Ranelagh Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9TD | Property for sale | Savills
2,735 sq ft(254.09 sq m)
Guide price £1,750,000(€2,043,052)

Ranelagh RoadWinchester, Hampshire, SO23 9TD


    Key features

    • Discreetly positioned and set back from Ranelagh Road
    • A substantial period home ideally positioned for city life and local schooling
    • Charming and private south facing rear garden
    • Four generous bedrooms with period features
    • Garage and plenty of off-street parking
    • Convenient for Winchester city centre and transport links south

    A substantial Victorian home within St Cross a prime location within Winchester. With garaging and a private south facing rear garden viewing is highly advised.

    About this property

    • Denstone House is a classic period town house which the current owners have nurtured and maintained to a high standard throughout their ownership creating a wonderful family home set in a convenient and popular location. The property has an abundance of period features one would expect in a property of this era, including high ceilings, feature fireplaces and original sash windows providing natural light throughout the home. The accommodation is laid out over three floors, with a lower ground floor snug/family room, which is particularly useful, yet versatile in the sense the space could be used in several ways. Of note is the elegant sitting room to the rear of the house with twin double doors leading to the south facing rear terrace. With high ceilings and a dual aspect, the room feels bright and spacious and enjoys attractive views over the charming gardens. The impressive proportions of the
      dining room create a wonderful area to entertain and easy access to the study and kitchen/breakfast room which features a full range of fitted appliances, gas hob/electric oven, plenty of storage and worktop space. A utility room, downstairs WC and access to the double garage complete the ground floor.

      Venturing upstairs there is an attractive and peaceful area ideal for reading, under a large window with views over the local area. The primary suite is generous and includes period features such as ornate cornicing, a pretty ceiling rose, original windows, and a dressing room with a luxurious bathroom. There is a further bedroom and family bathroom that completes the first floor. Moving to the second floor where there are two good sized bedrooms with a central landing and shower room which makes a great area for growing children or guests.

      OUTSIDE
      There is a walled driveway which has been block paved for ease of maintenance and is suitable for parking several vehicles whilst allowing access to the garage via double doors. To the rear of the property and discreetly hidden is a south facing terrace area ideal for dining al fresco, entertaining or just relaxing. A couple of steps lead from the terrace to the garden which is laid to lawn and featuring mature trees, attractive planting, and a summer house which is a peaceful evening retreat. There are useful areas for children's play equipment, garden storage, growing vegetables or for pets.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A substantial period home with a charming south facing garden and garaging. The property is perfectly positioned within a prime location within St Cross, one of Winchester's most sought-after residential areas.

    Robert TottleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Ranelagh Road is in the heart of the desirable residential area of St Cross which lies to the south of the city within a Conservation Area. The property is situated amongst a variety of high-quality housing stock and a short distance from all the amenities of the Cathedral City, including a range of independent shopping, local coffee shops, cultural and other recreational facilities.
    • Whilst Winchester College and Pilgrims prep school are nearby, there are also a broad selection of state and private schools in the area. Including St Faith's, The Westgate School as well as Kings' Secondary School, Henry Beaufort, Twyford Preparatory, Prince's Mead, King Edward's, St Swithun's, Peter Symonds Sixth Form College and Winchester University.
    • The mainline railway station is about 1 mile from the house with regular trains to London Waterloo (in about 1 hour). Road communications are excellent, the M3 can be joined on
    • the south side of Winchester (Junction 11). Travelling south, the M3 links with the M27 coastal motorway and Southampton Airport which serves a growing number of international destinations. To the north the A303 and A34 provide access to
    • the West Country and Midlands, respectively.

    Additional information

    • All mains services connected.
    • Council Tax Band G
    • Freehold
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G