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Situated in a desirable area for the commuter within walking distance of the mainline train station, this stunning three-bedroom home is a rare detached property on an attractive street of period properties. With a deceptively spacious and attractive garden to the rear, the house offers much to the new owner having been updated with a new boiler and vintage-style radiators and extended as well as retaining its charming period features including wood floors and fireplaces. Access to the property is via an entrance hall with a lovely ornate plasterwork archway. To the front is a comfortable sitting room, with a feature fireplace and a bay window. Of particular note is the fabulous open plan living space comprising a family room, kitchen and dining area, which provides a real ‘hub’ of this stunning family home. Beginning with space to relax in front of a fire with adjacent built-in storage, the room then progresses into a very stylish kitchen/diner with dining space under a roof light. The kitchen has been beautifully appointed with a smart tiled floor (with underfloor heating) and a good number of white lacquered fitted wall and floor units, complimented by wooden worktops and integrated appliances include a fridge/freezer, dishwasher and Bosch oven. Patio doors open onto the garden, further extending the entertaining space in the summer months. In addition there is a downstairs cloakroom concealed under the stairs.
A staircase leads up to the first floor where there are three bedrooms, each with period features including wood floors. The delightful master bedroom spans the front of the house with three windows providing plenty of natural light, with the two additional bedrooms having a rear aspect overlooking the garden, one with built-in storage. The three bedrooms have use of a family bathroom with a large skylight and an integrated bath tub with over bath shower.
Located in a sought-after area of Winchester city centre, Cranworth Road is well placed to take advantage of the city’s extensive amenities, particularly the mainline train station which is a few moments’ walk away. Nearby are all the benefits that the compact lively centre of Winchester offers including a theatre, cinema, leisure centre, museums, the cathedral and many restaurants, bars and shops. The M3 offers excellent road access to London and the national motorway network. There are many outstanding schooling options in and around Winchester including Prince's Mead, Pilgrims, Twyford, Hampshire Collegiate, Winchester College, St Swithun’s School, and Peter Symonds Sixth Form College. Winchester mainline station (0.2 miles) provides services to London Waterloo with journey times of about one hour.
The property is accessed via a short tiled path leading to the front door, with a front garden laid to flowerbeds. A much desired side gate leads to the lovely west-facing rear garden, which is paved adjacent to the house providing a substantial patio area for outdoor entertaining, with patio doors opening from the kitchen/dining room. A low step up leads to the brick built outbuilding, which is currently used as a spacious home office, with the paved area continuing alongside enclosed by brick walls topped with wood fencing. The delightful lawn area is edged by borders and tall shrubs and trees providing a sense of seclusion. On-street parking is available to the front of the house (permit required).
All mains services connected.
Local authority - Winchester City Council
1 Family bathroom
Fantastic Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
Outbuilding / Home office
1191 Sq Ft (including home office)
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate