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Chilcomb, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21








4,212 sq ft

391 sq m

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Key features

  • Stunning location in this sought after hamlet
  • Four excellent reception rooms and cellar
  • Well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room
  • Principal bedroom suite and four further bedrooms
  • Gardens and paddocks of about 3.2 acres
  • Carriage driveway and double garage with room over
  • EPC Rating = E


A substantial and attractive period home.


Chilcomb Manor is a beautifully proportioned detached period family house, situated on generous grounds with the benefit of a neighbouring paddock. The property offers extensive accommodation over two floors with the additional benefit of a good-sized cellar and the potential to extend further into the roof space, subject to the necessary planning permission and consents.

Approached via an entrance lobby leading to a welcoming reception hall which runs the width of the property, the scale of the property becomes immediately apparent. From the reception hall, there are doors to the drawing room and the
dining room and a further door to the office. Access can also be gained to the kitchen/breakfast room, cellar, and cloakroom. The drawing room has a double aspect, predominantly over the front gardens, a feature fireplace and a door leading through to the dining room. The combination of these rooms works perfectly for entertaining in style. The dining room is again double aspect, of similar proportions to the drawing room with double doors that lead out to the rear terrace and veranda. The office is fully fitted with a range of modern furniture and there is certainly more than enough room for two desks if required. There is a large kitchen/breakfast room fitted with an extensive range of units including a central island and appliances, ample space for a breakfast table and
double doors to the rear terrace. There is a door from the kitchen to the utility room. At the rear of the house is a wonderful family room overlooking the garden with doors and windows on three sides.

On the first floor the principal bedroom suite benefits from an en suite bathroom with a large shower, and a spacious dressing room which could easily be adapted to become the fifth bedroom. There are three further large double bedrooms, one with an adjoining shower en suite and a very good sized family bathroom.

Approached over a gravel through driveway, which leads up past the front of the house beyond the parking area to a further parking and turning area in front of the garage. The gardens to the front are laid to lawn and a variety of specimen
shrubs and trees, including a magnificent magnolia. From the
front of the house there is a wonderful aspect over the paddock, which lies to the West, and across towards the city of Winchester.

The gardens to the rear of the house are generous in size, the
overall plot extending to approximately 1 acre. The beautiful
professionally landscaped grounds include terracing directly behind and to the side of the house with an oak framed veranda providing an excellent outdoor dining area. At the southern end of the rear gardens there is a wildflower meadow
interspersed with grass paths and flowering trees.

The paddock which lies to the west of the property totals
approximately 2 acres with post and rail sheep-proof fencing.


Lying just to the east of the historic Cathedral city of Winchester the pretty hamlet of Chilcomb sits within the South Downs National Park, surrounded by chalk downland, interspersed with footpaths and bridleways yet actually within only 1.8 miles of the city.

The nearby city offers a wealth of recreational, cultural, shopping and entertainment facilities, excellent schools, and captivating walks through the grounds of the historic Cathedral or through the water meadows to St Catherine's Hill. Walkers or cyclists can follow the Itchen Navigation south out of Winchester to local villages or back to the cathedral streets where there is a wide variety of shops, independent boutiques, cafes and restaurants as well as leisure facilities such as the Theatre Royal or the local Everyman cinema.

Winchester is very well connected via road and rail with London
Waterloo being around 60 minutes from the city's railway station. The M3 allows easy access to London and the South coast connecting with the M27 and Southampton and Bournemouth Airports which serve a growing number of destinations worldwide. The A34 to the north provides access to Oxford, the Midlands and the A303 and M4 to the West Country and Wales.

Chilcomb Manor is ideally located for state and private schooling, Winchester Schools including Winchester College, Pilgrims and Peter Symonds College. Also Twyford Prep and
St. Swithun's School for Girls are easily accessed, as is Prince's
Mead. Slightly further afield is King Edward VI School in Southampton, The King Edward's Prep School near Romsey and Farleigh at Red Rice.

Square Footage: 4,212 sq ft

Acreage: 3.2 Acres

Additional Info

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage (septic tank). Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax band G


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Band: G
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Chilcomb, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21


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  • Winchester Station2.1 miles
  • Shawford Station3.1 miles
  • Chandlers Ford Station6.7 miles
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