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This attractive Grade II listed cottage is packed with period features such a stripped floor boards, exposed beams, open fires and latch doors.
Having been in the same ownership since 1976, the property now offers wonderful scope for someone to stamp their own mark upon it.
An original front door leads into the 17ft sitting room with an inglenook fireplace creating an attractive focal point. The room boasts exposed ceiling beams and a dual aspect with windows to both the front and rear gardens and a door leading to the rear terrace. In the dining room there are more exposed beams and a further fireplace, this room also boasts an attractive view over the front garden, whilst a door leads through to an inner hall and the kitchen at the rear of the property. The dual aspect kitchen comprises wooden units, accommodates a small breakfast table and provides a door on to the garden. On the first floor, there are three bedrooms, one of which is a walk through room to the master bedroom. All the bedrooms are served by the family bathroom on this level.
The property is set just 4 miles to the north east of Winchester city centre and train station and is within the South Downs National Park, offering fabulous scenery and country pursuits on the doorstep. Easton is a popular village with two well regarded public houses, church, village hall and cricket club. Winchester's bustling city centre offers a superb range of amenities including cinema, theatre, bars, restaurants, High Street shops and independent boutiques. The mainline station has rail links to London Waterloo in under an hour and the A33/A34 and M3 road networks are also easily accessible. The area is also incredibly well served by excellent state and private schools.
The property benefits from attractive gardens to both the front and rear. To the front there is a level area of lawn edged by hedging with a paved path to the front door. To the rear, the garden comprises a paved terrace adjacent to the property beyond which is a level area of lawn with fenced boundaries and a variety of shrubs. To the far end of the garden is a further paved area with a timber summer house and rear pedestrian gate.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Winchester City Council
SERVICES: All mains services. Gas central heating.
Two Further Bedroom (one walk-through)
Front & Rear Gardens
Sought After Village Location.
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