Built in 1820, the property is in St Swithun Street, one of the city’s most attractive streets, which borders the Cathedral wall.
The large entrance hall leads to a newly fitted kitchen with range cooker, feature lighting and high-quality built-in appliances.
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A characterful dining room opens on to an attractive drawing room with wood-burning stove, a particular highlight of the property.
Double doors lead to a paved sun terrace and pretty south-facing garden.
On the first floor, you start to see glimpses of Winchester Cathedral and the chimney pots of the surrounding streets to the south.
The master suite features plenty of built-in storage and an impressive en-suite shower room. There are two further bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom.
The cleverly designed top floor delivers a fantastic fourth bedroom and bathroom. Featuring one of the finest views of Winchester Cathedral, this makes a wonderful home office or guest suite.
Enjoy manicured lawns, a variety of raised beds, fruit trees, a water feature, potting shed and a storage room in the tranquil garden of the £1.495m property.
Agent Robert Tottle, of Savills Winchester, said: “This charming period home is in a tranquil setting close to Winchester Cathedral, the High Street and walks out to the water meadows of St Cross. A gem of a local store, Kingsgate Wine & Provisions, is but a two-minute walk from the front door.”
Situated near to the 13th Century Church of St Swithun and one of the city’s ancient gates leading to Winchester Cathedral, this property is in a highly attractive area of Winchester known for its narrow streets, 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.
Winchester is an extremely sought-after location thanks to its historic centre, host of amenities and location, close to the countryside and less than an hour from London by train.
Families are drawn to highly-regarded state and private schools.
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