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These are the only brand new apartments currently available in Alresford, open to all ages and occupying an enviable position right in the centre of this highly sought after town. Residents will be able to take advantage of the gym next door and the excellent specialist shops and boutiques, places to stop for coffee or lunch, as well as grocery stores and traditional butcher and fishmonger, greengrocer and florist.

From £375,000
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About

Legally, each apartment will be conveyed as Leasehold, but the following items have been stipulated in the Lease:

  • Nil ground rent
  • Allowance for a pet
  • On the sale of the final apartment the Freehold and the ownership of the entire building transfers equally to the ten apartment owners (at no cost), giving our owners direct control of their management charges and how their building is managed

Not only your apartment, but the whole building is highly energy efficient.  Solar panels on the roof will help to run the heating and lighting in the communal areas.  Plus, you will only be billed for your personal use of gas, water and electricity.

The apartment building has two entrances, one from Station Road and the other at the rear of the building – this has level access for wheelchair users.  Allocated parking is tucked away at the rear of the building together with individual, lockable stores, leading to a communal, landscaped garden with seating and elevated views of the Watercress Line.

There are 3 apartments on each of the ground, first and second floors, all of which can be accessed by a lift in the stylish communal hallway.  There is also a duplex apartment (two floors) at the rear of the building, which has its own front door and private patio area.

All the apartments have two double bedrooms and a bathroom with bath and overhead shower.  The master bedroom is fitted with a double wardrobe as standard and also has the benefit of an ensuite shower room.

The living areas show case Hazeley’s attention to detail where the clever use and design of windows has created wonderfully light spaces and a blank canvas to make your own. 

You’ll find the following features come as standard in a Hazeley home since all we want you to think about is where your favourite pieces of furniture should go:

  • Bedrooms carpeted
  • Bathrooms and ensuites tiled
  • Karndean flooring to hall & living areas
  • All kitchen appliances included: washer/dryer, Neff oven & hob, fridge/freezer & dishwasher
  • Fitted wardrobe to master bedroom
  • Vanity storage unit to ensuite
  • Sizeable bathroom mirrors to create a sense of space and light

And, because you’ve bought a brand new home you’ll have few DIY chores giving you more time to do the things you enjoy.

We’ve thought ahead too and you can watch TV as soon as you move in (provided you have a Freeview ready TV/Freeview box).  Your apartment is wired for Sky too, all you need to do is book your appointment with a Sky engineer and they’ll do the rest for you.

As a family run business, we are passionate about providing our clients with a personal service throughout their purchasing journey with us, which continues beyond handover day as the whole building has a 10 year structural warranty backed up by our dedicated customer care team.

Our Sales Manager, Delia Edwards, will be your single point of contact throughout your journey.  She’s on hand to answer any of your questions and can even help with soft furnishings or removals.  We have negotiated preferential terms with Winchester Removals for all our clients at The Old Police Station.

Location

Alresford is surrounded by a patchwork of farmland, including watercress beds and fabulous countryside, with the South Downs National Park a little to the South.

The town itself is the perfect place for strolling, especially along Broad Street down to Old Alresford Pond, which was created by Bishop de Lucy in the 12th century for a ready supply of fish and to power mills further downstream.

The town has a rich and varied history, owing much of its affluence to a thriving wool trade through the centuries and its prominence due to the Bishops of Winchester establishing a palace nearby.

There are many sporting activities to be enjoyed in the area with a golf club on the southern fringes of the town and active teams and societies for a wide range of sports.

Cultural activities include the summer season of opera at Grange Park and there are wonderful days to be spent exploring the National Trust’s garden at Hinton Ampner.  The Long Barn with its range of home grown lavender products provides another distraction.

The Cathedral city of Winchester is the nearest larger centre and the two communities are linked in many ways, not least due to the historical religious connections and several large family estates in the area.
 

Transport Links & Schools

Great connections, at home and away.

The villages of Itchen Stoke and Itchen Abbas make an attractive drive to Winchester, although the A31 is a faster route. 

Heading in the opposite direction, the A31 passes Jane Austen’s Chawton and then on to Farnham and Guildford. This then links to the A3 and M25.

Alresford town centre is a short walk away and there are frequent bus services to the surrounding areas including Winchester, Alton and Basingstoke as well as providing a local service.

Trains are available from Winchester, Alton and Basingstoke and Southampton Airport is easily reached. 

Sun Hill Infant and Junior Schools feed into Perins Secondary School which has been established for over 300 years and moved to its current location more than 100 years ago.

Ground floor apartment with two double bedrooms set at the rear of the apartment building.

£375,000
2 bedrooms
One parking space

First floor apartment with two double bedrooms facing Station Road.

£
2 bedrooms
One parking space