This Grade II* listed family home and ajoining coach house offer fantastic views of Salisbury cathedral.
No. 33 and 35 New Street are a late-18th century townhouse and ajoining coach house situated right in the heart of Salisbury. The property occupies a magnificent position in the city and, situated on the boundary of the Cathedral Close, offers magnificent views of Britain’s finest 13th century Gothic cathedral.
The house itself is rich in period detail and finishes and boasts large south-facing windows. On the ground floor the accommodation comprises four formal reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, ancillary rooms which provide alternative access onto a small courtyard, a conservatory and a second staircase leading to the library and study.
Upstairs, the master bedroom and second bedroom on the first floor have a spectacular views over the pretty walled garden to the cathedral beyond. To the front of the house are two further bedrooms, and three more bedrooms, a shower and bathroom can be found on the top nursery floor.
The ajoining coach house at No. 35 can be reached either by its own front door or via the first floor of the main house. This property again retains many of its original features, including parquet brickwork and fireplaces. The accommodation here is currently arranged as two bedrooms, a sitting room, study area and kitchen breakfast room.