This exceptional Grade II listed Medieval Hall House with 15th Century origins is up for sale for £1.65 million. 

Monks Rest, with detached secondary accommodation, is located in the beautiful Winchester village of Littleton. 

The home, which has later sympathetic Victorian additions, features in The Pevsner Architectural Guides, a renowned series of guide books to the architecture of Great Britain and Ireland, as well as other architectural books about houses of significant historical interest. Key period features include flagstone flooring, exposed beams and working fireplaces.

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From an impressive entrance reception hall, the ground floor has two separate reception rooms and stunning kitchen and dining room which features a dramatic vaulted ceiling. There's also a utility boot room with WC and access to a generous sized cellar storage area.

From a delightful first floor galleried landing, there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The main bedroom features an attractive open-plan bathroom.

There is a useful detached secondary accommodation ideally suited to guest lodging or a work from home studio with a kitchen/ living room, bedroom and shower room.

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The garden is absolutely delightful, with both a formal and informal landscaping, which incorporates well stocked flower beds, winding paths, lawn areas, a vegetable and fruit garden and the family area. 

Jon Lacey, of agents Savills Winchester, said: "Monks Rest is an outstanding medieval hall house with an abundance of character and period features, pretty gardens and the benefit of detached secondary accommodation.

"The property is in the popular village of Littleton, just outside Winchester and on the edge of the Test Valley, surrounded by wonderful rolling countryside.”

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Monks Rest is situated in the exceptionally popular pretty village of Littleton, located north-west of Winchester city centre, on the edge of the Test Valley, an area renowned for its wonderful rolling countryside, footpaths and bridleways.

The village itself is a thriving community with a recreation ground, an excellent public house, and a number of societies and clubs including tennis club, cricket club, bowling and football.

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