With high ceilings and tall sash windows, this beautiful home is flooded with natural light. Large rooms, a wrap-around garden and the quiet, leafy location make this the perfect family home, all within a short walk of the city centre.

Ground floor

A covered porch leads to the large, open hallway, flooded with natural light from all corners of the house.

From here, the kitchen/living/dining area is triple aspect, running the entire length of the house. This is an ideal day room and a great spot for entertaining. The kitchen has fitted appliances, a range oven and plenty of counter space. The dining area overlooks the front garden while the living area has a woodburning stove and plenty of space for sofas and access to the garden terrace.

The dual aspect sitting room is wonderfully cosy with a fireplace, wooden flooring and access to the back garden.

At the front of the house there’s a generous study, which would just as well as a playroom. Finally, the ground floor has a utility room with side access and a w.c.

First floor

Sleepersdelle has 5 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The main suite has an en-suite shower and views over the back garden. Bedroom 2 has a large en-suite and built-in wardrobes, overlooking the front aspect.

Bedrooms 3, 4 and 5 all have built-in wardrobes and are served by a large family bathroom.

The landing winds around the first floor with space for storage chests.


The garden wraps around the house with plenty of space for play, entertaining and quiet moments in the sun as it moves around the house during the day. Mostly laid to lawn, there are paved areas front and back, with a large shed for storage.

The drive fits 3 cars, while the road has resident permit parking for guests.


Seller Insight

I loved this house on first sight, it’s big and modern with loads of space and light. My children were young when we moved here so we needed space, great schools and sports and a safe area so they could have some freedom. This house had all that. It’s a really great place to live!

The kitchen has been brilliant – I like entertaining and cooking and it’s the perfect room for everyone to be together. I used to cook a Sunday roast every week for the family, these days I host dinner parties and general get-togethers with friends. I’ve had 50 people here wandering in and out of the house.

Of an evening I use the living room to watch TV or listen to music, it’s my calm space. In the spring and summer I’m outside a lot, following the sun around the house from front to back depending on the time of day and year. The garden wraps around the house so we’ve got plenty of space out there, it’s deceptively large. In winter this house is amazing, with the underfloor heating it’s very cosy in here.

I’ve made some great friends here; all the mums and dads know each other so the kids and parents all benefit from the social aspect. I often wander into town to meet friends, there’s a huge choice of restaurants and pubs. There are lots of events here too, there’s always something going on; The Hat Fair (outdoor arts festival), St Cross fete up the road and at Christmas the whole city comes alive with markets and lights, it’s beautiful.

I do like a good walk, The Water Meadows are quite close and very pretty, great for dog walks. The New Forest is nearby too, Brockenhurst in particular is lovely for long walks and an afternoon out.

I used to work in London, as does my son now and commuting is very easy from here. We can jump on the train to London or Basingstoke. Life here is just easy, it’s very relaxing here, a great place to raise kids, entertain, travel and just enjoy life really.

I’m moving to downsize, now the children have grown I just don’t need this much space anymore. I’ll miss it here though, we all will, we’ve had a wonderful time here.



Sleepersdelle is on a quiet road a short walk from the heart of Winchester. This affluent cathedral city lies in the heart of the South Downs national park, offering comfortable modern day living with countryside only minutes away. The river Itchen runs through the city, with beautiful riverside walks.

With a vast array of shops, cafes, and eateries, you’re almost spoilt for choice. Small independent businesses thrive in Winchester offering up plenty of different and exciting choices. Additionally, a farmers’ market is hosted on the High Street several times a week, with regular craft and antique markets.

If you’re looking to delve into the history and rich culture of the city then you will be well looked after, as museums are in abundance, from the stunning centrepiece of Winchester Cathedral, to the house of the famous author Jane Austen.

Winchester Cathedral hosts regular events including concerts, festivals, seasonal events and educational courses. The Christmas market draws visitors from far away for its beautiful setting and charming wooden huts featuring beautiful gifts from independent traders.

Winchester puts a focus on natural beauty, with several parks dotted in and around the city. The Sir Harold Hillier Gardens offer a refined venture across 180 acres of maintained public gardens, offering up breath-taking beauty, and also an adventure for little ones too. The Tree trail is a fine example of a lazy afternoon adventure, offering a self-guided trail, offering fascinating facts of all 20 species of tree used to bring a natural glamour to the city.

Sleepersdelle is in the catchment for several Outstanding schools. Winchester boasts deep rooted links with high class education, with The Prince’s Mead school, just outside the city, claiming to be the oldest Preparatory school in the country. It offers up a high-quality range of private and public schools, from all ages, and the prestigious Peter Symonds sixth form college which lies a short walk away from the city centre.

Winchester delivers endless opportunities for anyone, it’s a real gem of a Cathedral city.


Transport links

M3: 2 miles / 8 minutes

Winchester train station: 1 mile, reaching London Waterloo in as little as 1 hour

Key Features

  • Large, bright family home
  • High ceilings & big windows
  • Large rooms throughout
  • Wrap-around garden
  • Walk to city centre
  • Quiet leafy road
  • Parking for 3 cars

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