Superb City Centre period home.
Dating from 1450, this Grade II Listed, former hall is now a charming home which has been extremely well looked after by the current owners and now provides well-proportioned accommodation over three floors. The house has many features that you would expect of a house of this era, but has a lovely modern feel to it. Of particular note is the impressive drawing room, with painted wood panelling, an inglenook fireplace in which sits a wood burning stove. There is a further lovely bright sitting room which has double doors out onto the garden. There is a further dining room which leads into the kitchen, which has an Aga and separate electric oven and gas hob and range of wall and base units. A stable door leads out onto the garden. A cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor there is a fabulous principal bedroom where the history of the house is evident with the vaulted ceiling and exposed brick chimney breast. there is a built in wardrobe. There are three further bedrooms (bedroom 4 is currently used as a dressing room) a bathroom and a separate shower room on this floor. The top floor provides two attic rooms, which are
ideal for hobby rooms and plenty of storage.
To the rear of the house is an impressive, in fact, award winning garden. Designed by Hambrooks in 2005 the garden makes the most of the Southerly aspect and provides secluded spaces for outdoor seating and dining in a peaceful environment. A water feature intersects the cleverly designed planting scheme. The house also benefits from an allocated, off street parking space.
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There is something very special about this house, its been very well looked after and stylishly presented, and sits in the heart of historic Winchester.Lindsay Johnn