Kings Barton, Winchester, Hampshire

Kings Barton will be an attractive community of new homes to the north of Winchester.

A landmark development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, as well as contemporary two bedroom apartments. Plans for the development also include community facilities including a school, health centre, leisure facilities, sustainable transport links and green open space.

Location: Andover Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO22 6NN
Current Prices From £385,000 - £710,000

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Kings Barton, Winchester

HOME OF THE MONTH

Plot 209, The Catherine - A stunning three bedroom semi-detached home.

NOW available at £599,999 with £10,000 towards Stamp Duty and £5,000 towards curtains and blinds*.

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Kings Barton

THE DEVELOPMENT

Kings Barton is the birth of a 21st century community and whole new way of life. Recently voted as the UK's best place to live, Kings Barton offers a perfect opportunity to be part of the heart of modern Winchester in an idyllic semi-rural setting.

The first homes of the Northern Gateway feature a selection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, as well as contemporary two bedroom apartments. Whether you're a first time buyer, downsizer or growing family, there's a light and spacious, high specification home for you.

THE LOCATION

Winchester's characterful city delights are immediately surrounded by the rustic beauty of the chalk downs, giving you the best of cosmopolitan and country life. The city boast an abundance of top brand shops, upmarket boutiques, inviting cafes and sophisticated restaurants.

Shrouded in a wealth of architectural heritage, the many historic buildings, monuments and museums of Hampshire's thriving capital are all within short walking distance of each other. From the imposing Norman cathedral and The Great Hall of Winchester Castle to the elegantly restored Edwardian Theatre Royal Winchester and 14th Century High Street.