A beautiful Grade II Listed town house with ample living space and allocated parking.
3 Reception rooms
6 Bedrooms, 1 en suite
2 Family bathrooms
2 Parking spaces & 2 parking permits
This attractive early 18th Century town house is set over three floors with an extensive basement area. The classically styled property with many period features is within easy walking distance of Winchester city centre. It also has lovely views towards the Cathedral and the Guild Hall from the rear of the property.
The large entrance hall with a striking original fire surround leads through the ground floor linking the elegant dining room with its high ceiling, large windows, a fireplace and wooden floor with the cosy sitting room and bright study with double doors into the rear courtyard garden.
The fully integrated kitchen has light coloured wall and floor units with a solid oak work surface, Miele ovens, electric hob, double Butler sink, a boiling Quooker tap, fireplace, a central island and opening into a lovely bright breakfast room with French doors to the courtyard garden. There is also a cloakroom on the ground floor.
An elegant staircase meanders up through the centre of the house; on the first floor is a large master bedroom suite with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom with an adjoining sitting room with built in cupboard, potentially another bedroom. There is a further double bedroom with fitted cupboard, a family bathroom and a utility room.
Rising to the second floor, the large landing accesses two bedrooms, an additional family bathroom, a den/bedroom and a laundry cupboard.
The house is situated on Chesil Street, close to the historic National Trust Winchester City Mill and the Old Chesil Rectory. To the rear, a south west facing courtyard garden extends the living space from the breakfast room and study. Beneath the house there are extensive basements accessed from the rear garden and via an internal staircase from the hallway, suitable for storage, wine cellars or workshops.
Note: The house comes with 2 parking permits.
In addition, attached to ownership of Buriton House, is a 100 year lease for a parking space in the secure garaging at 2 Chesil Street, currently used to park two cars. From June 2021 the lease includes a pre-emption agreement that when the house is sold the parking lease must first be offered for sale to the landlord.