This turn of the century apartment is arranged over two floors with its own private entrance and plenty of period features. The property has a cosy feel and extends to 888 sq ft, affording well-proportioned rooms and a well-designed layout. The kitchen is particularly charming, with a fabulous selection of bespoke wall and base units plus open shelving and an integrated oven set within an exposed brick chimney breast. Character features include sash windows, wooden floorboards and internal shutters, plus a delightful original fireplace.
The property is arranged over the first and second floors of a period conversion, with the considerable benefit of private parking and a garden. On the first floor there is a pretty kitchen with space for a table for day-to-day dining. There is a spacious sitting room and a bathroom with separate bath and shower. On the second floor there are two bedrooms with eaves storage and a large cupboard on the landing.
Elm Road is conveniently located for the mainline railway station and Winchester city centre, with its many coffee shops, pubs, restaurants, theatre, cinema and historic cathedral. Nearby green spaces include Orams Arbour, the cathedral grounds and the water meadows alongside the river Itchen, with plenty of footpaths nearby within the South Downs National Park. The M3 offers excellent road access to London and the national motorway network, with the mainline train station (0.2 miles) serving London Waterloo in around 55 minutes. There are many outstanding state and private schooling options in and around Winchester all within easy reach.
At the rear of the property there is delightful garden with a central paved patio area for outdoor entertaining. The garden is enclosed by wooden panel fencing and also features a wood shed, a number of mature trees and shrubs and a selection of flowerbeds. There is off-street private parking for one car to the front.
All main services connected.
Local Authority: Winchester City Council