Situated on the ground and first floor an historic Grade II listed building, high ceilings and natural light create a superb sense of space in this central Winchester home. Beautifully presented throughout and finished with a great attention to detail, its easy flowing layout combines plenty of period charm with modern finishing touches.
French doors open from a patio garden into an open plan kitchen/sitting room that offers a hugely sociable space that's perfect for entertaining. Light and bright, the tall windows above the French doors stretch up to the high ceiling adding to the feeling of space, while the generous proportions have ample room for both seating and dining. The warm tones of the wood floor flow into the kitchen area where a wealth of sympathetically styled grey cabinets and sleek countertops supply ample storage and workspace. Well-appointed with an array of integrated appliances that includes a double oven, microwave, dishwasher and fridge-freezer, its under-mounted sink and tiled splashbacks add attractive finishing touches. Creating plenty of versatility, a large sliding door opens onto the adjacent snug where a sash window is bordered by classic wood shutters.
The tasteful interior design scheme continues upstairs in the main bedroom. A lovely flow of natural light highlights the cornicing and picture rails that wrap-around the room, adding an elegant contrast to the subtle heritage colour scheme. Recessed wardrobes provide plenty of storage, while the wide sash window and shutters lend more period charm.
Across the hallway a second bedroom is equally well-presented with a large amount of fitted storage. The modern suite of the family bathroom features a stylish circular basin along with a full size bath with overhead shower, all arranged in a refined tile setting.
The property is situated on a highly sought-after road in the very heart of the city. The area mainly consists of attractive character properties and is superbly positioned for the extensive amenities and excellent cultural and leisure facilities that the city offers. The area also benefits from a superb choice of private and state schools, including Western and Westgate schools and being less than a mile from Peter Symonds Sixth Form College. The M3 provides road access to London (about 70 miles), the South Coast via the A303 and the motorway network of the M25.TRAIN SERVICES: Winchester mainline station (0.3 miles) provides services to London Waterloo with journey times of about one hour.
The property has the significant benefit of a allocated parking space
Open Plan Kitchen/Sitting Room
1 Private Parking Space