A well-presented and extended four-to-five-bedroom semi-detached house situated in a sought-after cul-de-sac location only a short walk from Alresford town centre and local infant, junior, and secondary schools.
This deceptively spacious property is accessed via steps leading down to the front door, which enters into a large entrance hall. The hall includes stairs to your left leading up to the first-floor accommodation, a door to your right, which takes you into the open plan sitting/dining area, and a further door ahead that leads to the kitchen. The sitting and dining room features a chimney breast and mantlepiece, and patio doors to the garden. As with many of the windows in the house, these are newly triple-glazed.
The modern kitchen features shaker style units, and leads through to the utility room, cloakroom, and an additional versatile reception room that is currently being used as a home office. This room would also work perfectly as a family room or downstairs bedroom, and together with the cloakroom, has the potential to form an annexe.
Upstairs, the first floor continues to impress with three good sized double bedrooms, including a spacious en-suite shower room, single bedroom and family bathroom.
Externally, there is a good size rear garden with a raised patio area which leads down to the lawn and a new maintenance-free garden shed. To the front of the property is a small lawn, single garage and driveway parking.
Alresford is a charming Georgian town located on the outskirts of the South Downs National Park and boasts an array of stylish independent shops, restaurants, and cafes.
The Watercress steam railway is a key attraction, and highlights in the annual calendar include the Watercress Festival in May and the Alresford (Agricultural) show in September.
Alresford has a close sense of community and houses infant, junior, and secondary schools, as well as several churches. The cathedral city of Winchester is approximately seven miles away and there is easy access to the south coast, the midlands and London via the road network. Winchester and Alton (approximately 25 minutes’ drive) also offer mainline rail access to London. Southampton airport can be reached in approximately 30 minutes’ drive.