Parkland feel to perfect city home

Parkland feel to perfect city home

Parkland feel to perfect city home

There’s a parkland feel to a home new on the market in Winchester, thanks to the calming influence of having Orams Arbour over the rear garden wall.

Yet the property is literally just a short stroll from Winchester station, so reaching Waterloo takes fewer strides than getting to the Theatre Royal or many of the city’s restaurants (although they are not very far away).

The property, in Alison Way, comes complete with allocated and guest parking although city dwellers wanting to eschew car ownership will find the property perfectly placed to enable this.

Created as part of the conversion project for the former St Paul’s Hospital, the two storey mid-terrace house has generous room sizes thanks to its origins as part of an older building dating back to 1900. It was converted to its present layout in 2000 so its period feel is accompanied by all the modern accoutrements of life.

At the front, the kitchen / breakfast room is impressively equipped while at the rear is a living room with a deep period sash window and matching French door into the rear garden.

At mezzanine level on the stairs there’s a cloakroom while the first floor offers two bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes and the master with an en-suite bathroom that mirrors the layout of the family bathroom accessed from the landing.

Attractive courtyard gardens to the front and rear make the property easy to manage, and with the communal grounds of Orams Arbour on the doorstep there is a real feeling of space. There is ready access to highly-rated schools plus excellent transport links.

Guide price is £625,000 (EPC Band D). For more information, contact Carter Jonas on 01962 842742 or email