4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleArthur Road, Winchester, SO23
Withdrawn from Market
Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, Drawing Room, Contemporary Open Plan Reception, Kitchen, Utility Room, Three Double Bedrooms, Single Bedroom, Bathroom, Potential for Loft Conversion, Front & Rear Gardens, Residents On Street Parking
Situated within the most sought after road, and home to some of the largest Victorian houses, within Hyde, this well proportioned house has a wide and welcoming hallway behind a beautiful recessed front door with leaded stained glass slips and a window on a half landing which floods the property with plenty of natural light. The drawing room has a bay window to the front and a traditional style fireplace. The real 'wow factor' is the rear and side return extension which creates one large open plan 'live in style' kitchen/sitting/dining room ideal for family living or entertaining, with a centralised island unit with a cantilevered breakfast bar, from the kitchen this neatly leads into the sitting or family room which has exposed brickwork and an array of storage space flanking the fireplace, this in turn opens into the dining room which has folding doors that draw back completely and open out onto the deck. The first floor has three double bedrooms, a single and a refitted contemporary bathroom suite. Planning permission (ref: 08/00680/FUL) was granted to create a substantial master bedroom and bathroom in the loft. Externally, the landscaped garden has a barbeque bench, striking water feature and storage. The garden is enclosed with an original wall to one side and a modern render and wood combination to the other. Hyde and is superbly positioned for easy access to the mainline railway station (links to London Waterloo in approximately 59 minutes), and city with its high street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and, of course, the city's historic cathedral. The house is situated in the catchment for good local schools, namely St Bede Primary and Westgate Secondary, as well as Peter Symonds VI Form College.
Recessed entrance porch over original front door, with attractive leaded light stained windows and slips either side, opening into:
A bright, airy and welcoming hallway with painted floorboards, architectural style radiator, original arch with corbels, coved ceiling, wide staircase rising to first floor with a window on the half landing providing an abundance of natural light, fitted cupboard under stairs with shelving and hanging space, door into:
Two casement windows to side aspect, low level W.C., wash hand basin inset into vanity top with cupboard below, radiator, recessed ceiling lighting.
4.83m (15'10'') x 3.64m (11'11'')
Large bay window to the front aspect with fitted sash openers and fitted shutter blinds, original ceiling cornice, picture rail, marble fireplace with cast iron insert and currently with gas fire, recessed ceiling lighting.
8.45m (27'9'') x 5.45m (17'11'')
Fitted to one end of the large open-plan space is the kitchen which comprises an island unit with stone work surface and double sink with mono-block mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, pull-out bin drawer, combination oven, fitted with a range of base and eye-level units, Neff stainless steel oven with warming drawer below and Neff four ring induction hob with stainless steel work surface, fitted pan drawers, pull-out larder cupboards, integrated American style fridge/freezer, recessed ceiling lighting, painted floorboards, door to side aspect, opening into:
Exposed brick work wall, recessed ceiling lighting, centralised fireplace with slate effect hearth and floating style bookshelves either side.
5.36m (17'7'') x 5.29m (17'4'')
Neatly divided by an ingenious full-width glazed ceiling light the original dining room is neatly linked to the modern dining room extension. Bi-folding doors open along the entire back of the property bringing the garden into the house and vice versa, recessed ceiling lighting, stripped and painted floorboards with under-floor heating, fitted low level banquet seating with storage.
Fitted with a base unit with stainless steel sink and drainer unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for combined gas fired boiler with hot water tank, fitted cupboards.
First Floor Landing:
Stairs rise from the ground floor onto a half landing with window to side aspect with sash openers and fitted shutter blinds, recessed ceiling lighting, coved ceiling.
4.82m (15'10'') x 3.68m (12'1'')
Large bay window to front aspect with a view along Egbert Road, fitted shutter blinds, original ceiling cornice and original cast iron fireplace with tiled slips and hearth.
4.59m (15'1'') x 3.33m (10'11'')
Window to rear aspect with sash opener, original cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth with a fitted double wardrobe to one side, recessed ceiling lighting.
4.15m (13'7'') x 2.92m (9'7'')
Window to side aspect with sash opener, fireplace recess, radiator, recessed ceiling lighting.
3.65m (12'0'') x 1.66m (5'5'')
Window to front aspect, again with a view down Egbert Road and fitted shutter blinds, recessed ceiling lighting, coved ceiling.
Double aspect with partly obscured windows to the rear and side aspect, fitted with a modern contemporary suite comprising fitted panel enclosed bath with shower over, low level W.C., wash hand basin inset into vanity top with fitted cupboards below, fitted with a range of mirrored cabinets, chrome ladder style heated towel rail, stripped and polished floorboards, extractor fan, recessed ceiling lighting, access to loft.
14.52m (47'8'') x 5.45m (17'11'') Approx.
A fantastic space which is ripe for conversion to provide a super master bedroom and en-suite if desired.
Behind a low level wall with tiled path to front door, flower and shrub borders and additional tiled path to the other side leading to a gate into the rear garden.
A major feature of the house is the super landscaped garden which allows a seamless link into the house. Directly behind the property is a decked area which meets the interior floor, delineated only by neatly folding doors. The garden is completely enclosed; to one side by modern rendered wall with a stone stand ideal for a barbeque and water feature which links into a lower level water feature. To the other side is a red brick wall, whilst to the rear is a storage shed with a delightful old painted door providing access onto the allotments. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a path running down one side, with access to the front garden via two gates.
Proceed on foot from our offices onto Jewry Street. At the next set of lights go straight over into Hyde Street. At the T-junction go right onto Worthy Lane (B3045) then take the next right into Arthur Road where the property can be found on the left hand side.
Strictly by appointment through Belgarum Estate Agents (01962 844460).
All mains services are connected.
Band F (rate for 2016/17 £2,161.33pa).
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