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Beechworth Road, Havant
- Wonderful detached family home
- Delightful and well-maintained walled garden
- Parking and driveway
- Original decorative and architectural features
- Home office
- EPC Rating D (57)
A wonderful and spacious detached, four-bedroom character home situated on one of the most desirable roads in central Havant, within convenient walking distance of a multitude of shops. amenities, and the mainline railway line. Originally constructed in circa 1923 , the property retains much of the charm of the 1920s, with many original decorative and architectural features, but has been lovingly updated by the current owners to provide practical, modern, living accommodation.
Internally, the property features an attractive central reception hall with access to a spacious lounge. This looks to the front aspect via a curved bay window, with patio doors opening out into the garden. The dining room also looks to the front aspect, with a large inglenook fireplace in the centre of the wall. The dining room leads through to the kitchen, with a range of wall and base units and roll-edged work surfaces . Coming off the rear of the kitchen is a fantastic reception room, converted from the original double garage, which could be perfect for use as a self contained annexe with access to the rear garden and a modern, fitted shower room and store. Completing the ground floor is a utility room with space for all the necessary appliances, and downstairs WC.
On the first floor are four well-proportioned, bright and airy bedrooms, all served by the family bathroom, with modern fitted separate shower, bath, wash hand-basin and close-coupled WC.
Outside is a delightful and well-maintained walled garden, with established shrubs and lawn. To the front is driveway parking with space for multiple vehicles.
Beechworth Road is a prime location within the Havant Town Centre Conservation Area, a thriving market town dating back to Saxon times and mentioned in the Domesday Book. This individual detached house is within a short stroll of the extensive range of shops and retail outlets, main bus routes including the 700 Coastline route connecting Portsmouth via Havant, Emsworth, Chichester through to Brighton. The mainline train station is popular for commuting to work as London Waterloo can be reached in 80 minutes and Portsmouth Harbour in 20 minutes. Nearby is the Local Nature Reserve and the old Hayling Billy foot and cycle path to the coast and popular pubs at Langstone, and onto the foreshore and beaches of Hayling Island.
SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
Wonderful detached family home; Delightful and well-maintained walled garden; Parking and driveway; Original decorative and architectural features; Home office
TENURE: Freehold; SERVICES: All mains services; LOCAL AUTHORITY: Havant Borough Council; TAX BAND: F
Havant Town Centre - 0.3 miles; Havant Train Station - 0.5 miles; A27 - 0.4 miles; Gunwharf Quays Shopping Village - 10 miles