- Spacious Victorian cottage
- Two double bedrooms
- Sitting room with log burning stove
- Open-plan kitchen/dining room
- First floor bathroom
- Courtyard style rear garden
- Convenient location
- Well presented throughout
- NO FORWARD CHAIN
An attractive Victorian end of terrace cottage situated in a convenient location within easy reach of local amenities and public transport links.
Believed to have been built in approximately 1850, this immensely charming character home has a particularly spacious feel for this style of property, with two double bedrooms and the rare advantage of a first floor bathroom. There is no forward chain.
There is a canopy covered entrance with front door opening into the sitting room that has a delightful beamed ceiling and a log burning stove set within the exposed chimney breast, with fitted alcove shelving to both sides. The central staircase divides the ground floor accommodation, with the generously proportioned open-plan kitchen/dining room being fitted with a good range of shaker style units with Rangemaster cooker. There is planned appliance space and an under stairs storage cupboard with space for a freezer and small tumble dryer.
Upstairs the first floor landing has a hatch to the loft space and provides access to the two double bedrooms. The family bathroom is also found on this floor and has a full size bath with shower mixer tap over.
There is a low maintenance front garden area with on street parking available at the front of the house (time restrictions apply).
The courtyard style rear garden is paved with a small garden store and planted borders. Further features include a side access pathway with space for bins and a brick built log store, water tap and outside lighting.
The property is situated within easy reach of local amenities including local shops, schools and transport links including the A27 and A3(M). Bedhampton railway halt is also within easy walking distance of the property. Havant town centre is close by offering a good range of high street shopping, churches, a selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants as well as a mainline train station with links to London.