12 Churchfields is situated on the western edge of the city centre and is conveniently placed for the railway station and the city centre, both of which are within easy walking distance. Elizabeth Gardens is nearby as is the Town Path which gives access to open countryside and the water meadows. Because of its location, it enjoys extensive views to the rear across the River Nadder to the Watermeadows.
This spacious family house is believed to date from 1860 and the accommodation is laid out on three floors. In addition there is a good sized cellar and a fantastic bespoke conservatory to the front looking over the garden. There is a shared drive to the side, (with the option of reinstating a parking space beside the conservatory), and also a private parking space directly from Churchfields Road. The principal rooms enjoy views down the garden and from the upper floors these extend out to Harnham, across the water meadows. The ground floor offers a spacious hallway with a cloakroom, sitting room with French windows opening onto the Conservatory, both rooms enjoy a lovely aspect. There is also a spacious dining room with access through to the kitchen/breakfast room with gas fired Aga (available by separate negotiation). The first floor offers three double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The second floor also offers three bedrooms and a bathroom.
The well stocked gardens are a good size and lead down to the banks of the River Nadder where there is a mooring. The property also benefits from fishing rights. In Spring the banks leading up to the main part of the garden are covered in snowdrops and English bluebells. A York stone terrace adjoins the conservatory. The garden planting includes Magnolia, Wisteria, a variety of choice climbing and shrub roses, selected for scent, and selection of apples, pears and soft fruit.
This property enjoys an enviable location within walking distance of the mainline railway station as well as the City centre. The view to the south however over the river is to open countryside and therefore the property has the benefit of enjoying both worlds. Salisbury has excellent facilities including a wide choice of schools, good shops and supermarkets, leisure facilities including a cinema, playhouse and leisure centre and a wide choice of clubs and societies The station gives access to London Waterloo approximately one hour and thirty minutes away.