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St. Marks House Sheltered Housing

  • 10 Single bedroom flats
  • Eight Bedsits
  • Five Single bedroom bungalows
  • One Double bedroom bungalow
  • One Guestroom (double)
  • There is no lift
  • Salisbury city centre - 10-15 minutes walk for residents
  • Part of the scheme was built in 1956, and the remainder in 1974
  • Common room
  • Laundry
  • Kitchen
  • Disabled toilets
  • Gas
  • Large garden with benches
  • Alterations are in the process of being carried out to the paths to make them smoother and to the steps to make them less steep
  • Private car park for residents and visitors, though of limited space
  • Reasonably quiet residential area, though surrounded by Salisbury City ringroad
  • There is a steep walk to the road making it less suitable to people with mobility problems
Day Centre
  • Within city centre, throughout the week
  • There are numerous leisure activities in the city including the theatre, a cinema which holds a senior session every Wednesday morning
  • Details of clubs, day centres and associations can be obtained from the library


  • Convenience store in Estcourt road, which will deliver, otherwise a four minute walk
  • Main shops in city centre, a 10 minute walk

Bus Stop

  • Right outside scheme. Taxi's are also cheap, just for a quick trip into town

The Community Bus

  • Has disabled access, picks up tenants fortnightly to take them to Tesco on the Southampton Road, if pre-arranged


  • St. Marks is a two minute walk, otherwise in central Salisbury

Doctor and Dentist

  • Salisbury city centre


  • Estcourt road, four minutes walk. Residents use the British Legion in Salisbury city centre

Leisure Facilities

  • City centre

Train Station

  • Periphery of city centre - 30-45 minutes walk or 5-10 minutes bus journey
  • 'The scheme is very pretty, quiet and close to all amenities'


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Last updated: 13 September 2016 | Last reviewed: 13 September 2016