St. Swithun Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9JP | Property for sale | Savills
825 sq ft(76.64 sq m)
Guide price £775,000(€883,664)

St. Swithun StreetWinchester, Hampshire, SO23 9JP

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in December 2023
  • Bespoke, open plan kitchen and living space with bi-folding doors to the garden
  • Carefully designed and beautifully executed renovation
  • South facing courtyard garden
  • Attractive views of Winchester Cathedral and the surrounding area
  • Available with no onward chain

A beautifully restored period home located within this enviable cathedral street. Deceptively spacious interior and finished to an exacting standard, the calibre of which is rarely found.

About this property

  • Upon entering, the property immediately reveals itself and exceeds all expectations, with a perfect blend of charming characterful features that have been cleverly entwined with modern and luxurious fixtures and fittings throughout the property.

    The versatile reception room at the front of the property is currently utilised as a snug/sitting room but equally could act as an occasional ground floor bedroom. A particularly highlight is the fabulous open plan kitchen/living room featuring bi-folding doors to a courtyard garden. The fully fitted kitchen features high quality built in appliances and a Miele oven and hob. The space has been expertly configured to maximise storage, allow for plenty of work top space on the centre island and create a social entertaining hub for when guests visit. There is cloakroom and WC that completes the ground floor. The principal bedroom occupies the front of the property and contains two built in cupboards and attractive views towards Winchester cathedral. There is a further, surprisingly spacious bedroom and a beautifully fully fitted family bathroom with an abundance of natural light from a skylight.

    Venturing to the second floor where the views of Winchester cathedral are some of the best, there is a third double bedroom with space plenty of eave storage. The room is bright, spacious and feels luxurious as a result of the clever use of materials such as oak and high quality carpeting throughout.

    OUTSIDE
    Accessed from the bi-folding doors there is a south facing courtyard garden, ideal for potted plants and trees. With plenty of space to dine al fresco, this additional reception space could be utilised all year round.

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A beautifully restored period home on one of Winchester's finest residential streets.

Robert TottleProperty agent

Local information

  • Situated near to the 13th Century Church of St Swithun and one of the city's ancient gates leading to Winchester Cathedral, this charming home is within enviable proximity to much of what makes the city so special. This highly attractive area of Winchester is known for its narrow streets with many historically important houses of exceptional architecture and being within a quiet Conservation Area.
  • There are many lovely walks through the Cathedral streets passing the Wykeham Arms Public House and out on to the Itchen Navigation, water meadows, St Catherine's Hill and directly on to the South Downs National Park beyond. The city has become renowned for its pedestrianised high street, excellent shopping, independent cafes/bars and restaurants as well as the superb Royal Theatre, and newly established Sports and Leisure Park.
  • Schooling in the area is very highly regarded and has become a particular draw to the city with a broad selection of private or comprehensive education. Including Pilgrims, St Bede's Primary, Winchester College, St Swithun's, Kings School and Peter Symonds, there is a wide variety for all educational needs nearby.
  • Winchester is very well connected via road and rail with London Waterloo being around 58 minutes from the city's railway station. The M3 allows easy access to London and the South coast connecting with the M27 and Southampton Airport which serves a growing number of destinations worldwide. The A34 to the north provides access to Oxford, the Midlands and the A303 to the West Country.

Additional information

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