Reception Rooms: 3
A spacious family home located on the northern edge of this popular village just a few minutes’ drive from Alresford. The property is set on a lovely private plot, with a beautiful garden, which has mature planting, enjoys a great deal of seclusion, and with fantastic countryside views to the rear.
The property is approached via an enclosed porch, with the front door opening to a good size entrance hall, where there is a cloakroom, understairs cupboard, and stairs leading to the first floor. A door opens to the spacious sitting room, which has fitted bookshelves and a Clearview wood-burning stove in an attractive stone surround. Off the entrance hall there is a dining room with a view of the garden, and a study with a window to the front. The kitchen has a range of modern fitted kitchen units and worktops, as well as spaces for appliances. The kitchen is open-plan to the breakfast room extension, which has a skylight window, a range of full-height built-in cupboards, and French doors to the garden. There is a useful boot room, with a door to the garden.
Upstairs, on the first floor, is a large landing with an airing cupboard, with doors off to the four double bedrooms, each of which has built-in wardrobes. Bedrooms one and two have windows overlooking the rear garden, whilst bedrooms three and four have windows facing the front garden. There is a bathroom with a large shower cubicle.
Outside, to the front, the driveway offers parking for several vehicles and leads to the garage, which has an up-and-over door, light and power, including a 5KW power supply, . Connected to the rear of the garage is a workshop, with a door to the rear garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn, with shrub borders, a selection of mid-size trees, a secluded paved terrace and a further private seating area with a pergola. The garden has been designed to provide a good deal of privacy and seclusion, and to the rear there are stunning views of open fields behind.
Old Alresford is located just to the north of Alresford, the 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 Basingstoke and Winchester. Southampton airport is only about half an hour away by car.
ENTRANCE HALL 11′ 10" x 11′ 3" (3.63m x 3.45m)
KITCHEN 11′ 10" x 8′ 11" (3.63m x 2.72m)
BREAKFAST ROOM 11′ 9" x 11′ 4" (3.60m x 3.47m)
SITTING ROOM 20′ 8" x 13′ 5" (6.30m x 4.10m)
DINING ROOM 11′ 11" x 8′ 10" (3.64m x 2.71m)
STUDY 11′ 10" x 7′ 10" (3.63m x 2.40m)
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
BEDROOM ONE 13′ 5" x 12′ 3" (4.10m x 3.74m)
BEDROOM TWO 11′ 11" x 9′ 0" (3.65m x 2.75m)
BEDROOM THREE 13′ 5" x 8′ 0" (4.10m x 2.44m)
BEDROOM FOUR 11′ 11" x 7′ 11" (3.64m x 2.42m)
BATHROOM 9′ 10" x 6′ 5" (3.00m x 1.97m)
GARAGE 18′ 0" x 9′ 9" (5.51m x 2.99m)
WORKSHOP 13′ 6" x 8′ 7" (4.12m x 2.64m)
SERVICES Mains water and electricity connected. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage system.
LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION Winchester City Council
Council Tax Band: F (subject to review)