Endless Street Salisbury

A select development of six houses within a gated mews in the heart of Salisbury

Final home available to view by appointment

Salisbury - voted best place to live by the Sunday Times

"This cathedral city is divinely attractive, has a distinguished history and offers top-class schooling, but this year we’re honouring its resurgent community spirit — and its glorious surrounds" Tim Palmer, Sunday Times





  • Character Georgian Conversion
  • Wealth of period features
  • City centre location
  • Four bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Superb sitting room
  • Private parking


Fulford House is a stunningly refurbished and developed Regency townhouse in the heart of Salisbury. Situated within a short walk of market square, Fulford House is a substantial four bedroom townhouse, minutes from the local amenities of the city centre.

Accessed from the right hand side of the Regency building, the property features a large hallway leading to the kitchen and reception room. The kitchen is a spacious, open plan room with a wonderful bow window overlooking the terrace. In the summer the window can be opened up  It features traditional handmade wooden units by Guild Anderson, Oak floating shelves with integrated LED lighting, granite worktops, Franke sink, Quooker instant boiling tap along with numerous Siemens appliances including an integrated combination oven with microwave and warming drawer.

Across the hallway is a double bay drawing room with high ceilings and Charnwood wood burner, making an excellent room for entertaining. Upstairs, accessed off the first floor landing, there are two double bedrooms with ensuites and dressing rooms, each with a beautiful feature wallpaper. On the second floor, there are two further large bedrooms and a bathroom.

Outside, the terrace can be accessed from the side gate or via the bow window which opens up, making it perfect for entertaining in the summer. The property has parking, bin store and comes with a new homes warranty.       

One of the most historic parts of England, Salisbury sits in the Wiltshire Plains and was originally known as the settlement of Old Sarum. It is within close proximity of the prehistoric World Heritage Site of Stonehenge, and less than an hour from the south coast and a little over an hour to London and Bristol.

Beautifully and famously captured by John Constable in 1831, Salisbury Cathedral dates from the early 13th Century, houses what is widely regarded as the finest original copy of the Magna Carta and is the focal point of this beautiful city.

Today, the city has a wide range of amenities, high street brand shops along with local boutiques and retail outlets, a wonderful range of restaurants, bars and cafes. Endless Street is an exceptional central city location running into Market Place and Guildhall Square.

Fulford House is Listed Grade II.