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Fordington Avenue, Winchester, Hampshire, SO22

5 bedroom house in Winchester

£1,100,000 Freehold

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  • Five Bedroom Semi-Detached Period Home  |  Sitting Room  |  Snug and Conservatory  |  Kitchen/ Dining Room  |  Utility Room  |  Study  |  Two Bathrooms  |  Garden  |  Driveway Parking  |  Close to Local Shops and Catchment for Western Primary and Westgate Secondary school

This superb semi-detached 1930s house, of circa 2250 sq ft, was cleverly extended in 2005 and now offers well balanced, spacious accommodation over three floors. During the extension the property was restored with a keen eye for 1930's detail, including attractive fireplaces and stripped wooden floors. Situated in the catchment area for Western, Westgate schools and close to Peter Simmonds Sixth Form College, it will certainly appeal to families. In addition, for the commuter the national railway station is a short walk away giving access to the mainline service to London Waterloo.

This superb semi-detached 1930s house, of circa 2250 sq ft, was cleverly extended in 2005 and now offers well balanced, spacious accommodation over three floors. During the extension the property was restored with a keen eye for 1930’s detail, including attractive fireplaces and stripped wooden floors. Situated in the catchment area for Western, Westgate schools and close to Peter Simmonds Sixth Form College, it will certainly appeal to families. In addition, for the commuter the national railway station is a short walk away giving access to the mainline service to London Waterloo.

On entering the property, the large, welcoming entrance hall gives access to all the principal reception rooms. The sitting room is a lovely space with built in cupboards and shelving units and a gas feature fireplace. At the end of the entrance hall is the heart of the house, a large open plan kitchen/ dining room. This kitchen links into the conservatory and snug which is a lovely cosy space with open fireplace and built in shelving units. From the kitchen there a couple of steps leading down to the useful utility room with larder cupboard, sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Beyond the utility room is the study area which has a lovely view over the garden. The ground floor is concluded with a W.C.

Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first-floor landing and then the master bedroom, three further bedrooms which are serviced by the good-sized family bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower cubicle. Stairs lead up to the second floor with another bedroom which is a good-sized double bedroom and a small bathroom can be found.

Outside to the front of the property is ample off-road parking for several cars. The south facing rear garden is lovely, with established plants and trees, including an apple tree. There is a paved patio area, with the remainder laid to lawn.

Directions
From our offices in Southgate Street, turn left into the High Street and at the mini-roundabout turn right into Upper High Street, and then left over the railway line and right down St. Pauls Hill. At the roundabout turn left into Stockbridge Road and proceed past the row of shops and take the left into Fordington Road. Go straight across Cheriton Road onto Fordington Avenue and the property can be found on the left-hand side.

Location
Fordington Avenue is superbly positioned for easy access to the mainline railway station (links to London Waterloo in approximately 55 minutes), and city with its high street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and of course the city’s historic cathedral. The property benefits from being in the Western Primary and Westgate Secondary school catchments, and there are local shops on Stockbridge Road.

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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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This superb semi-detached 1930s house, of circa 2250 sq ft, was cleverly extended in 2005 and now offers well balanced, spacious accommodation over three floors. During the extension the property was restored with a keen eye for 1930's detail, including attractive fireplaces and stripped wooden floors. Situated in the catchment area for Western, Westgate schools and close to Peter Simmonds Sixth Form College, it will certainly appeal to families. In addition, for the commuter the national railway station is a short walk away giving access to the mainline service to London Waterloo.

This superb semi-detached 1930s house, of circa 2250 sq ft, was cleverly extended in 2005 and now offers well balanced, spacious accommodation over three floors. During the extension the property was restored with a keen eye for 1930’s detail, including attractive fireplaces and stripped wooden floors. Situated in the catchment area for Western, Westgate schools and close to Peter Simmonds Sixth Form College, it will certainly appeal to families. In addition, for the commuter the national railway station is a short walk away giving access to the mainline service to London Waterloo.

On entering the property, the large, welcoming entrance hall gives access to all the principal reception rooms. The sitting room is a lovely space with built in cupboards and shelving units and a gas feature fireplace. At the end of the entrance hall is the heart of the house, a large open plan kitchen/ dining room. This kitchen links into the conservatory and snug which is a lovely cosy space with open fireplace and built in shelving units. From the kitchen there a couple of steps leading down to the useful utility room with larder cupboard, sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Beyond the utility room is the study area which has a lovely view over the garden. The ground floor is concluded with a W.C.

Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first-floor landing and then the master bedroom, three further bedrooms which are serviced by the good-sized family bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower cubicle. Stairs lead up to the second floor with another bedroom which is a good-sized double bedroom and a small bathroom can be found.

Outside to the front of the property is ample off-road parking for several cars. The south facing rear garden is lovely, with established plants and trees, including an apple tree. There is a paved patio area, with the remainder laid to lawn.

Directions
From our offices in Southgate Street, turn left into the High Street and at the mini-roundabout turn right into Upper High Street, and then left over the railway line and right down St. Pauls Hill. At the roundabout turn left into Stockbridge Road and proceed past the row of shops and take the left into Fordington Road. Go straight across Cheriton Road onto Fordington Avenue and the property can be found on the left-hand side.

Location
Fordington Avenue is superbly positioned for easy access to the mainline railway station (links to London Waterloo in approximately 55 minutes), and city with its high street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and of course the city’s historic cathedral. The property benefits from being in the Western Primary and Westgate Secondary school catchments, and there are local shops on Stockbridge Road.

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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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