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A period residence offering light filled rooms and elegant proportions typical of its era. The vendors have carried out considerable work to the property including restoring many period details and replacing the kitchen and bathrooms.
The original front door, inset with beautiful stained glass, leads to the hall with stripped wooden floor. The drawing room boasts an sash bay window, cast iron fireplace with marble surround and attractive coving. The family room offers a more informal seating area linked to the impressive kitchen dining room by glass double doors providing natural light from the rear of the property. The kitchen/dining room comprises cream painted units set off by contrasting granite worktops. A matching island allows for further storage and space exists for a range cooker and fridge freezer. The wood floor continues from the hall through the family room and into the kitchen dining room and double doors with side windows provide excellent connection with the outside space.
On the first floor the master bedroom extends to 16ft and benefits from an en suite. The family bathroom serves the two further bedrooms, one of which features a bay window and a fireplace. There is also a further room on this level which is currently used as a study. An enclosed staircase leads to a 24'6 attic bedroom with further eaves space. It is considered this area offers potential, subject to consents, to be split in to two bedrooms.
The property sits in the much sought after area of Hyde. The city centre's excellent cultural, recreational and leisure facilities are all within easy reach. The railway station is just a short walk (0.3 miles) away providing direct access to London Waterloo in about an hour. The M3 provides road access to London (70 miles) and the south, with Southampton International Airport approximately 10 miles away. There are well-regarded educational facilities within the area, including St. Bede primary and Westgate secondary schools.
There is a small garden to the front with a gate giving pedestrian access to the rear. The rear garden extends to approximately 75ft backing on to allotments. It is largely laid to lawn with beds well stocked with a mix of trees and shrubs. Towards the end of the garden is a paved seating area and a timber shed
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Winchester City Council
SERVICES: All mains services, gas central heating
Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
two further bedrooms
75ft rear garden
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