Our Pearsons Winchester branch can be found on the historic Southgate Street, within easy walking distance from Winchester Cathedral. As one of the busiest offices in the Pearsons network, our team are expertly appointed in property sales and lettings, as well as having a superior knowledge of the local Winchester market. Whether you're looking for financial advice, a valuation, or to see what your budget can afford you in our catchment, come and have a chat with us. We offer impartial, no obligation advice, with the highest standards of customer service.
“Dear Gail, Carolyn, Carl and Team. Moving house is certainly a stressful business but your skill, encouragement and good humour have made the bumpy journey a good deal smoother. We are so very grateful to you all. A big, big thank you from us both. ” H & P,
Undoubtedly one of Hampshire's most desirable destinations to live in, property in Winchester continues to hold its value, as the draw of the city's rich history, and multitude of award-winning restaurants continues to attract buyers from a wide catchment area.
Ideally positioned on the main commuter route into London from the South coast, a journey into the capital from here will take you around an hour, so it's ideal for those whose daily commutes require quick and easy access to the city, but who prefer a more rural setting for their home life.
As well as frequent markets throughout the calendar month, the local high street here offers an abundance of shopping options, together with cafes, bars and restaurants offering some of the finest cuisine in the county.
Home to the Round table, the magnanimous Winchester Cathedral, which remains the longest in Europe, and stunning scenic walks and architecture, Winchester is an enviable place for the contemporary home buyer to put down permanent roots.