall is an open area which casts light into the entrance hall and is used as a dining area. Double storage cupboard and an airing cupboard (with the hot water cylinder).


A well-proportioned room with an impressive fireplace with a real flame gas fire set in. Double doors lead on to the private terrace and the well-maintained gardens beyond.


A wonderful and elegant room which was part of the original house. A pretty plaster arch frames the bay window which overlooks the garden. Built in wardrobes and a door to the:


Fitted with a wash basin, WC and shower. Medicine cabinet.


A good double bedroom that could also be used as a study etc.


Fitted with a white suite of bath with a shower over, wash basin with a mirror and light over, and WC.


A light double bedroom which faces south. Built in wardrobes.


A useful room with a stainless steel sink and drainer and some storage units. Built in washer/dryer and freezer. Clothes drying rack and extractor fan.


Electric gates separate the property from Harnham Road, a tarmac driveway leads both to the garages and to the parking and turning area. To the front of Hazelmere House is an impressive cedar tree and an area of lawn, with access down both sides of the building to the rear communal gardens. Here there are mature flower beds and shrubs with a gently sloping lawn which leads down to the River Nadder, and unspoilt, far reaching views towards the water meadows and the Cathedral Close beyond. The area attracts wildlife whilst livestock graze on the water meadows. In total the grounds extend to approximately one acre.


A single garage with an electric up and over door, electric power and light, and potential for additional storage in the roof space, if required.


Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are available. Communal gas fired boiler for the domestic hot water and heating.


Share of Freehold. 999 years from 20th December 1999.


Service Charge: £4,750 for the period 01/01/2020 - 31/12/2020. (Payable in two instalments)

Ground Rent: £150 per annum


Band G. Charge for 2010/2021 - £3,359.39




BT.com suggests that maximum speeds of 910Mb are available with Full Fibre 900 broadband through BT.


By appointment only please through Myddelton & Major, 49 High Street, Salisbury, SP1 2PD.

Tel 01722 337575


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Our Reference: 16061.200917

01722 238120

Myddelton & Major

49 High Street, Salisbury

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