A four bedroom detached house occupying a lovely plot on the edge of the town, with a lovely south-westerly facing garden and far-reaching countryside views. The house is set well back on the plot and has plenty of driveway parking and twin garages, which are linked to the house. The property is offered for sale with no onward chain.
The house is approached from the driveway with the front door opening to the entrance hall, where there is a cloakroom, study and stairs to the first floor. A door leads through to the spacious sitting room where there is an open fire in a stone surround, a door to outside, and an attractive bow window enjoying a view of the garden. Double doors open to the dining room, which has double aspect windows and a lovely view over the garden. The kitchen has a range of fitted units and worktops, with a built-in double oven, a gas hob, understairs and larder cupboards. A door opens to the utility room, where there is a wall-mounted boiler, storage units and worktop with a butlers sink, and space for a washing machine. A rear lobby leads to a workshop/store and to the twin garages, which have up-and-over doors.
Upstairs on the landing there are two linen/storage cupboards, a access to the loft via a hatch with a fitted ladder. The main bedroom has fitted wardrobes, dual aspect windows, and an en-suite bathroom with a white suite and a cupboard housing the hot water tank. The second bedroom is a double room with dual aspect windows and fitted wardrobes. The third bedroom is also a double room with fitted wardrobes and views over the fields. There is a fourth, single bedroom. The family bathroom has a white suite.
Outside, there is access to both sides of the house through to the pretty rear garden, which is mainly laid to lawn, with a raised seating terrace adjoining the rear of the house. There are lovely, uninterrupted views from the garden over neighbouring fields.
Alresford is a beautiful Georgian town known for its variety of independent shops, restaurants and inns located in stunning surroundings on the edge of the South Downs National Park. Attractions include the Watercress steam railway, schools for infant, junior and secondary education, several churches and an active and inclusive community. Highlights in the calendar include the annual Watercress Festival in May and the Agricultural Show in September. The cathedral city of Winchester is about 7 miles away and there is easy access to the south coast, the midlands and London via the road network. There is also mainline rail access to London from both Winchester and Alton. Southampton airport is only about half an hour away by car.
SERVICES Mains water, electricity and gas are connected. Private drainage system (Septic tank).
LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION Winchester City Council
Council Tax Band: G
Property Ref: 100820005363