Situated in a convenient location in the centre of Winchester, this attractive end-of-terrace property is positioned for many city centre amenities, being a short distance from shops, bars and restaurants. The property forms part of a row of houses believed to have been built in the 1950s and has been updated and extended over the years to create a useful covered porch. On the ground floor there is a spacious living room with wood burning stove, which has a large window to the front providing good natural light. Adjacent is the kitchen which leads to a utility room with access to the garden.
On the first floor there are three good-size bedrooms, each with storage, and a family bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Though the property is well presented throughout the décor would benefit from further updates to reveal the house’s full potential. There is further potential to extend into the loft subject to the relevant constraints.
Water Lane is ideally situated within easy distance of all that Winchester city centre has to offer, including the many cafes and restaurants of Bridge St which can be accessed via a short pedestrian walkway. The city offers many high street stores, independent boutiques, a library, theatre and cinema, in addition to the historic cathedral. Nearby green spaces include the Winnall Moors Nature Reserve 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 serving London Waterloo in around 55 minutes. There are many outstanding schooling options in and around Winchester, with St Bede Primary and Westgate Secondary schools within easy reach, plus Peter Symonds Sixth Form College
The front garden has a number of shrubs for privacy and a low wall separating the house from the pavement. On-street parking is available on Water Lane (permit required). The rear garden is paved and arranged over two levels, with a number of flower beds stocked with a colourful variety of border plants and flowers. Wooden panel fencing encloses the garden on three sides and high hedges to the rear provide a sense of privacy.
All main services connected.
Winchester City Council
rear courtyard garden
close to city centre