Southwick Road, Wickham

£650,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: WI002665
  • Type: House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
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Property Features

  • Wickham Village and local amenities one mile away.
  • Beautiful countryside walks less than a mile away.
  • Immaculately presented throughout.
  • Stunning open plan Kitchen/Dining/Family Room.
  • Lovely south facing garden.
  • EPC C (71)

Property Summary

Situated just outside the old market town of Wickham, bordering the South Downs National Park and less than a mile from beautiful rural walks such as Hundred Acre Wood and Wickham Railway, an attractive Edwardian property built in 1910 offering a generous reception room, four bedrooms, off road parking and a single integrated garage.

Full Details

The property is set behind a mature beech hedge and is approached via a 5-bar wooden gate into a large gravel driveway providing parking for numerous cars. There is an attractive oak framed porch with a flagstone floor leading to the front door. On entering, the Hallway draws you into the heart of the home and the Sitting Room is a generous size with large sash windows, high ceilings and centres on a beautiful brick fireplace with a woodburning stove. A later extension in 2009 to the rear of the house offers a stunning triple aspect open plan live in Kitchen/Dining/Family Room which is a wonderful contemporary space perfect for entertaining with friends and relaxing with the family; this superb room has a limestone floor and Stovax woodburning stove. The Kitchen has been fitted with oak effect cupboards with pewter handles and granite worktops; there is a central island, a double butler’s sink with an instant hot water tap, and a 6-ring gas Rangemaster cooker. A further Utility Room with butler’s sink, space for washing machine and tumble dryer leads to the integrated garage, fitted out with storage. A traditional style Cloakroom completes the ground floor. The original Victorian staircase leads up to a spacious Landing where there are four bedrooms. Bedroom 1 is a lovely well-proportioned room with a Juliette balcony giving views over the surrounding countryside and it also benefits from a beautifully fitted walk-in wardrobe and a spacious ensuite Shower Room. An immaculate traditional style Family Bathroom compliments the other bedrooms. The back garden is south facing offering a large terrace spanning the width of the house giving plenty of space for alfresco dining and relaxing. Steps lead down to an area of lawn and at the end is a large wooden gardeners shed with power and light.

Wickham is a beautiful old market town with excellent local amenities and remains a popular location with both families and professionals alike as it has good road and rails links nearby and is also surrounded by beautiful countryside with Hundred Acres Wood and Meon Valley Trail both within easy reach.

No forward chain; Solid oak half glazed front door; Storage shoe locker to front porch; Limestone flooring to the Hallway, Kitchen/Dining/Family and Utility Room; Engineered oak flooring to Sitting Room; Wet underfloor heating to Kitchen/Dining/Family Room; Kitchen appliances to include a Bosch dishwasher, Caple microwave, full height fridge and Baumatic wine fridge; Utility Room with space for washing machine and tumble dryer; Vaillant boiler, serviced in November 2023; Walk in wardrobe to Bedroom 1, beautifully fitted with hanging rails, shoe racks, belt drawer and vanity unit and dresser; Engineered oak floor to ensuite Shower Room; Fitted wardrobe cupboards and desk to Bedroom 3; Solid oak double doors to integrated garage; Part boarded loft with pull down ladder and light; Outside power and tap.

TENURE: Freehold; SERVICES: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage; LOCAL AUTHORITY: Winchester Borough Council; TAX BAND: E

Meon Valley Trail – 0.7 miles; Wickham Recreation Ground - 0.8 miles; Wickham Village and local amenities – 0.8 miles; Wickham Primary School – 0.8 miles; Hundred Acre Wood – 1 mile; Botley Railway Station – 4.5 miles