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An original farm worker's cottage with character details such as cream flagstone flooring, latch doors and exposed beams which attractively contrast with the contemporary kitchen and modern conveniences such under floor heating and double glazing.
The excellent range of reception space includes a double reception room, providing a sitting room with open fire and a formal dining area. There is also a stunning 23'9 principal reception room with vaulted ceiling and wood burning stove which, along with the adjoining conservatory, provides further living space and a wonderful outlook over the rear garden and countryside beyond. These views are also enjoyed from the smart, well equipped kitchen with breakfast bar, integrated appliances and range cooker.
On the first floor a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a dual aspect is served, along with the single bedroom on this level, by the family bathroom with traditional high level w/c and claw foot slipper bath. On the second floor is a further double bedroom with skylights front and rear, eaves storage and an en suite shower room.
Set in a small hamlet just 3.5 miles from Winchester City centre, close to the banks of the River Itchen and bordering the South Downs National Park. A footpath at the far end of the drive gives access to pleasant walks, whilst day to day amenities can be found at nearby Kings Worthy with a post office, local farm shop, convenience store, pubs and church. Winchester offers a huge range of shops, bars, restaurants, theatre and cinema and mainline train station with trains to London Waterloo in under an hour. The property is also superbly positioned for access to the A33/M3.
SERVICES: Mains electricity, private water & drainage, oil fired central heating
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Winchester City Council
The property is approached via a private drive leading to ample off road parking and a detached garage. The garden has been well landscaped to include an attractive natural stone terrace, a level area of lawn bordered by well stocked beds with a low hedge to the rear boundary allowing for open views. There is also a substantial decked area creating a super entertaining space with a lovely rural backdrop.
SERVICES: Mains electricity, private water and drainage, oil fired central heating LOCAL AUTHORITY: Winchester City Council
3 bedrooms (1 en-suite)
double reception room with separate sitting and dining areas and open fire
kitchen breakfast room
23'9 principal reception room with vaulted ceiling and wood burning stove
0.23 acre plot.
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