Wisteria Cottage
1,250 sq ft(116.13 sq m)
Guide price £650,000

Wisteria CottageMarshalls Yard, Jacklyns Lane, Alresford, SO24 9JH


    Key features

    • Character cottage
    • Two double bedrooms, each with an en suite
    • Fitted wardrobes in both bedrooms
    • Wonderful original features
    • Wood burner stove in living area
    • Charming fully fitted kitchen
    • Downstairs W.C
    • Allocated parking space

    A charming two bedroom refurbished cottage with allocated parking, just 0.1miles to West Street, Alresford.

    About this property

    • This delightful 2 bedroom cottage has been wonderfully refurbished to include stylish living accommodation on the ground floor and well designed bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and their own en suites on the first floor.

      Conveniently located, just 0.1miles to West Street, Alresford

      *please note, images are of the show home Holly Cottage

    Marshalls Yard retains some spectacular period features in this delightful set of homes cantered around the renovation of a row of cottages from the eighteenth century

    Jane KennerleyProperty agent

    Local information

    • Alresford is a beautiful Hampshire market town seven miles east of Winchester that takes its name from the River Arle, a tributary of the larger River Itchen to the west. The town is well served by local schools, with Sun Hill Infant and Junior schools, Cheriton Primary and the Perins Community School in Alresford itself. You will also find a selection of traditional stores, niche shops, quaint tea rooms and some great restaurants.
    • The weekly market is held on Thursday mornings in Broad Street and a separate ‘Prod-Grow' market, dedicated to local food and produce, on the first Sunday of the month. Of course the most famous food to be produced in Alresford is watercress, which has been commercially grown in the town's chalk streams and ditches for more than 100 years and is celebrated each year at a dedicated Watercress Festival.