Preshaw Estate, Near Winchester, Upham
£1,950 pcm
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Type: House
Reception Rooms: 1

Property Details

A beautiful four bedroom semi-detached cottage on the exclusive Preshaw Estate, midway between Winchester, Petersfield, Alresford and Bishops Waltham. Located in a tranquil setting, with beautiful views over the fields to the rear, and long distance paths skirting the estate.

Preshaw Estate is a hidden gem, tucked away down a mile long drive. Preshaw is a classic English estate of 1200 acres and is made up of parkland, woodland and fields. The main house is Grade II* listed and is surrounded by 25 properties that were developed in 1994 from former barns, stables and cottages that served the house. The estate lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a long distance footpath, The Monarch’s Way, bordering the estate. From the top of the drive, on a clear day, you are able to The Isle of Wight.

As you enter the cottage there is a spacious hallway from which you can access the downstairs rest room, large kitchen with built in appliances and also the dining room and reception room benefitting from a log burning stove. The rear of the property is accessed from the kitchen and boasts stunning views over the beautiful surroundings.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms. The master bedroom has a range of built in cupboards and an en suite bathroom, there are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom on this floor.

The house is approached by a lovely courtyard and to the rear there is a courtyard garden with lovely views as well as a private driveway and single garage.

The cathedral city of Winchester is about 8 miles away, and Petersfield 14 miles to the east, both offering main line railway stations with services to London Waterloo (approximately 1 hour) together with a comprehensive range of retail, cultural and educational amenities. The market town of Bishops Waltham lies within about 5 miles with a range of local shops and restaurants. The M3 motorway (J9) is about 6 miles away, enabling direct road access to central London and the M27 to the South.

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