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One of this historic City's finest and iconic terraces, forming part of a row of substantial townhouses, within a short walk to the City centre and mainline railway station. The commanding views across the city and St Catherine’s Hill in the distance are breathtaking.

Believed to date from the early 1840s, this family home offers a highly versatile interior across four floors, and was recently featured in the magazine ’25 Beautiful Homes’. There are many lovely period features throughout which seamlessly blend with the numerous more recent modern updates that have been successfully introduced.

Flexibility and versatility are the key attributes to this wonderful home. The works undertaken in recent years have transformed this characterful residence into a superb, distinctive property. The ground floor, originally two separate rooms, has been modernised and opened to form the hub of the house, and comprises a large Rivendell kitchen, an Aga with a long pan shelf above, reclaimed from a former life as a British Rail luggage rack, and a large central island; leading to the rustic and charming dining room, and doors leading out to the courtyard gardens. The lighting throughout the ground floor has been imaginatively designed to add to the ambiance of this home, including the sourcing of two large Paris Metro lamps which hang over the central island of the kitchen.

The majestic drawing room is on the first floor, full of character, and, being in an elevated position, boasts one of the most enviable views across Winchester. There is a study/fourthbedroom on this floor, and a modern cloakroom.

Upstairs again to the Master Bedroom which, like the drawing room below, is a large elegant room, again with enviable views; a further bedroom and family shower room. The stairs lead up again to a large bedroom, recently converted from two rooms and a bathroom. There is further potential for these rooms to be extended, with a dormer to the front (STP), in line with others in the terrace.

There is a useful cellar/basement area accessed from the ground floor, housing the boilers and utilities of the house, and excellent storage. Outside, the courtyard garden is a wonderfully private secluded haven with a spiral staircase leading up to a second area of garden, equally private, with a large storage shed and rear access gate.




Charters Winchester
2 Jewry Street
SO23 8RZ

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4 Bedroom House

Clifton Terrace, Winchester

Guide Price £1,195,000 - For Sale