Dairymoor sits directly behind the historical Wickham Square which provides a central point for this vibrant community and a good range of day to day shops and amenities can be found here. Wickham lies at the southern end of the Meon Valley and there are easy connections across the south coast via the M27and wonderful countryside and local villages to explore.

This end of terrace home, built at the end of the 19th century, has attractive banded brickwork and still retains some original features.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors to include an attic bedroom and has in recent years had the benefit of a ground floor rear extension that provides a family room leading off the kitchen/breakfast room and creates a lovely open plan living space with doors opening to the garden. There is also a cosy sitting room at the front of the house complete with a wood burning stove.

Stairs rise through the middle of the house to the first floor landing before continuing up to the attic bedroom. The landing has doors to the main bedroom across the front of the house, with built-in wardrobes, a second bedroom at the rear and the bathroom.

At the front of the cottage there is a paved area for private parking and a path leads along the side to the rear garden which is an excellent size in this central location and offers a lovely outside space to sit and enjoy or for gardeners to potter, maintaining the lawn and the shrubs to the borders.

Ben Runciman of Byrne Runciman highlights: “This picturesque cottage is tucked away in a quiet location off Wickham Square. It was designed and built in the 1890s with an attic room which is sure to appeal to children and painters!”

A price guide of £360,000 is quoted and appointments to view may be made by calling the Byrne Runciman team on 01329 834579.