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This attractive terraced late Victorian property retains period charm but has been cleverly rearranged with an improved layout to create two en suites, a dressing area and open plan living room. Built in the late Victorian era with period features such as high ceilings and large sash windows, the property has been updated to provide comfortable accommodation as required for modern living. The entrance hall has a practical tiled floor which continues into the modern kitchen which is fitted with a range of Shaker style fitted units with integrated dishwasher, brushed chrome splash back, oven, hob and extractor. There is a window fitted with plantation shutters and space for a table ideal for family meals. Much thought has been given to natural light with a glazed door leading to the open plan sitting/dining room which has ample space for relaxing and dining. It also features attractive wooden flooring and a stylish open fire set within the chimney breast which boosts the central heating on chilly evenings.
The first floor accommodation is well presented and ideally configured with two good sized bedrooms. With two modern en suites both featuring skylight windows which flood the rooms with light. The master bedroom benefits from a dressing area which has plumbing for a washing appliance and further fitted wardrobes within the bedroom.
The property is situated on a highly sought-after residential road in the very heart of the city. The road 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 (0.4 miles) provides services to London Waterloo with journey times of approximately one hour.
The property has an evergreen hedge to the front and is approached by a path. To the rear is a courtyard garden which is enclosed by panel fencing providing privacy and featuring a raised bed for herbs. With double doors opening from the living room, the garden extends the living space in the summer months and is mainly paved with large grey slabs. A brick-built store room to the rear provides ideal storage.
2 Ensuite Bath/Shower-Rooms
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