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Lovely garden completes the picture

This bright and airy period home, just off St James Lane in Winchester is perfectly situated for those who want to take advantage of a quick walk to the station in the mornings and a stroll down to local bars and restaurants including The Hotel du Vin, The Green Man and The Wykeham Arms in the evenings.

Smaller properties in great demand

One and two bedroom properties, principally in Winchester’s city centre, are always in high demand. In a current flurry of fresh properties to the market, Goadsby has a good selection of smaller homes ideal for professional singles and couples, but still nowhere near enough to fulfil demand.

Just a stone’s throw

Sitting within the very heart of Winchester’s historical centre and within a stone’s throw of all this vibrant city has to offer, this period terraced home is available on the rental market. Tenants here will be able to take advantage of the wealth of amenities on the doorstep including an ever increasing array of quality restaurants, bars and coffee shops, high street brands as well as independent boutiques, regular markets, book shops, art galleries, a host of historical buildings, glorious parks and riverside walks as well as a thriving commercial centre and excellent schools for all ages.

Professional renovation makes Furzedown House a winner

This outstanding detached house has been completely professionally renovated to an exceptional standard where the light and spacious accommodation has a contemporary feel and extends to more than three thousand square feet. Situated within a secluded mature garden of almost three quarters of an acre, the house is set back from a quiet lane on the outskirts of Amport. Andover is within easy reach and trains to Waterloo take 75 minutes from Grateley station about three and a half miles away.

Points of the compass

Aptly named Westfield at West Hill Road North is a detached bungalow set in a third of an acre garden with the principal area having a delightful west facing aspect. Enjoying the rural fringes of the popular village of South Wonston, there are easy commuter routes available from here as well as fast access into Winchester’s city centre. Local amenities include the village shop and post office, doctor’s surgery, church, primary school and the village hall which all play their part in creating a cohesive community.

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