Guide price £755,000
This property is a striking, detached, two storey house built in 2007 and has attractive brick elevations with highly effective double glazed windows that were fitted two years ago. On the part-rendered, colour washed front elevation there are two bay windows on ground and first floors respectively. The house is beautifully presented offering generously proprtioned accommodation which is rare in newer houses; the front door opens into an entrance hall with an oak floor and the staircase to the first floor. Glazed double doors from the hall leads to the drawing room which has an inglenook style fireplace and wood burning stove. Matching double doors continue in the formal dining room, off which is the extensively fitted kitchen/breakfast room, by Second Nature. There are granite work surfaces a Belfast sink, Britannia Range, dishwasher, fridge freezer, washing machine/dryer and a tiled floor. An oak staircase rises to the first floor, where there are four bedrooms. The principal bedroom is notable because of its size and benefits from an adjoining bathroom. The guest bedroom is also well proportioned and has an adjoining shower room. The two additional bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. The house is approached off Woodland Drove, with a gravel drive in front of the automatic gates. Woodland Drive gives direct access to the South Downs. Once behind the gates there is access to a detached brick and tile double garage with further parking infront. The gardens are extremely private and have been landscaped and planted. The front garden is fenced, and has beech hedges and a lawn with ornamental trees. There are gated paths on either side which lead through to the main garden. There is a paved terrace, lawn, studded with ornamental trees underplanted with spring bulbs and there is a further terrace to the side of the garage. The house is situated to the southern end of the village, set back from the road behind mature hedging and is approached from the rear off Woodland Drove, a country lane, which leads to walks on the South Downs. The village of Twyford lies 4 miles south of the cathedral city of Winchester on the B3335 on the eastern side of the River Itchen, the railway and the motorway. Twyford has first class amenities including shop/post office, restaurant/public house, doctors' surgery, village school, Twyford Preparatory School and there are further local amenities in Colden Common. Twyford is close to first class communications, the M3 is about one mile giving easy access to the M27/M25, Heathrow and the national motorway network. Regular commuter trains run to London Waterloo from Winchester taking approximately 58 minutes, a local station at Shawford, one mile, and Southampton International Airport provides a comprehensive flight service and at Portsmouth there are cross channel ferries.
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