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Hill Rise, Twyford, SO21

3 bedroom house

£300 per week (£1,300 per month) Fees may apply

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  • Edwardian end-of-terrace  |  3 bedrooms  |  Open plan reception room  |  Bathroom  |  On street parking  |  Garden  |  Village location

* Twyford St Mary's C of E Primary & The Westgate School (secondary) catchments * Currently being refurbished * Brand new white goods * Attractive Edwardian end-of-terrace * 3 bedrooms * Open plan reception room * Bathroom * Garden * Village location * Epc grade E

This attractive Edwardian end-of-terrace house is beautifully positioned – tucked away, yet in the heart of the village. Dating back to circa 1910, the property displays some charming period features, including ceiling roses, picture rails, cornicing and a pretty fireplace.

On the ground floor, the entrance hall leads into the open plan sitting/dining room with square bay window at the front and double doors opening onto the garden at the rear. A step leads up to the kitchen, which has ample cupboard space and a door out to the garden. Stairs rise to the first floor where there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Outside the front of the house is elevated from the road by a few steps . The rear, south facing garden is mainly laid to lawn with shrubs and a timber shed.

Location
Hill Rise is situated in the picturesque village of Twyford, within a short walk of the village shop, two fantastic pubs, a small coffee shop, doctors surgery, dentist and with easy access to Shawford railway station. The property is also conveniently located for a number of beautiful countryside walks, including the water meadows route which leads to St Catherines Hill and Winchester City Centre. Winchester itself has a mainline railway station (links to London Waterloo in approximately 60 minutes), High Street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and, of course, the City's historic Cathedral. The M3 motorway is easily accessible from this location, and there are good local schools nearby.

Inside Winchester

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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.

More about the Area

What's popular in Winchester?

  • 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.

Gallery

* Twyford St Mary's C of E Primary & The Westgate School (secondary) catchments * Currently being refurbished * Brand new white goods * Attractive Edwardian end-of-terrace * 3 bedrooms * Open plan reception room * Bathroom * Garden * Village location * Epc grade E

This attractive Edwardian end-of-terrace house is beautifully positioned – tucked away, yet in the heart of the village. Dating back to circa 1910, the property displays some charming period features, including ceiling roses, picture rails, cornicing and a pretty fireplace.

On the ground floor, the entrance hall leads into the open plan sitting/dining room with square bay window at the front and double doors opening onto the garden at the rear. A step leads up to the kitchen, which has ample cupboard space and a door out to the garden. Stairs rise to the first floor where there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Outside the front of the house is elevated from the road by a few steps . The rear, south facing garden is mainly laid to lawn with shrubs and a timber shed.

Location
Hill Rise is situated in the picturesque village of Twyford, within a short walk of the village shop, two fantastic pubs, a small coffee shop, doctors surgery, dentist and with easy access to Shawford railway station. The property is also conveniently located for a number of beautiful countryside walks, including the water meadows route which leads to St Catherines Hill and Winchester City Centre. Winchester itself has a mainline railway station (links to London Waterloo in approximately 60 minutes), High Street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and, of course, the City's historic Cathedral. The M3 motorway is easily accessible from this location, and there are good local schools nearby.

Live like a local

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  • Southampton Airport Parkway
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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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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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Latitude: 51.018065 Longitude: -1.316513