An opportunity to acquire this deceptively large 4/5 bed converted bungalow. A sought after location with easy access to the local village of Stubbington, Primary, Junior and Secondary schools, all with good OFSTED reports. There are also colleges within a few miles. The beach, sea- view pub and cafe are all at the end of Old Street, with Hill Head Harbour and further beaches here and at Lee On The Solent. Plus Solent sailing and Hill Head Sailing club. Both Southampton and Portsmouth are within easy reach.
The residence itself is very versatile with 3/4 bedrooms downstairs which could easily be used as reception rooms. All windows are double glazed and the property benefits from Gas Central Heating.
Front door leads to entrance hall with solid wood flooring and traditional radiator. Access to family bathroom, living room and opening through to kitchen.
Family Bathroom 9'3" x 6'0"(2.82m x 1.83m)
Enclosed bath with shower over and glass folding shower screen. Pedestal sink, close-coupled WC. Attractive ceramic floor tiles with slate effect, traditional centrally heated radiator and towel rail, and window to side elevation.
Lounge (or Lounge Diner) 26'5" x 12'3"(8.04m x 3.74m)
Oak glazed sliding door from the entrance hall leads to a large, tranquil lounge and feature fire surround standing on granite hearth, suitable for electric or wood burner as there is a flue. Wood flooring, 2 radiators, large picture window overlooking patio and garden. Large opening through to Sun Room.
Sun Room/Dining area 14'1" x 9'3"(4.30m x 2.82m)
Two large windows to side elevation and French doors to patio and garden . Wood flooring, one radiator.
Kitchen 18'3" x 9'3"(5.56m x 2.82m)
Opening from entrance Hall leads to ceramic tiled floor in attractive black/cream design to compliment the cream base and wall units. Solid beech work surface, 1.5 ceramic sink with extending mixer tap over. Duel aspect windows to side elevation, one with wooden venetian blind. Combination Gas boiler. Extractor hood. Space and plumbing for American style fridge-freezer.
From the kitchen the oak glazed sliding door gives access to the inner hall, with doors to the downstairs bedrooms, study/bedroom 5 with stairs to first floor. Radiator.
Downstairs bedrooms: 15'6" x 9'0"(4.72m x 2.74m); 12'2" x 11'6"(3.70m x 3.51m); 10'5" x 8'7"(3.17m x 2.61m)
There are two double and one single bedroom on the ground floor. A third room, with stairs to the first floor, is currently being used as a study.
The largest bedroom has an original fireplace in working order and recently swept. A wooden floor, as well as a large radiator and built in wardrobe, plus a large bay window to the front elevation. The other double bedroom has a laminate floor and window to the front elevation and single radiator.
The single bedroom has a double glazed window to the side elevation, laminate flooring, and a single radiator.
Study/Bedroom 5 10'5" x 8'7"(3.17m x 2.61m)
This room is currently used as a study but would make a good nursery or occasional bedroom. There is an under stairs cupboard, window to side elevation and stairs to the master bedroom and en-suite bathroom, single radiator.
Master bedroom: 28'2" x 14'5"(8.58m x 4.39m)
The master bedroom is very large with a window overlooking the rear garden and fields beyond towards Titchfield Haven. There are also two Velux windows to the side elevation. There are three radiators and two ceiling lights with fans. Additionally, there is an en-suite bathroom with an enclosed bath, close-coupled WC, pedestal sink and radiator. The bathroom leads to a storage area with a hanging rail and deep shelving. There is also a walk-thru access door to the loft space.
The entrance drive, tarmac and gravel, has space for 4/5 vehicles. Trees and shrubs to borders. The five bar gate leads to the drive down the west side of the property, passing the front door to the single garage and trellis fencing and gate to the rear garden.
The rear garden has a large patio and deck area adjoining the house with the hot tub being recessed in to the deck. Ideal for relaxing or entertaining. From here there is a concrete path leading down the centre of the garden passing the first storage shed, rockery area and lawns. Next are 2 greenhouses with, fig, orange, peach and grapevines. At the bottom of the garden there is a fruit bush area, large concreted area, suitable for another shed or summerhouse and further Indian stone patio looking back up the garden towards the house.
A very versatile definitely worth early inspection!
Book a viewing online in minutes. Just click below to choose the days and times
you're able to view the property and you'll receive an email and SMS as soon as the owner confirms one of your options.
Get started by requesting your free valuation from today. With our fees at just £795, you can save thousands selling with the UK’s best rated online estate agent.Get Your Free Valuation