Ivanhoe Terrace, Hyde Street, Winchester


The fascinating project of renovating a period building with a contemporary addition within central Winchester is drawing to a close. Ivanhoe Terrace on Hyde Abbey Road is having the final touches applied in preparation for potential purchasers to view.

Ivanhoe Terrace is set to appeal to professional couples, investors and downsizers seeking an attractive home that’s high on functionality, low on maintenance and big on practicality.

Very much at the heart of city life, this building was formerly the home of the local Women’s Institute. Hyde Abbey Road is well positioned for access into Winchester’s city centre; the leisure centre is just around the corner and the train station just a third of a mile away.

One of these two bedroom houses was sold off plan and another has recently been reserved which means that there is just one home remaining for sale. With a smart new kitchen, lovely bathrooms and an interesting layout, this is a highly appealing property. Each house here at Ivanhoe Terrace has two parking spaces and a pretty outside space near the front door.

Jane Kennerley at Savills News Homes is impressed with the layout of this home which has a superb open plan living room on the first floor, flooded with natural light from large windows and says: “This is a superb space where the natural light is a wonderful feature. This house is also very well positioned not only for a level walk to the city centre but also to acres of open parkland, riverside walks and a nature reserve and the train station is about ten minutes away.”

Robert Weston is a local developer whose business was established with one clear concept at its heart: to design high-calibre developments that the founders would love to live in, play…