Reception Rooms: 3
A character Grade II listed double-fronted townhouse, located in the heart of the market town of Alresford. There are plenty of original period features including fireplaces, oak beams and a cellar. There are four bedrooms, three reception rooms, and a pretty south-facing garden with direct access onto East Street. There is no onward chain.
On entering the front door, there are stairs ahead of you leading to the first floor. On the right are the spacious dining and sitting rooms, which are combined to create one large room going from front to back of the house. The dining room has a window onto East Street and an inglenook fireplace with a substantial oak beam and brick hearth. A step leads up to the cosy sitting room, which is centred around another an open fireplace with brick surround and hearth. A door leads through to a rear lobby with a cloakroom and access to the garden. Another door opens to the kitchen/breakfast room, which is fitted out with traditional wooden cupboards and worktops, and a range cooker. An opening leads through to a delightful snug/family room/study, which has a fireplace and a window onto East Street. Access to the cellar is from the kitchen – stairs lead down to two separate cellar rooms, both having light and power.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a bathroom, as well as a shower that is shared between the two double bedrooms facing onto East Street. Three of the bedrooms are double rooms each having a fireplace. The fourth bedroom is a single room. The bathroom has a white suite.
Outside, a gate from East Street leads through to the delightful south-facing garden, where there is a seating area adjoining the rear of the house. Some steps lead up to a lawned garden, where there are flower and shrub borders, some trees, a small summer house and garden shed.
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.
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LOCAL AUTHORITY INFORMATION Winchester City Council
Council Tax Band: G