Crawley, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 2PR | Property for sale | Savills
1,351 sq ft(125.51 sq m)
Guide price £650,000(€769,798)

CrawleyWinchester, Hampshire, SO21 2PR


    Key features

    • Sitting room with fireplace
    • 3 bedrooms
    • Superb position
    • Generous garden
    • Character

    An attractive Grade II listed period cottage set at the heart of this prime Hampshire village.

    About this property

    • Oak Cottage is a particularly attractive Grade II listed period home which is set right at the heart of the sought after village of Crawley.

      The front door opens on to a porch which links through to the entrance hall and then through to the main sitting room with its open fireplace being a real feature. This room links directly through to the dining room which again has its own open fireplace – a great room for entertaining. The kitchen comes with a range of floor and wall mounted units comprising cupboard and drawer sections with work surfaces over, a door opens out on to the rear gardens. A bedroom on the ground floor has its own en suite shower room and there is a further shower room/cloakroom on the ground floor.

      On the first floor are two bedrooms, a principal with en suite shower room, the other bedroom having a cloakroom. There is a family bathroom on this floor.

      OUTSIDE
      The property is approached via a long drive which provides parking for numerous vehicles. There are level lawns at the front with established boundary. There is a secure gate which provides access down the side of the property to the rear garden. The rear garden has well established boundaries and has a generous lawn area ideal for recreation.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is a delightful home set in what is probably one of Winchesters most sought after villages.

    Giles MuddleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Oak Cottage is located in the delightful village of Crawley, in the heart of the Hampshire countryside between the city of Winchester and traditional market town of Stockbridge. The village is extremely pretty, with an array of period houses, a charming duck pond and public house, The Fox. Stockbridge provides an excellent range of day to day necessities as well as several pubs, restaurants, hotels and galleries. The historic city of Winchester offers a wealth of amenities including shops, restaurants, a farmers' market, Cathedral and the Theatre Royal.
    • There are a number of well-regarded preparatory and secondary schools in the surrounding area including; Farleigh School, Twyford, Pilgrims Prep, Prince's Mead, Winchester College, St Swithun's School for Girls, Peter Symonds Sixth Form College and Winchester University.
    • The surrounding countryside is renowned for chalk stream fishing and the nearby River Test is regarded by many to be one of the best fly-fishing rivers in the country, the River Itchen is also only a short distance away. Golf is available at Leckford, Royal Winchester, South Winchester and Hockley. There are numerous opportunities for walking and riding with a good network of footpaths and bridleways nearby. The area is also set along the Pilgrims Way, an ancient trail stretching some 150 miles across Hampshire, Surrey and Kent.
    • Communications in the area are excellent, with the M3, A34 and A303 providing links towards London, Southampton, Oxford and the West Country. There is a regular train service from Winchester to London Waterloo taking from about 58 minutes.

    Additional information

    • Mains water, electric and gas. Private drainage (septic tank).
    • Freehold
    • Council Tax Band E
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E