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Under offer

Holm Oak Close, Littleton, Winchester, SO22

4 bedroom house in Littleton

Guide price £800,000 Freehold

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  • NO FORWARD CHAIN  |  4 Bedrooms  |  3 reception rooms  |  Conservatory  |  Fitted kitchen  |  Utility  |  W.C.  |  Studio above garage  |  Double garage  |  Parking  |  Beautiful landscaped gardens

* Highly regarded small cul-de-sac* Four double bedrooms * NO FORWARD CHAIN * large sitting room * Dining room * Study * W.C. * Fitted kitchen * Utility * Conservatory * Family bathroom * en-suite to master * Studio above garage * Double garage * Parking * Wonderful landscaped gardens

A wonderful house, lovingly maintained and with a superb balance to the accommodation, positioned in a small, private road in the heart of this very popular village. Presented in smart neutral tones, and with an absolutely beautiful landscaped garden, this is a superb house for a wide variety of buyers. This is the first time the house has been on the market since it was new in 1998.

A large central hall, accessed via an outer porch, is a most impressive start, with reception areas radiating from it. To the left, the sitting room stretches from front to back of the house and has a fireplace and double doors out to the rear garden. At the rear of the house the dining room is a bright space overlooking the garden, and this in turn has a door through to the attractive conservatory. The kitchen is spacious and well-fitted with ample floor and eye-level units, and there are double doors through to the conservatory. A useful utility room, with door out to the side, lies just off the kitchen, and there is a W.C alongside. A study is located at the front of the house, completing the accommodation on this level.

From the hall stairs lead up to the first floor where four good bedrooms are located Three of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, and the master has a smart en-suite bathroom. The family bathroom is large enough to contain both a bath and a shower cubicle.

The rear garden is really delightful and full of surprises. Features include a large ornamental pond with shingle areas alongside, a Pagoda, and a raised, decked path connecting the different areas of the garden to a sizeable patio which stretches across the rear of the property. The garden is very well stocked with a variety of shrubs and dwarf specimen Acers and the whole feeling is of a very private oasis. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered by well-maintained dwarf trees and shrubs. Ample parking is available on the driveway in front of the detached double garage which lies to one side of the house. The steep pitched roof above the garage has allowed the owners to convert the space into a very useful studio or storage area.

Directions
From our office in Southgate Street, turn left into the High Street taking the second right at the roundabout into Upper High Street. Take the next left over the railway bridge and right at the roundabout into St. Pauls Hill, and turn left onto Stockbridge Road. Follow Stockbridge Road straight over the two mini roundabouts and turn right into Main Road, signposted Littleton. Proceed into the village then turn left into Holm Oak Close which is the next road on the left after Fairclose Drive.

Location
Littleton is one of Winchester’s most popular villages and is located approximately one and a half miles from Winchester. The village benefits from a local restaurant (The Running Horse), bowling club, cricket club, croquet club, football team and tennis club. Winchester itself has a wider range of amenities including the mainline railway station (links to London Waterloo in approximately 55 minutes), high street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and of course the city’s historic cathedral. Littleton falls within the catchment area for Sparsholt Primary School, The Westgate School and Henry Beaufort Secondary School.

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In the area

Historic Winchester is picture-postcard-pretty with low crime rates, world-class schools, award-winning pubs and restaurants, and interesting shops and markets, all in the midst of rolling English countryside and just an hour from London. There are homes to suit all tastes, including grand Victorian homes, traditional period terraces, up-market new developments and charming village cottages.

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* Highly regarded small cul-de-sac* Four double bedrooms * NO FORWARD CHAIN * large sitting room * Dining room * Study * W.C. * Fitted kitchen * Utility * Conservatory * Family bathroom * en-suite to master * Studio above garage * Double garage * Parking * Wonderful landscaped gardens

A wonderful house, lovingly maintained and with a superb balance to the accommodation, positioned in a small, private road in the heart of this very popular village. Presented in smart neutral tones, and with an absolutely beautiful landscaped garden, this is a superb house for a wide variety of buyers. This is the first time the house has been on the market since it was new in 1998.

A large central hall, accessed via an outer porch, is a most impressive start, with reception areas radiating from it. To the left, the sitting room stretches from front to back of the house and has a fireplace and double doors out to the rear garden. At the rear of the house the dining room is a bright space overlooking the garden, and this in turn has a door through to the attractive conservatory. The kitchen is spacious and well-fitted with ample floor and eye-level units, and there are double doors through to the conservatory. A useful utility room, with door out to the side, lies just off the kitchen, and there is a W.C alongside. A study is located at the front of the house, completing the accommodation on this level.

From the hall stairs lead up to the first floor where four good bedrooms are located Three of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, and the master has a smart en-suite bathroom. The family bathroom is large enough to contain both a bath and a shower cubicle.

The rear garden is really delightful and full of surprises. Features include a large ornamental pond with shingle areas alongside, a Pagoda, and a raised, decked path connecting the different areas of the garden to a sizeable patio which stretches across the rear of the property. The garden is very well stocked with a variety of shrubs and dwarf specimen Acers and the whole feeling is of a very private oasis. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered by well-maintained dwarf trees and shrubs. Ample parking is available on the driveway in front of the detached double garage which lies to one side of the house. The steep pitched roof above the garage has allowed the owners to convert the space into a very useful studio or storage area.

Directions
From our office in Southgate Street, turn left into the High Street taking the second right at the roundabout into Upper High Street. Take the next left over the railway bridge and right at the roundabout into St. Pauls Hill, and turn left onto Stockbridge Road. Follow Stockbridge Road straight over the two mini roundabouts and turn right into Main Road, signposted Littleton. Proceed into the village then turn left into Holm Oak Close which is the next road on the left after Fairclose Drive.

Location
Littleton is one of Winchester’s most popular villages and is located approximately one and a half miles from Winchester. The village benefits from a local restaurant (The Running Horse), bowling club, cricket club, croquet club, football team and tennis club. Winchester itself has a wider range of amenities including the mainline railway station (links to London Waterloo in approximately 55 minutes), high street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and of course the city’s historic cathedral. Littleton falls within the catchment area for Sparsholt Primary School, The Westgate School and Henry Beaufort Secondary School.

Live like a local

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Historic Winchester is picture-postcard-pretty with low crime rates, world-class schools, award-winning pubs and restaurants, and interesting shops and markets, all in the midst of rolling English countryside and just an hour from London. There are homes to suit all tastes, including grand Victorian homes, traditional period terraces, up-market new developments and charming village cottages.

  • The Black Bottle

    A quirky concept! Pre-charge a card and pick from a selection of 32 different wines available by the glass from the vending machines.

  • Chesil Rectory Restaurant

    Chesil Rectory Restaurant offers fine dining in the oldest house in Winchester. The building dates back to the early 15th Century with beamed dining areas and candlelit tables.

  • Chestnut Horse

    Here at The Chestnut Horse we are continually striving to be the best. Our warm, welcoming and relaxing atmosphere compliments our high quality, fresh, locally sourced meals that are served with pride by conscientious staff, who care.

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