The property is entered through a double front door leading into the entrance hall with stairs to the upper floors. The kitchen/breakfast room is very well appointed with fitted appliances and a central island with breakfast bar. There are bi-fold doors leading out onto the paved area outside. Double doors lead through to the sitting room with its woodburning stove. This room has a set of bi-fold doors and a set of french doors out into the garden. There is also a very useful utility room and a family room which looks out over the front of the house suitable as an office, playroom or snug. The master bedroom has a balcony from where you can look out over open fields with a dressing room and en-suite bathroom. From the split level landing there are 2 further bedrooms with ensuite shower rooms. In the roof space there are 2 further bedrooms with rear aspect windows, dressing rooms and ensuite bathrooms. The property is approached over a block paved driveway which leads down the side of the house to the extremely large double garage. The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn which has been recently seeded. At the end of the garden is the paddock, enclosed by post and wire fencing. The garage has twin double sized remote controlled roller doors. There is an outbuilding with further development potential subject to planning. Owslebury is a pretty village 5 miles south-east of Winchester, there is a public house, cricket ground, primary school,church and village hall and Marwell Zoo is close by. There is a village post office close by in Twyford while a wider range of facilities can be found in Winchester or further south in Bishops Waltham. Winchester has a mainline railway station (links to Waterloo in approximately 55 minutes), high street shops, boutiques, library, coffee shops, public houses, restaurants, theatre, cinema, museums and, of course the city's historic Cathedral. There are many good schools in the area both in the private and public sector.