Guide price £1,450,000
In the heart of the village, remarkably private, beautifully proportioned family house, first class secondary accommodation, close to Twyford Prep School and excellent village amenities IMPORTANT NOTICE Full viewings of all properties are being conducted subject to Covid-19 protocol. The property is a detached two storey house built in 1998 and has mellow brick elevations, inset double glazed windows under a pitched tiled and dormered roof. Currently the accommodation is arranged as a main house and a totally self-contained annexe. It is extremely well proportioned extending to over 3000 sq ft. Entrance hall, wood laminate floor, cloakroom, study with connecting door into the annexe, double doors to the drawing room, fireplace, exposed brick chimney breast and oak beamed over mantel, and French doors to the gardens. At the hub of the house is the Kitchen/Dining Room, Shaker style units, polished work surfaces, integrated appliances. Double doors lead to a sitting room, fireplace, wood burning stove, and there are further double doors to the conservatory. Off the kitchen is also a utility room. On the first floor are five bedrooms and two bathrooms. The self-contained annexe has its own front door, hall, cloakroom, sitting room, French doors to the garden, kitchen/dining room, and on the first floor, two bedrooms and a shower room. The sought-after village of Twyford is situated just under five miles to the south east of the city of Winchester in the Itchen Valley and forms part of the South Downs National Park. The village has excellent amenities including a shop/post office, primary school, doctors' surgery, church, public house, hair salon, recreation ground and bowling green, Twyford Preparatory School, and at Shawford there is mainline station to Waterloo line and Southampton. The city of Winchester has a comprehensive shopping centre, numerous other amenities, mainline station to London Waterloo and access on to the M3, northbound to London, M25 and the airports or southbound to the M27, and the south coast conurbation. Outside The property is entered through tall wrought iron gates, hung between lantern capped brick pillars. The gavel driveway provides ample parking and gives access to the double garage. One door has been blocked up for planning reasons and there is a boarded loft area. It would be very simple to convert the garage to a home office/studio. There are two sheds. Surrounding the house are mature gardens which are remarkably private for a central village location. There are shaped terraces, sweeping lawns, shrub borders, trees, greenhouse, vegetable garden. In all to about one third of an acre.
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