This attractive period property is situated on a sought after no-through road in the popular village of Otterbourne. The house is impeccably presented with stylish interiors and decor throughout alongside character features such as wood floors, beamed ceilings and panelling. Upon entering via an enclosed front porch you arrive at a lovely 19'3 sitting room with painted wooden floors and a multi-fuel stove creating a homely focal point. Beyond the sitting room is the beautifully appointed kitchen with decorative tiled floor, classic shaker style units and wooden work surfaces. The kitchen also benefits from a utility cupboard and a separate storage cupboard. Open to the kitchen is the high quality conservatory/dining room which provides a wonderful space for dining with views over the delightful, landscaped rear garden.
A bathroom completes the accommodation on the ground floor, whilst on the first floor there are three bedrooms and a separate cloakroom.
The village of Otterbourne is situated 5.5 miles south of the cathedral city of Winchester, with its excellent range of independent and high street retailers, restaurants, bars, theatre and cinema. Within the village there is a local shop with Post Office and three very well-regarded pubs. The area is exceptionally well served by a wide range of private and state schools. The M3 is easily accessible and links to the wider motorway network including the M27 to the south and the M25 to the north. Shawford station is 1.3 miles away providing commuting times to London Waterloo of approximately 75 minutes.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Winchester City Council
SERVICES: All main services connected. Gas central heating.
The property is set well back from the road with an attractive front garden incorporating a stepping stone path through a level area of lawn leading to a gravel seating area at the front, angled to catch the morning sun. The west-facing rear garden is a delight and features a range of shaped box shrubs and hedging providing form and interest throughout the year. There are two seating areas, one immediately adjacent to the property and another situated to the rear of the garden next to the attractive summerhouse. This has a level area of lawn edged with stocked flower beds and specimen trees. Aside from the summerhouse, the garden also incorporates a timber shed and brick built store and has the considerable advantage of vehicular access to the rear via a service road.
shed & brick store.