A delightful Grade II Listed townhouse in need of modernisation, conveniently located in the centre of the town. Formally two cottages, this sizeable property has plenty of space including an attic room, conservatory and cellar. The house is on the favoured west side of Broad Street and has an attractive westerly-facing garden. A garage is located across the road and is available by separate negotiation, with a guide price of £80,000 for the remainder of the 99 year lease.
The front door opens from Broad Street into the comfortable and welcoming dining room, which has a fireplace and traditional bow window. A hallway leads to the kitchen and cloakroom, and through to a central snug/sitting room. Beyond is a hall with a door, allowing access to a passageway to Broad Street, and to the garden. Stairs lead up to the first floor. A further door opens to the sitting room, which has a fireplace and doors to a large conservatory.
Upstairs, on the first floor, is a long landing with storage cupboards. The principal bedroom is at the rear of the house with an en-suite bathroom and a view of the garden. The second double bedroom is at the front of the house, with an adjoining bathroom. Stairs lead up to a sizeable attic room, with access to further attic space that stretches the length of the house.
A gate allows access to the side of the house and the garden from Broad Street. The south-westerly garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a terrace adjoining the rear of the house and a further area of garden which houses a greenhouse and shed. The garden is enclosed by walling and hedging.
A garage is available by separate negotiation, with a guide price of £80,000. The garage is held on a separate leasehold title (99 years from 4th August 2015. Ground rent £25 pa. Service charge £289.87 pa, which includes insurance, maintenance and a sinking fund).
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. 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 electricity, gas, water and drainage are believed to be connected.
LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION Winchester City Council
Council Tax Band: F
Property Ref: 100820004413