Meet the Lettings team
Known as the ‘city in the countryside’, the historic city of Salisbury is rich in culture, heritage, landscape and community spirit. Centred on a majestic cathedral which is topped by the tallest spire in England, Salisbury boasts an abundance of amenities including places to eat, independent retailers, a theatre, arts centre, leisure facilities and much more.
Ample events take place throughout the year in and around Salisbury, from the Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival to the Salisbury Christmas Market. Historic buildings house favourite high street stores as well as independent retailers, coffee shops, restaurants and pubs. The market place is home to the weekly Salisbury Charter Market and other specialist markets. Salisbury benefits from an excellent choice of facilities and services including supermarkets, health services, schools and recreational facilities.
Places We Love in Salisbury
Blue Boar Row, Salisbury
Situated in Salisbury’s Market Place, the Charter Market is held every Tuesday and Saturday. The market hosts over 90 stalls offering a range of hot food, its own farmers’ market plus clothes, jewellery, homeware, pet products, flowers and music stalls!
Queen Elizabeth Gardens
Cranebridge Road, Salisbury
One of Salisbury’s most loved parks, Queen Elizabeth Gardens was opened in the 1960s to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. With views of the cathedral, the River Avon running through and a play area, the tranquil park can be enjoyed by everyone.
Castle Road, Salisbury
English Heritage property, Old Sarum, is the site of the earliest settlement of Salisbury and was home to Salisbury’s first cathedral. The Iron Age Hillfort, Royal Castle and the cathedral ruins create an impressive landscape and a fun day out for all the family.