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Hunton Down Lane, Sutton Scotney, Winchester, SO21

Key features

  • Character cottage
  • Two bedrooms
  • Sitting room with a wood burning stove
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Dining area
  • Utility cupboard
  • Family bathroom
  • Beamed ceilings
  • Garden
  • Rural location


Delightful two-bedroom thatched character cottage in the rural village of Hunton. Located with easy access to Winchester city centre and arterial road links to the A34 and M3, with the railway station at Micheldever, the property is well positioned for commuter clients to London and benefits from allocated driveway parking. Internally the spacious sitting room has a wood burner, original beamed ceilings and a modern kitchen with integrated hob sits open plan to a dining room. A modern white bathroom suite to the first floor which serves the bedrooms. Offered unfurnished, the cottage has a pleasant rear garden with a patio and lawn.

Security Deposit: £1,730.76 (based on advertised rental price)
Holding Deposit: £346.16 (based on advertised rental price)
Minimum Term: 12 Months
Council Tax Band: E

The pretty village of Hunton is close to Sutton Scotney and situated in the Dever Valley, north of the cathedral city of Winchester. Sutton Scotney has a post office/general store, Texaco garage/shop, farm shop, Calcutts (Equestrian and Country Outfitters), public house, doctors’ surgery/pharmacy, active village hall, Gratton playing fields with public tennis court, cricket and tennis clubs and shooting and fishing clubs. Also, nearby is Norton Manor with private members’ facilities including health club and swimming pool. More comprehensive facilities, including educational, recreational and shopping, are available either in the cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury or Basingstoke. Communications in the area are first class with Bullington Cross providing access to the A303 which links to the M3 and the South West and the A34 to both Newbury and Winchester. Micheldever Station (about 3 miles) has a mainline station on the Waterloo line with London Waterloo about 50 minutes. Sporting amenities in the area include riding, walking over the surrounding unspoilt countryside, golf at Winchester, fishing on the Rivers Itchen, Test and Dever and racing at Newbury and Salisbury.

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Band: E

Hunton Down Lane, Sutton Scotney, Winchester, SO21


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Micheldever Station2.9 miles
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Charters, Winchester

2 Jewry Street Winchester SO23 8RZ

Charters, Winchester

At Charters Estate Agents, we believe that reputation and professionalism is everything. Coupled with our energetic and passionate approach to property, we believe we have created a specialist agency, providing a first class property service for homeowners, buyers, landlords and businesses in WINCHESTER | ALRESFORD | ALTON | FARNHAM and the surrounding Hampshire and Surrey villages.

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