This tiny terrace in Winchester boasts a deceptively cavernous interior and stunning cathedral views. 

The beautifully restored period home, in St Swithun Street, one of the city's finest residential streets, is up for sale for £775,000.

It boasts modern luxuries, a bespoke open plan kitchen and living space with bi-fold doors to the south facing courtyard garden and no onward chain. 

Daily Echo: St Swithun Street, Winchester

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The versatile reception room at the front of the property is currently used as a snug.

The fully fitted kitchen features high quality built in appliances and a Miele oven and hob. The space has been expertly configured to maximise storage, allow for plenty of work top space on the centre island and create a social entertaining hub for when guests visit.

There is cloakroom and WC that completes the ground floor.

The principal bedroom occupies the front of the property and contains two built in cupboards and attractive views towards Winchester Cathedral. There is a further spacious bedroom and a beautifully fully fitted family bathroom with an abundance of natural light from a skylight.

Daily Echo: St Swithun Street, Winchester

A third double bedroom, with superb views, and plenty of eaves storage, lie on the third floor. 

The courtyard garden offers plenty of space to dine al fresco.

Robert Tottle, of Savills Winchester, said: “This is a beautifully restored period home with views of Winchester Cathedral and surrounding area. Deceptively spacious, the house has been finished to an exacting standard with the perfect blend of charming characterful features cleverly entwined with modern and luxurious fixtures and fittings throughout.”

The property is near to the 13th Century Church of St Swithun and one of the city's ancient gates leading to Winchester Cathedral. 

Daily Echo: St Swithun Street, Winchester

This highly attractive area is known for its narrow streets with many historically important houses within a quiet Conservation Area.

There are many lovely walks through the Cathedral streets passing the Wykeham Arms pub and out on to the Itchen Navigation, water meadows, St Catherine's Hill and directly on to the South Downs National Park beyond.

The city is renowned for its pedestrianised high street, shopping, independent cafes/bars and restaurants as well as the Theatre Royal and newly refurbished leisure centre. 

Families are drawn to Winchester for the schooling and links to London.