Fantastic townhouse adjacent to the Arbour

Fantastic townhouse adjacent to the Arbour

Forming part of an exclusive conversion of a former Victorian hospital close to the centre of Winchester, this fantastic townhouse offers versatile accommodation perfect for a permanent home, or city bolt hole. Converted in 2003 and believed to date back to the 1830s, the property has retained its original character with tall ceilings and large sash windows which combine to create a light and airy atmosphere.

Arranged over three floors, the house has a bright kitchen/breakfast room with lovely French doors opening to the south facing courtyard garden. The room is well fitted and through the summer months it is easy to imagine spilling out into the paved garden to enjoy alfresco meals. On the other side of the entrance hall is a dining room or study which has windows to the front and rear. There is also a ground floor cloakroom.

The wide staircase rises to the first floor where the sitting room has sash windows to the front and rear and on the opposite side of the landing is a bedroom with its own shower room.

The largest bedroom lies on the top floor from where there are lovely views from this elevated position over the grounds and beyond the city towards the Downs. The third bedroom looks across to the Arbour and there is a shared bathroom between these rooms.

An area of garden at the front is enclosed by railings and this is an ideal low maintenance arrangement which is the perfect backdrop for seasonal plants in pots. The larger courtyard at the rear has the sunny aspect and again has been designed with minimal maintenance for an easy lifestyle.

The house has an allocated parking space and there is visitor parking within the development.

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