Hillsbro House is an attractive double fronted period house dating from the middle of the 19th century. With elegant proportions and over 1,500 square feet of accommodation, this beautifully decorated Grade II listed townhouse would be ideal for someone looking for stylish living with the convenience of living in the centre of the town.
The front door opens to a long entrance hall, with doors to either side opening to the principle reception rooms. The sitting room has a wood burning stove and a pretty bay window to the front. The drawing room is on the other side of the hallway and has a similar bay window to the front. Double doors open to the dining room, which has French doors to the garden and a door to a cloakroom. An opening leads through to the beautifully appointed kitchen, which features an electrically powered Aga cooker, a range of kitchen units and solid wooden worktops and wooden flooring. A stable door opens to the courtyard garden. Stairs lead down to an unusually large, dry cellar.
Stairs lead up to the wide landing with doors to two double bedrooms at the front of the house, both of which have fitted wardrobes and very high ceilings. The principal bedroom is located at the rear of the property and has a window overlooking the garden. A door opens to a lobby and into the bathroom, which has a white bath suite. Off the landing is a shower room, with a white suite.
Outside, the courtyard garden faces south and is surrounded by a high brick wall giving a high degree of privacy from neighbouring properties. A paved terrace is ideal for outside dining or coffee, and a couple of steps lead up to a paved low-maintenance garden, which is bordered by low shrub and flower borders.
Alresford is a beautiful Georgian town known for its variety of independent shops, restaurants and inns located in stunning surroundings on the edge of the South Downs National Park. Attractions include the Watercress steam railway, schools for infant, junior and secondary education, several churches and an active and inclusive community. The cathedral city of Winchester is about 7 miles away and there is easy access to the south coast, the midlands and London via the road network. There is also mainline rail access to London from both Winchester and Alton. Southampton airport is only about half an hour away by car.
kitchen15' 5" x 10' 5" (4.70m x 3.20m)
sittingroom14' 10" x 12' 3" (4.54m x 3.74m)
diningroom11' 5" x 10' 7" (3.50m x 3.25m)
drawingroom16' 1" x 10' 4" (4.91m x 3.17m)
cellar22' 11" x 19' 1" max (7.00m x 5.84m max)
bedroomone14' 9" x 10' 6" (4.50m x 3.21m)
bedroomtwo15' 3" x 11' 11" (4.67m x 3.65m)
bedroomthree10' 11" x 10' 4" (3.35m x 3.15m)
bathroom7' 8" x 7' 8" (2.34m x 2.35m)
showerroom7' 4" x 5' 1" (2.24m x 1.55m)
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Localauthorityinformation Winchester City Council Council Tax Band: F
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