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This scheme has two pairs of spacious semi-detached houses at the rear and six smart apartments at the front, set back from the road behind landscaping.

The apartments are cleverly designed to harmonise with the look of the houses and all buildings are contained within two storeys, which gives a pleasing low density atmosphere.  The whole scheme is further enhanced by careful positioning of the construction and the well designed landscaping, which will mature quickly and provide privacy.

The specification will appeal to those seeking a contemporary design with great attention to detail both in style and craftsmanship, together with plenty of natural light from the large windows, which have become one of Hazeley’s signature characteristics. The houses are simply laid out with the accent on large open plan kitchens with space for dining and relaxing and with wide glazed doors to the rear garden. A separate sitting room provides a comfortable haven and there is also a cloakroom. Three double bedrooms and two bathrooms are arranged over the first floor.

The apartments all have an open plan kitchen and living space and two double bedrooms.

A private driveway curves its way past the apartments to a parking square, which includes visitors’ spaces. There is also cycle storage for the increasing number of people who value this as a mode of transport as well as for leisure.

The landscaping plays an important role in the overall scheme and the houses all benefit from a west facing garden at the rear with the ground floor apartments also having their own private garden.

A Vibrant, Historical City in the Countryside

Once the capital of England, Winchester is a wonderful place to live and explore.  Its historic architecture, quaint cobbled streets, and close proximity to London, just over an hour away, make Winchester a very popular location.

There are award winning pubs and restaurants around every corner, and high street stores and independent boutiques in abundance.

On the city's doorstep you will find the beautiful South Downs National Park, a wonderful place to enjoy walking, mountain biking, riding and family days out.  If your're a lover of the Arts, Winchester has a bustling Arts scene, with it s own independent cinema and two theatres.

The M3 is a short drive from Andover Road, connecting you to London, and to the south coast and beyond.  The A33 and A34, both major routes, are also within easy reach. 

For train travel, Andover Road is just 0.6 miles from Winchester station.  By train, London Waterloo is just over an hour away, Southampton Airport Parkway just 7 minutes and Bournemouth 47 minutes.  While your nearest major airport, Heathrow, can be reached in under an hour by car.

Andover Road sits in the catchment area for five primary schools, the closest being Weeke Primary (0.5 miles) with Harestock Primary and Westgate School also in easy reach.  At secondary level, Henry Beaufort School is 0.5 miles away, The Westgate School 0.6 miles, while Kings' School is 1.5 miles.  In the independent sector, the prestigious Winchester College is just 1.3 miles away, with St Swithun's also nearby.  For further education, the 'Outstanding' Peter Symonds Sixth Form College is 0.3 miles away from Andover Road.

Contemporary three bedroom semi-detached house.

£735,000
3 bedrooms
Two parking spaces

Contemporary three bedroom semi-detached house.

£735,000
3 bedrooms
Two parking spaces

Contemporary three bedroom semi-detached house.

£735,000
3 bedrooms
Two parking spaces

Contemporary three bedroom semi-detached house.

£735,000
3 bedrooms
Two parking spaces