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Alresford Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23

2 bedroom house in Winchester

£375,000 Freehold

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  • Period property  |  Two Bedrooms  |  Sitting Room  |  Dining Room  |  Beautifully extended kitchen  |  Two Bathrooms  |  Long garden  |  Road parking where no permit required

This attractive late Victorian end-of-terrace house is well presented and beautifully extended to enhance and complement the traditional layout of the original accommodation. Dating back from the 1890s, the property has been sympathetically updated and now offers well-planned, stylish and practical accommodation over two floors.

On the ground floor the front door, beneath a covered porch, leads into a welcoming and bright sitting room with feature fireplace. In the middle of the property there is a spacious dining room with storage cupboard under the stairs. From this room, a step down to the rear leads to the extended part of the house where there is a bathroom and wonderful, large fitted kitchen. The modern, stylish kitchen has ample cupboard space, integrated appliances including dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer and bifold doors out to the garden. Stairs rise to the first floor where there are two good sized double bedrooms, both with built in cupboards, and one with an en-suite bathroom.

Outside, the front of the house is separated from the road by a small low-maintenance, paved garden. Parking is available on the road (no permit required). At the rear of the house there is a long, level garden which is mainly laid to lawn, with a shingle area immediately outside the kitchen, perfect for entertaining.

Directions
From the Winkworth office in Southgate Street, proceed onto Jewry Street taking the right hand lane merge into North Walls and go into the left hand lane past the fire station on the right hand side into Union Street and continue onto Eastgate Street. At the roundabout (near the statue of King Alfred) take the first exit to Bridge Street and straight over the mini roundabout onto Magdalen Hill. Continue round to the right onto Alresford Road, and the property can be found on the left hand side after passing The Golden Lion public house.

Location
Alresford Road is within easy reach of Winchester city centre and the mainline railway station, and just a short journey gives access to the M3, M27, A34 and Southampton Airport Parkway. Local schools, including The Westgate School, are within easy reach.

Inside Winchester

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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.

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  • The Black Bottle

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  • 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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This attractive late Victorian end-of-terrace house is well presented and beautifully extended to enhance and complement the traditional layout of the original accommodation. Dating back from the 1890s, the property has been sympathetically updated and now offers well-planned, stylish and practical accommodation over two floors.

On the ground floor the front door, beneath a covered porch, leads into a welcoming and bright sitting room with feature fireplace. In the middle of the property there is a spacious dining room with storage cupboard under the stairs. From this room, a step down to the rear leads to the extended part of the house where there is a bathroom and wonderful, large fitted kitchen. The modern, stylish kitchen has ample cupboard space, integrated appliances including dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer and bifold doors out to the garden. Stairs rise to the first floor where there are two good sized double bedrooms, both with built in cupboards, and one with an en-suite bathroom.

Outside, the front of the house is separated from the road by a small low-maintenance, paved garden. Parking is available on the road (no permit required). At the rear of the house there is a long, level garden which is mainly laid to lawn, with a shingle area immediately outside the kitchen, perfect for entertaining.

Directions
From the Winkworth office in Southgate Street, proceed onto Jewry Street taking the right hand lane merge into North Walls and go into the left hand lane past the fire station on the right hand side into Union Street and continue onto Eastgate Street. At the roundabout (near the statue of King Alfred) take the first exit to Bridge Street and straight over the mini roundabout onto Magdalen Hill. Continue round to the right onto Alresford Road, and the property can be found on the left hand side after passing The Golden Lion public house.

Location
Alresford Road is within easy reach of Winchester city centre and the mainline railway station, and just a short journey gives access to the M3, M27, A34 and Southampton Airport Parkway. Local schools, including The Westgate School, are within easy reach.

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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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