This excellent, family home has an enormous amount going for it for families, including its location within the catchment for St Bede C of E Primary School, and wonderfully arranged accommodation with a good size garden, and not least because of its proximity to Winchester’s mainline railway station.The property has been in the same ownership for over 40 years and has been tastefully updated over that time to produce a home with ample reception spaces, including open plan sitting/dining room for entertaining and family gatherings.The inner porch gives access to the garage which is situated to the front of the house with lighting and power. The welcoming central entrance hall leads firstly to a snug area. The open plan sitting/dining room is the heart of the home, with gas feature fireplace, large window overlooking the garden and sliding patio doors in the dining area onto the garden. A modern fully fitted kitchen is situated to the front of the house with base and eye level units and space for an upright fridge aswell as space and plumbing for a washing machine. Further integrated appliances include a dishwasher, double oven with microwave combi oven. There is side access from here onto the garden. A good size WC completes the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms, a generous size single bedroom and a family bathroom with bath and shower over.One of the main attributes of this property is the good-sized south-east facing garden at the rear. The space is excellent; benefitting from a corner plot, a patio leads round to the the wrap around garden, and beyond this is a sizeable lawn with mature shrub and flower borders, and useful garden shed. There is another area of lawn at the front alongside the drive, which has ample parking in front of the garage.Location:Abbey Hill Road is a quiet residential street on the northern fringes of Winchester, ideally located to give easy access to Winchester railway station. It is a short walk to the high street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museum and of course the city‘s historic cathedral. The M3 motorway, A34 and A303 are also easily accessible from this location. The property is situated within the St Bede Primary and Westgate Secondary School catchments.Directions:From our office in Southgate Street turn left into the High Street and take the second exit at the roundabout, following the one-way system down to the traffic lights. Proceed straight across and take the second right onto Worthy Lane. Take the third left into Northlands Drive and Abbey Hill Road is on the right.
This lovely period property offers practical and stylish family accommodation which has been cleverly and stylishly reconfigured to maximise the available space. Many of the desirable features of the house’s age are evident, including lovely high ceilings, picture rails and cornicing, while modern improvements include wooden double-glazed sash windows and a successful loft conversion. The property is superbly located for the City centre, Winchester mainline station and the local schools and nurseries and planning has been approved for a rear extension to include utility room, downstairs WC and kitchen/family room whilst still maintaining the patio area.The inviting hallway leads to a most welcoming sitting room at the front which is wonderfully light with a bay window and a period fireplace. Beyond this is a separate dining room, with sliding doors between the two so they can be used as one large room if required. Useful storage cupboards are situated under the stairs. At the rear of the house is a lovely kitchen which is well appointed and bright, with ample fitted units providing plenty of cupboard space and a beautiful view onto the garden. Integrated appliances include a double oven and four ring induction hob and there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher as well as space for an upright fridge/freezer. The garden can be accessed from here via a side patio door.The first floor has two good-sized double bedrooms, one at the front and one at the rear rear, with fitted wardrobes, and a further bedroom lies in the middle. A modern family bathroom with bath and rainfall shower over completes the accommodation on this floor. Stairs lead to the converted attic, which is a lovely bright room currently used as the master bedroom. There is access to the loft storage from this floor.Outside to the rear of the house is a very attractive garden, with patio area immediately outside. The garden is mainly laid to lawn bordered by mature shrubs and a selection of plants and flowers, while there is a shed at the bottom of the garden. At the front of the house there is a small front garden bordered by a low wall and with an attractive tiled path leading to the front door. A gate to the side provides useful access to the rear garden from the front. Permit parking is available in Zone I.Location:Monks Road is situated in the sought-after area of Hyde and is superbly positioned for easy access to the mainline railway station (links to London Waterloo in approximately 60 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 house is situated in the catchment for good local schools, namely St Bede primary and Westgate all-through school.Directions:From our offices in Southgate Street, turn right at the traffic lights and follow the road round to the left onto Jewry Street. At the next set of lights go straight over into Hyde Street. Take the third right into King Alfred Place, then turn left into Saxon Road, and turn right opposite the King Alfred public house into Monks Road.
This charming three bedroom Victorian house dates back to the 1890s and occupies a great position in Central Winchester, situated very conveniently for the train station and city centre. There is potential to extend into the loft subject to relevant planning permissions.The welcoming hallway has direct access to a good size sitting room with gas fire, and through to a bright kitchen which has a good array of base and eye-level units and space and plumbing for a washing machine and under-counter fridge. A door from here leads to a good sized, useful storage cupboard situated under the stairs, and there is a pantry leading off the rear of the kitchen. Another door leads to a larger than average and recently refurbished WC, and one can also access the garden directly from the rear of the kitchen. Stairs rise to the first floor from the entrance hall, where three bedrooms can be found; the master and second bedrooms are both doubles and feature attractive period style fireplaces. The modern family bathroom has been refurbished and includes bath with electric shower over.Outside to the front of the property there is a small manageable garden and side access is available to the rear garden. At the rear of the house, stairs lead down to the generous size garden which is mainly laid to lawn with patio area and includes a garden store cupboard and pond. Permit Parking is available in the nearby roads.Location:Located in the desirable area of Hyde in Winchester city centre and close to the railway station, with links to London Waterloo in approximately 55 minutes. A short walk to the high street shops, boutiques, discovery centre, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and of course the city’s historic cathedral. The M3 motorway, A34 and A33 are also easily accessible from this location. The property benefits from being in the St Bede and Westgate school catchments.Directions:By foot from our office on Southgate Street, proceed along Jewry Street onto Hyde Street. Take the first road on the left into Swan Lane, and the property can be found halfway up on the right hand side.
This attractive period property will appeal greatly to those who want generous room sizes, as well as the benefits of excellent local schools nearby, including Western Primary, Westgate Secondary and Peter Symonds Sixth Form College. The house has been renovated over the years providing a wonderful contemporary dining / kitchen and a superb converted attic, helping to produce a comfortable and stylish family home whilst Victorian origins remain.The balance of the accommodation is first class; an entrance porch leads to a welcoming sitting room with beautiful feature fireplace. The contemporary dinning/kitchen provides access to a wine-cellar, built-in oven with five ring gas hob and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Overlooking the garden, the home office is a great addition to the property. A traditional glass and timber door provides access to a well-stocked garden.The first floor is cleverly arranged to accommodate two good bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes, and a good size family bathroom with bath and shower over. Stairs rise to the second floor where the converted attic can be found, a surprisingly large space used as a bedroom for many years. The Attic has exposed brick and chalk walls, an immense amount of natural light and velux windows enjoying rooftop views over Fulflood.A very pretty garden at the rear has an area of patio immediately outside the patio door, an area of lawn with a selection of plants and shrubs, including pear trees and, at the rear, a useful storage shed. To the front is a low maintenance front garden accessed via a gate.Location:Superbly positioned for easy access to the mainline railway station, which is just at the bottom of the road (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 house is situated in the catchment for good local schools including Western Primary and Westgate Secondary, and is close to Peter Symonds College and its grounds. The road itself is very desirable, being populated with some of the more substantial houses available to Winchester buyers.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. Turn left at the next roundabout into Stockbridge Road and the property can be found on the right-hand side.
This well-presented, bright end of terrace townhouse is situated in a prime residential street in Fulflood and is within walking distance to the city centre and train station. The house boasts generously proportioned rooms and allocated off street parking.The front door leads to a hallway giving access to a good size double bedroom to the front, a WC and the sitting room. The bright sitting room is south easterly facing and lies at the rear of the property with large window and double doors onto a Juliet balcony. An electric fireplace and exposed wooden flooring complete the interior of this room.Stairs from here lead down to a modern open plan kitchen/dining room with a range of base and eye level units and plenty of space for a large table and chairs. Integrated appliances include fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, microwave and four ring gas hob. Double patio doors lead out onto the garden. An amazing cellar store can also be accessed from the kitchen providing plenty of storage space. There is lighting and power as well as space for a freezer and tumble dryer and plumbing for a washing machine.Up on the second floor there are two further double bedrooms, the master bedroom is lovely and bright and benefits from built in wardrobes running the whole width of the room. The spacious family bathroom has a bath and separate shower cubicle and a useful storage cupboard on the landing complete this floor.Outside to the rear of the property is a patio area with a selection of plants and shrub border, and steps lead up to an area of decking. Double gates from here open out onto two allocated parking spaces – a rarity for this area. Permit parking is also available on the road.Location:Fairfield Road 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 house is situated in the catchment for good local schools including Western Primary, Lower Westgate and Westgate Secondary, and is close to Peter Symonds College and its grounds. The road itself is very desirable, being populated with some of the more substantial period houses available to Winchester buyers.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. Go straight over the next roundabout onto Stockbridge Road and Fairfield Road is the first road on the right hand side. The property can be found on the right hand side.
This attractive, beautifully presented period house has a tasteful mix of character charm and a pleasing contemporary décor. The property is conveniently placed for the city and station and is in the catchment for the sought-after St Bede Primary and Westgate Secondary schools.On the ground floor the front door opens into a porchway leading into the kitchen. The kitchen is well-appointed and bright, with fitted units providing ample cupboard space and a butler style sink. Beyond the kitchen is the sitting room with stairs leading upto the first floor. At the rear of the property lies the dining room with double patio doors onto the garden.On the first floor two bedrooms and a family bathroom share the space.The pleasant rear garden is laid to patio with a brick-built shed and plumbing for a washing machine. Permit parking is available on the road.Location:Upper Brook Street is superbly positioned for 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 house is situated in the catchment for good local schools including St Bede Primary and Westgate Secondary and there is also a fitness centre nearby aswell as riverside walks.Directions:Leaving on foot from the Winkworth office in Winchester, proceed to the end of Southgate Street and turn right onto the High Street. Follow the road round to the left onto Jewry Street and take the first right onto St Georges Street. Upper Brook Street is the third road on the left, and the property can be found on the left hand side.
This pretty period terraced house is superbly located in Oram’s Arbour, one of Winchester’s most sought after locations just a stone’s throw from the station and city. The property has been sympathetically modernised and is beautifully presented throughout, with an attractive contemporary décor. There is great potential to convert the loft and cellar, subject to the relevant planning permission.Steps lead up to the front door where a porch leads through to a large open-plan sitting/family room, which has an open fireplace and French doors out to the front garden. Stairs accessed from the sitting room lead down to the useful cellar. At the rear of the house lies a wonderful newly fitted Harvey Jones kitchen which is beautifully appointed and incredibly bright with ample fitted units, plenty of space for a table and chairs, a downstairs cloakroom and French doors onto the garden. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a stylish bathroom.Outside at the front of the house is a small garden enclosed by fencing. The sunny rear garden is fully enclosed and feels very private with French doors from the dining room opening onto the patio which is perfect for al fresco dining. Steps lead up to a raised area of lawn surrounded by shrubs and plants, and further steps lead to the garage, which is accessed via Middle Road or West End Terrace and has an off road parking space in front of it. Permit parking is available in Zone J.Location:North View 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 house is situated in the catchment for good local schools, namely Western Primary and Westgate Secondary. The M3 motorway, A34 and A33 are also easily accessible from this location. Despite its central position the house is excellently placed on a relatively peaceful road in the sought after and friendly location of Oram’s Arbour.
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.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.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.
An exciting opportunity to acquire a substantially extended detached home which has undergone refurbishment. This four bedroom detached home is one of three houses on the development. The entire property is modern and sleek in design and spacious and bright due to its large windows.The layout has been thoughtfully planned to accomodate modern family life. The ground floor comprises a welcoming spacious entrance hall leading to a downstairs WC and useful utility room with door to the front and space for a tumble dryer and washing machine. The family room is a good size and situated to the front of the house along side a good size storage cupboard under the stairs. To the rear of the ground floor the open plan kitchen/dining room is the heart of this family home. The beautifully appointed and spacious kitchen is complete with neff integrated applicances which include fridge/freezer, microwave and oven, four ring halogen hob and dishwasher. There is a range of base and eye level units and a well designed island with breakfast bar in the centre and enjoys under-floor heating as does the entire ground floor. The garden can be accessed from here via large sliding patio doors. Double doors lead from the kitchen into the sitting room which is lovely and bright also with sliding patio doors onto the garden.The first floor consists of three double bedrooms (master with smart en-suite rainfall shower room) and a good size single bedroom. Bedrooms three and four both enjoy views of the countryside. The modern family bathroom has a bath and shower over. An airing cupboard on the bright landing completes the first floor accommodation.Outside to the front there is driveway parking for a number of vehicles and the side access either side leads to the good size, neat private rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a patio steps from the house.Location:Alresford Road is superbly positioned for easy access to the mailine railway station (links to London Waterloo in approximately 55 minutes) and city with its high street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, thatre, cinema, museums and of course the city’s historical cathedral. The propery is in the Westgate School Catchment and St. Swithun’s School is also situated within close promimity. The M3 motorway, A34 and A33 are easily accessible from this location.Directions:From the Winkworth office in Southgate Street, proceed onto Jewry Street and take the right hand lane and merge onto North Walls. In the left hand lane pass the fire station on the right, and proceed into Union Street and continue onto Eastgate Street. At the roundabout take the first exit to Bridge Street and straight over the mini roundabout onto Magdalen Hill. Continue onto Alresford Road and the properties can be found on the unadopted road on the left.
This attractive, detached property dates from the late 1940s and offers well-balanced accommodation over two floors with good-sized rooms throughout and a great garden. There is ample scope to adapt the house and perhaps extend, subject to the relevant planning permissions, to produce an even larger family home if so desired. The pretty rear garden is private and 130 feet long. The property itself is nicely set back from the road behind a neat front garden. All-in-all, an appealing and charming detached property with exceptional potential.On the ground floor there is an entrance hall complete with authentic tiled flooring from which the reception spaces lead and with stairs up to the first floor. The sitting room is bright and spacious and has views front to back with dual aspect windows and sliding doors to the garden. A fireplace provides a lovely centrepiece. The kitchen/breakfast room is also a good size and lies at the back of the house overlooking the garden. There are plenty of fitted units, with integrated appliances that include an oven with four ring gas hob. There is a generous-sized sitting/dining room beyond the kitchen with access onto the patio and garden as well as a WC and a side-door entrance to a large garage.Stairs rise from the hallway to the bright first floor landing where there are three good-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is a particularly impressive room stretching from front to back, with fitted wardrobes and en-suite with bath and shower over. Loft access is given from the landing which has been used as an office in previous years.The beautiful and mature private rear garden is a ? of an acre and is a real feature of the property, mainly laid to lawn with patio area. The garden is flanked by hedges and shrubs and includes apple trees and a shed which is situated at the rear of the garden. Side access to the property leads to a smart, front garden mainly laid to lawn. A double garage is located to one side of the house with lighting and power and there is parking on the driveway to the front of this.Location:Andover Road North is situated on the northern fringes of Winchester, well placed to give easy access to the mainline railway station and local shops on Priors Dean Road and Stoney Lane. The City centre is within easy reach, with its High Street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and the City‘s historic Cathedral. The M3 motorway, A34 and A303 are also easily accessible from this location. The property is in the catchment for very good local schools, including Sparsholt primary, Henry Beaufort secondary and Peter Symonds Sixth Form College is also nearby and is recognised for its outstanding results for pre-university education.Directions:From our office in Southgate Street, proceed straight across the traffic lights onto Jewry Street. At the crossroads bear left into City Road and at the next set of traffic lights turn right into Andover Road. Proceed along Andover Road over the railway bridge, past Stoney Lane. Andover Road becomes Andover Road North and the property is on the left.
34 properties for Sale in Winchester, and a further
15 properties for Rent in Winchester
This can be broken down as follows, 11 detached houses for sale in Winchester,
10 semi detached houses for sale in Winchester, 7 terraced houses for sale in Winchester,
and 0 bungalows for sale in Winchester
The average property sold price in Winchester is £519,646
Nearest Stations to Winchester
Winchester Station is 0.59 miles from Winchester
Shawford Station is 3.70 miles from Winchester
Chandlers Ford Station is 7.06 miles from Winchester
Eastleigh Station is 7.48 miles from Winchester
Nearest Schools to Winchester
Osborne School is 0.35 miles from Winchester
Peter Symonds College is 0.42 miles from Winchester
Lanterns Nursery School is 0.46 miles from Winchester
St Bede Church of England Primary School is 0.61 miles from Winchester
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