Property Information

A well-proportioned Victorian villa with charm and character aplenty and a beautiful west facing landscaped garden.

Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Sitting/Family Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, Downstairs WC, Four Double Bedrooms, Study/Bedroom Five, Bathroom, Shower Room, West Facing Landscaped Rear Garden, Residents' On-Street Permit Parking

The Property:
This well-proportioned property dates back to 1860 and has family orientated accommodation behind a striking red brick façade with stucco quoining under a tiled roof. The property is set back from the pavement behind a wall and railings with a closely cropped hedge providing privacy with a pedestrian gate to the front door. The welcoming entrance hall has plenty of storage and a polished mahogany handrail that leads up the stairs to the first floor. The drawing room is to the front of the house and has a large bay window, high ceilings with cornicing and a traditional fireplace flanked by bespoke fitted bookcases. The sitting/family room has a fireplace and is a cosier space with doors that open into the large open plan kitchen which has been extended into the side return, and has a roof lantern over the kitchen with a centralised island/ breakfast counter. This space opens to the dining room which has plenty of room for a table and chairs. Twin sets of French doors open out onto the terrace directly behind the house which is a perfect sheltered and private spot ideal for dining al fresco. The first floor has two double bedrooms, as well as bedroom five/study served by a refitted shower room. The second floor is approached via a turning staircase which is flooded with natural light from the rear aspect window. A refitted bathroom with shower and separate bath serves the remaining two double bedrooms. The west facing rear garden has been beautifully landscaped. The lower terrace has steps onto a lawned area and from here a path leads to a further raised terrace and a gate to the residents' on-street permit parking on Edgar Road. To the side of the property is a covered area providing good storage for bikes.

The Location:
Situated in St. Cross which is among one of the most desirable positions within Winchester. Just to the south of the City and located within minutes of the City Centre, St. Cross is particularly well known for its access to The Water Meadows and the pleasant walks they afford into the City Centre, through the ancient part of the City, the college and the Cathedral. The City Centre and its amenities offer first class shopping, a varied range of restaurants, cinema, theatre and sports centre. Communications are excellent, with the mainline railway station running a service to London Waterloo (approximately 60 minutes) and the M3, A34, A303 and M27 all easily accessible. Schools in Winchester are first class, with St. Faith's Primary School nearby being highly sought after. There is a wide variety of further state and private schools in the area including; The Pilgrims' School, Winchester College, Twyford School, Kings' School, Peter Symonds VI Form College and St. Swithun's School about two miles away.

Directions:
Leave the City Centre via Southgate Street which becomes St. Cross Road. Proceed for about half a mile and the property will be found on the right-hand side, identified by our 'For Sale' board.

Viewing:
Strictly by appointment through Belgarum Estate Agents (01962 844460).

Services:
All mains services are connected.

Council Tax:
Band G (rate for 2020/21 £2,968.60pa).