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Open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room
Utility and cloakroom
Principal bedroom and 4 further bedrooms
Bathroom and shower room
Arranged over ground and first floors, this appealing family house is well situated towards the northern edge of the village of Micheldever. An approach across the gravel driveway leads to the front door and into a welcoming hall and from here to the drawing room and kitchen, family room and study. The drawing room and kitchen are at the back of the house thereby enjoying good interaction with the delightful garden. There is a conservatory beyond the kitchen. The family room allows versatility and the study has become even more pertinent in current times.
Upstairs the natural light is particularly notable. All of the bedrooms are of good proportions with a bathroom and shower room serving these rooms. Most have an aspect either towards the garden or over rooftops to open countryside.
Lying on the River Dever, the picturesque and sought after village of Micheldever has a good range of day-to-day amenities including a church, public house, village hall and popular primary school. It also offers a thriving community spirit with a diverse range of village groups and activities. It is surrounded by some beautiful countryside and the area is crisscrossed by footpaths and bridleways including the Wayfarers Walk.
The historic city of Winchester, known to have become one of the most desirable areas of the country, lies nearby. With its attractive streets, it provides an appealing backdrop to a great range of coffee shops, bars, restaurants, speciality boutiques and independent retailers, a Waitrose, a library, theatre and cinema. The property enjoys excellent communication links with easy access to the M3 and A303. Both Micheldever and Winchester offer fast rail links to London Waterloo in around an hour.
The catchment area schools are Micheldever Primary School and Henry Beaufort in Winchester. For independent schools the area offers Princes Mead, Twyford, Farleigh and Pilgrims followed by Winchester College and St Swithun’s. There is also the renowned Peter Symonds 6th Form college in Winchester.
The front garden is predominantly lawn with dense boundaries giving good screening. There are two apple trees, fruit bushes (gooseberry and blackcurrant) and raised beds for vegetables and flowers.The driveway is gravel and leads to the garage. At the back of the house the south west facing garden offers privacy afforded by virtue of well stocked boundaries. A copper beech tree provides a canopy for some useful shade in the summer and there is a small pear tree. Peace and quiet is also a feature here which can be enjoyed from either lawn or terracing.
For more information about this property, please contact Strutt & Parker - Winchester, SO23 on +44 1962 476918 * (local rate)
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