Town or Country
60 Oxford Street
Tel: + 44 (0) 23 8088 1000
This quaint detached former chapel oozes character and is ideally located for access to the motorway, Swanwick railway station as well as Southampton, Portsmouth and Winchester. Formally known as St Barnanbas this Church Of England chapel was built in 1892 and designed by Ewan Christian responsible for the restoration of Carlisle Cathedral and the National Portrait Gallery in London.
On entering the property you are immediately struck by the high beamed ceilings and oak floors. The cooking space forms part of the open plan living space on the ground floor and comes fully equipped with cooker, microwave, dishwasher and washer/dryer. A dining area within the kitchen makes it the perfect place to host guests or family. The living space comes with two luxury sofas to relax into as well as TV/DVD, a wood buring stove and fast free wifi. There is plenty of space in the enclosed garden too and we welcome up to two pets per stay.
From the living space there are four steps leading to a twin bedroom with wardrobe and bedside storage plus bedside lamps.
A spiral staircase elevates you to the first floor of which you find a double bedroom with curtained glass wall overlooking ground floor and ensuite bathroom with toilet.
The property benefits from a master bathroom with bath and W/C.
There is a driveway which can accommodate up to three vehicles per stay.