A 17th Century town house within easy walking distance of the historic market town of Romsey has just come on the market with Woolley & Wallis priced at £695,000.
The property in Middlebridge Street is believed to date from 1640 but has undergone major refurbishment in recent years and now combines period charm with contemporary convenience.
Exposed brickwork, beams and an inglenook fireplace give the house charm while the fully equipped kitchen and timber conservatory make it ideal for family living.
Accommodation on the ground floor includes an L-shaped sitting room, kitchen with Shaker style units and granite work surfaces and a dining room leading to the conservatory.
There is a master bedroom with an en-suite, two more bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and a fourth bedroom on the top level.
The gardens are given privacy by a mature yew hedge and include a paved area, summerhouse with a phone and electricity, greenhouse and a shed.
Dougal Trentham a partner with Woolley & Wallis in Romsey said: “This a truly exceptional Grade II listed town house within a level walk of the town centre. . It is now presented in absolutely first class order and really needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated.”
The town of Romsey like this home has retained much of it original character and has a wide range of shops, schools, leisure facilities plus doctor and dentist surgeries. Junction three of the M27 is just over three miles away and major centres such as Salisbury, Southampton, Winchester and Portsmouth are easily accessible.
For more information contact Woolley & Wallis on 01794 512129.