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Set within the iconic cathedral city of Salisbury, Mytilus House is a 16th century Grade II Listed period townhouse of immense character and charm. Consistent with its period the property has generously proportioned rooms and evident historical features including exposed wooden beams, open fireplaces and large sash windows creating a light and airy ambience throughout.
Arranged over three floors, the well maintained accommodation consists of welcoming entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room with a fitted pantry and stable door to the courtyard garden, sitting room with a large feature open fireplace and exposed wooden beams, a sizeable dining room completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor are two generous double bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes and the other with a wash hand basin, both bedrooms are serviced by a shower room. The remaining two bedrooms are found on the second floor, one good sized double with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room and a substantial single bedroom with exposed wooden beams.
Outside to the rear of the property is a secluded courtyard with a small logia and a metal spiral staircase leading up to a first floor balcony with a further seating area.
Properties of this calibre and location are unique and a viewing is a must to fully appreciate the charming atmosphere this home offers.
This glorious home is idyllically situated on Brown Street and is within walking distance of Salisbury city centre and all it has to offer including a variety of regionally recognised retail, cultural and educational establishments as well as a range of award winning restaurants, bars and a lively twice weekly market. The property is in a prime position to reach both Bishop & South Wilts Grammar Schools, and Salisbury Cathedral School, Leaden Hall, Chafyn Grove, Leehurst Swan, Godolphin School and Preparatory School. Salisbury train station is nearby and offers direct links to London Waterloo in 83 minutes and the A303 provides access to the southwest and to London via the M3.
Idyllic City Centre Location
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