3 bedroom house for saleEaston, Winchester, Hampshire
Guide Price £895,000
- 2 Reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast area
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Off-street parking
A lovely converted chapel dating back to 1909 and sympathetically modernised by the current owner after its original conversion in the 1980's. Located in the heart of this very popular village less than 3 miles from Winchester, The Old Chapel offers flexible accommodation either as a three or four bedroom property. Currently it has three bedrooms with the ground floor divided into three reception rooms. The 19 foot kitchen/breakfast room has a range cooker with gas hob, tiled surfaces and eating area. From here is the main staircase with utility/cloakroom, through to the dining room with side door, fitted oak bookcase and period windows. To the rear is the triple aspect sitting room, with tall leaded windows on either side of the French doors out to the garden. There is a log burner, solid wood flooring and staircase up to a large studio/office with pitch roof and velux windows which could easily be a fourth bedroom/playroom or snug.
Upstairs from the main staircase are three bedrooms, all with solid oak flooring. The master bedroom to the front has a large stain glass window, velux window and archway to an ensuite. The other bedrooms have built in cupboards with a shower room in the second bedroom.
The Old Chapel is in the heart of Easton which is within a conservation area and part of the South Downs National Park. It has a church, village hall, cricket ground, garage and two public houses, most notably the Chestnut Horse (which also runs a shop) and a thriving village community. More comprehensive shopping, a mainline railway station, educational and recreational facilities can be found in Winchester which is a short drive or even walkable. A Tesco's hypermarket is situated 2.9 miles away, located at Winnall. The pretty market town of Alresford is within a short drive and offers an excellent selection of shops.
There is an excellent road network, with the M3 motorway giving access to London and the south coast and the A34 for Oxford and the North. Southampton Airport is located 15 miles away off the M3.
The village is served by Itchen Abbas Primary School which feeds into The Westgate School and on to Peter Symonds Sixth Form College. The independent schooling is excellent, at preparatory level; Princes Mead, Pilgrims, Twyford and Farleigh, whilst at senior level,?St Swithun's School for girls and Winchester College are all highly regarded.
The Itchen Valley is a stunning part of Hampshire along which there is an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways. There are several golf courses in the area including Alresford, Avington, Hockley, the Royal Winchester and South Winchester and chalk stream fishing with the Rivers Itchen, Meon and Test all nearby.
To the front is a stone paved parking area providing off road parking. To the rear is an attractive enclosed garden with patio, lawn and decked seating area at the far end with views over the paddock and Itchen riverside beyond.
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