A stylishly presented period townhouse in a select private development in a sought-after village

Dating back to around 1870 and converted from the former Winchfield Hospital in 1985, an elegant end terrace townhouse which offers flexible accommodation arranged over two floors, cleverly combining the conveniences of modern living with a wealth of retained character features including high ceilings and large sash windows.

The ground floor accommodation flows from a generous welcoming reception hall with space for an under-stair work desk and briefly comprises an extensive triple aspect drawing room with feature central fireplace. There is a spacious kitchen with access to a large dual aspect conservatory, currently configured as a sitting/dining room, with vaulted ceiling and French doors to the private rear garden. The kitchen provides a range of bespoke wall and floor units with modern integrated appliances and space for a breakfast table.

On the first floor the property provides a generous dual aspect master bedroom with built-in storage and an en suite shower room. There are two further well-proportioned bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and views over surrounding countryside and a spacious family bathroom.

Outside

The property is approached over a driveway leading through well-maintained manicured communal gardens providing resident and visitor parking and giving access to the property’s outbuilding which incorporates a study, utility room and garage. To the rear, the property benefits from a mature garden laid mainly to level artificial lawn with well-stocked flowerbeds and paved terrace and seating areas, providing ample opportunities for private entertaining and al fresco dining.

Situation

The property is located in a delightful setting in the picturesque village of Winchfield which offers a good range of day-to-day amenities including local shopping, a public house and nearby spa and leisure facilities. The nearby town of Fleet offers a wider selection of shopping facilities including supermarkets together with boutique and High Street shopping, cafés and restaurants. Communications links are excellent: junctions 4a and 5 of the M3 motorway are nearby and mainline railway stations at Winchfield and Fleet both offer a short journey time to Reading or Basingstoke and direct links to London Waterloo in less than an hour.

The range of state schooling in the area is excellent, including Dogmersfield C of E Primary School and Calthorpe Park School. Noted independent schools include St. Neots, Yateley Manor and St. Nicholas’.

Directions

From Strutt & Parker’s Odiham office, turn left onto High Street and continue onto Farnham Road. After 0.5 miles at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto A287 then after 0.4 miles turn right onto London Road (B3016). Follow this road for 0.4 miles then turn right onto Bagwell Lane. After 1.8 miles turn right at Station Road then after 0.8 miles turn left onto Pale Lane. Winchfield Court can be found ahead.

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Ref: ODH190071

Winchfield Court Winchfield Hampshire RG27

Guide Price
£660,000

Ref: ODH190071

Winchfield Court Winchfield Hampshire RG27

Guide Price
£660,000