THIS handsome Grade II listed period house in the heart of a Hampshire market town is up for sale for £2.75 million.

The Pink House, in Alresford, is believed to have been built around 1840 and is almost 4800 sq ft in size.

Properties with parking in Broad Street are at an absolute premium and those situated on the favoured western side of the road have large sunny gardens providing a peaceful spot amid the bustling market town. 

Hampshire Chronicle: The Pink House, Alresford

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Accommodation is arranged over three floors with a cellar and lift running through the centre. 

A welcoming reception hall leads to a drawing room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, boot room and utility room.

There are six bedrooms in the main house; a principal suite with bathroom and shower and two further first floor bedrooms with adjoining bathrooms. On the second floor there are three further bedrooms, two shower rooms and a small kitchen.

Hampshire Chronicle: The Pink House, Alresford

An annexe in the rear courtyard has two bedrooms, one with adjoining shower room and one with an adjoining bathroom. The garage is approached from Broad Street.

The charming rear courtyard, perfect for entertaining, leads past a beautifully stocked flowerbed to the main gardens. Lawned and walled areas boast a charming summer house, beautifully planted flowering shrub beds and mature trees. 

Steven Moore, of Savills Winchester, said: "The Pink House is a stunning Grade II listed townhouse in a sought-after position at the heart of Alresford. The large, sunny gardens are a real feature of the property, providing a tranquil setting, while the shops, pubs and restaurants in this bustling market town are just a stone’s throw away."

Hampshire Chronicle: The Pink House, Alresford

25 Broad Street is close to all the amenities of the popular Georgian market town, which boasts some top schools. 

The area is renowned for its beautiful countryside with superb rural walks in the area including along the river and into the Itchen Valley.

The Cathedral city of Winchester lies approximately 7.5 miles to the west with a wider range of facilities including a train station with a fast link to London Waterloo. Junction 9 of the M3 is nearby and Southampton International Airport, with a host of domestic and European destinations, is just ten miles away. 

Hampshire Chronicle: The Pink House, Alresford