Looking for a terrace home? Here are ten currently on the market in Hampshire, with something to suit every budget.

1. Winchester Centre £1,350,000

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24 Canon Street is a classic double fronted terraced Georgian town house certainly with earlier origins.

Within very recent years the four-bedroom house has been completely restored, remodelled and extended by Snug Architects. The accommodation is beautifully proportioned, full of character, yet with a very light and contemporary feel.

The front door from Canon Street opens into the entrance hall with a view straight down through into the walled garden. The cloakroom has a utility space, there is a beautiful double length drawing room, fireplace with Victorian grate and carved surround, over mantel and carved facia and hearth, ceiling beams and French door to the terrace and gardens.

The study/sitting room has ceiling beams, wall light points and spotlights.

The kitchen/dining room is an exceptional room which has sliding picture windows opening out onto the terrace and gardens.

The kitchen is fitted with white high gloss units and white laminated tops, Italian porcelain tiled flooring and integrated appliances.

From the galleried landing the main bedroom has a walk in clothes closet and adjoining shower room. The second guest bedroom with a vaulted ceiling has an adjoining shower room.

There are two further double bedrooms and a part vaulted family bathroom.

Outside, the charming walled garden has a paved terrace, low dwarf brick walls and steps leading up onto a shaped lawn edged

with herbaceous borders. There are climbing roses and honeysuckle and a gravelled terrace/sitting area.


2.Downton £475,000

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A most stunning Grade II listed four-bedroom period cottage believed to date back to the 16th century, steeped in character in the village of Downton on the fringes of The New Forest.

Having undergone a tasteful schedule of improvement and extension over the years, this delightful home retains much of the original character and charm associated with its era which flow seamlessly with all the comforts of modern living.

Exposed beams, wooden slatted latch doors and brick fireplaces fuse with the practical and spacious modernised kitchen breakfast room with underfloor heating and downstairs cloakroom.

There is also a generous sitting room, dining room and four well-proportioned bedrooms with the master boasting a contemporary ensuite shower room.

The landscaped walled rear garden is exceptionally private and tranquil which is unusual in the heart of the village.

Charles Powell

3.Banister Park £495,000

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Nestled in the corner of the central square within Marshall Square in the desirable Banister Park area of the City, lies this substantial four bedroom town house that offers a wealth of beautifully presented accommodation arranged over three floors, with a landscaped garden and garage.

Upon entering you are greeted by a spacious hall with stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to the garage, utility room, shower room, bedroom four that enjoys access to the rear garden and is currently being used as a home office with fitted bespoke office furniture.

The first floor features a large living room with French doors and a Juliet balcony, a cloakroom and a large kitchen/diner that has been re-fitted with shaker style units with dark granite work surfaces, island with a breakfast bar and a full complement of integrated appliances.

The second floor is host to three bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom. All three bedrooms feature built-in wardrobes and the master bedroom enjoys en-suite facilities.

Externally there is a block paved front garden with ample off road parking and vehicular access to the garage.

The rear garden has been landscaped for easy maintenance and features a paved patio and an artificial lawn with well stocked edging border and a bespoke bench seat with built-in storage.

Fox & Sons

4.Shirley £194,950

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An impressive three bedroom mid terrace property with character features.

The good sized lounge features a Victorian fireplace and bay window overlooking the front aspect.

The separate dining room offers the opportunity for a more formal dining area or further family reception room.

The dining room in turn leads to a spacious modern fitted kitchen.

All three bedrooms and the family bathroom are found on the first floor of the property.

The master bedroom is a particular feature due to its size.

Outside, a courtyard garden which can be accessed via the dining room offers a great easy to maintain outdoor space.

Morris Dibben

5. Winchester £575,000

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A brand-new end terrace townhouse, behind a pleasing Victorian façade offering stylish accommodation over four floors.

Situated within an enviable position within moments of Winchester station and Oram’s Arbour, this stunning three-bedroom town house has been thoughtfully designed and offers quality fittings throughout.

The ground floor has a sitting room with fitted oak floor.

The lower ground floor accommodates the kitchen/dining room which is fitted with a range of sleek grey

contemporary units with integrated appliances including; fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob and washer/dryer. The kitchen has French doors that open into the courtyard garden which provides a useful low maintenance outside space, there is also a cloakroom on this floor.

The first floor has two bedrooms (one double and one single) and a bathroom, whilst the master bedroom and en-suite is on the top floor with fantastic views over Fulflood.

An on street parking permit can be applied for by residents.


6. Redbridge £199,950

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This three-bedroom terrace house is situated in the residential area of Redbridge.

Inside, the large modern lounge enjoys a bay window overlooking the front elevation

The kitchen is fitted with a range of units with roll top surfaces and space for white goods. This room has a door leading to the family shower room.

At the rear of the property is a conservatory providing convenient additional living space with views of and direct access to the rear garden.

On the first floor are all three bedrooms.

The property benefits from a private enclosed rear garden that has a patio area and a section laid to lawn. There is also off road parking at the rear of the property.


7. Lordshill £214,950

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This three-bedroom end of terraced house is situated in the popular residential location of Lordshill.

The property offers off road parking to the front.

Inside, the sizeable lounge/diner enjoys patio doors leading out to the rear garden and adjoining decking.

The kitchen is fitted with a range of units and plenty of space for all appliances, this room leads through to a further reception room.

This light room with large windows and direct access to the gardens offers great additional family space.

A cloakroom completes the ground floor

All three good sized bedrooms along with the family bathroom are located on the first floor. comprises lounge/diner, kitchen, reception room, cloakroom, three upstairs bedrooms and a three piece bathroom suite.

Outside, a patio area adjoins the rear of the house with the remainder of the garden being laid to lawn.


8.Winchester £750,000

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Fabulous four bedroom flint and brick period terraced house situated within a short walking distance to Winchester Railway


This impressive family home enjoys accommodation over three floors with the ground floor comprising a stunning full width living room with feature fireplace, dining room with doors leading out to the garden and separate fitted kitchen.

The four bedrooms are split over the first and second floor with a master bedroom that offers a delightful en suite.

All of the front elevation windows enjoy far reaching views out over Fulflood and Winchester beyond.

The ground floor also features underfloor heating and a recently fitted new boiler.

There are well kept front and rear gardens, set in a peaceful environment and the added benefit of off road parking for one vehicle.


9.Lordswood £219,950

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A three bedroom terraced house with garage and off road parking is being offered for sale with no forward chain.

The entrance porch leads into the spacious lounge which in turn opens into the dining room.

The modern kitchen is fitted with a range of units an integrated appliances including fridge/freezer, oven and hob.

Stairs lead from the lounge to the first floor to all three bedrooms and the family bathroom.

The house also benefits from gas heating, double glazed windows, garage and an allocated parking space.

Morris Dibben

10. St Cross £835,000

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A charming Edwardian family house in the heart of St Cross.

21 St Faith's Road is a Victorian mid-terraced town house with accommodation arranged over three floors.

The property is approached through a welcoming reception hall which provides access to both the drawing room and kitchen/dining room.

The drawing room is an excellent room with a wealth of period features including sash windows, ceiling covings and stripped wood flooring, fitted furniture and shelving and a wood burner.

Beyond the sitting room is a good sized family room which in turn leads on to the kitchen/dining room.

The kitchen/dining room to the rear of the house has been beautifully designed and modified to create a large open space with a beautifully fitted kitchen with a range of fitted appliances including oven with separate combination oven over, dishwasher, washing machine, gas hob and fitted water softener.

The generous dining area is adjacent to the bifold doors which open onto the rear terrace.

A cloakroom completes the accommodation on the ground floor.

On the first floor there is an excellent master bedroom to the front of the house.

There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom, which has both bath and separate shower.

On the second floor is a further bedroom which was converted in 2003 by Loftplan.

Outside, directly adjacent to the rear of the property, approached through bi-fold doors from the kitchen/breakfast room, is a terraced area which in turn leads on to the garden. The garden, which has an easterly aspect, is laid mainly to lawn with a variety of flowering plants and shrubs, and to the rear of the garden is a timber garden shed. A gate from the rear of the garden provides access.