Wonston, Winchester, Hampshire £1,850,000

5 Bedroom Detached




Enchanting five bedroom Grade II listed detached family home.

Period splendour with a modern twist. This exquisite Grade II listed home was originally built in the mid 1700s and subsequently extended in both the Victorian era and more recently in 2017.

The refurbishment is flawless. It integrates the traditional proportions and elegance of the rooms, allowing the architecture to influence the interior and successfully combines its heritage with a sensitive modern touch.
An entrance hall, which has a vaulted ceiling, leads to a drawing room and three further reception rooms; all are well proportioned with lovely features including bay windows, high ceilings and fireplaces. Both the drawing room and rear sitting room have double doors opening out onto a terrace.

The boot room connects the original house to the spectacular extension which houses the kitchen/dining/family room. This incredibly spacious room (27’ x 25’) is wonderfully light from the vaulted ceilings and bi- fold doors and is fitted with a superb range of bespoke Siematic units, integrated appliances and a four oven Aga. The room gives a great tailored touch to the house. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a utility room and cloakroom.

The family bathroom, shower room and five double bedrooms are on the first floor. The master bedroom suite opens through to an opulent en-suite bathroom; a slipper bath is angled towards the window giving uninterrupted views over the gardens and beyond and there is an open walk in shower and twin basins.

The house is magnificently spacious, providing incredibly versatile family accommodation and is nestled within charming gardens in a beautiful part of Hampshire.

The house lies within gardens of approximately an acre. A gated entrance opens onto a shingled driveway where there is ample parking and potential for a garage/carport (STPP). The rear garden has a well tended formal lawn, an array of established hedges, shrubs, planting and an abundance of fruit trees in what was formally the orchard. There are two terraces, one which flows from the kitchen/dining/family room and the other which is accessed from the drawing room and sitting room.
  • Tenure: freehold