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Crescent Road, Alverstoke, Hampshire

  • Ref: 7669634
  • Type: House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Reception Rooms: 4
  • Tenure: Unknown
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Property Features

  • Five Bedroom Regency Town House
  • Master & Guest Bedroom with En-suite
  • Living Accommodation in Excess of 3250 Sq Ft
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Feature Dining Room with Curved Internal Wall
  • First Floor 21' Drawing Room
  • Enclosed Rear Garden with Patio Area
  • Far Reaching Views Over The Solent Towards The Isle of WIght
  • Internal Viewing Highly Recommended
  • No Onward Chain

Property Summary

An excellent opportunity to acquire an impressive Grade II* listed Regency townhouse within the iconic Crescent, in one of Hampshire's foremost historical addresses which has far reaching views towards Stokes Bay, the Solent and Osborne House (former residence of Queen Victoria), on the Isle of Wight. When you purchase a property of this historical interest you are buying more than just a family home in an enviable position, you are also preserving a little slice of history for the next generation.

The property has a great deal of charm and character with stripped floor boards, sash style windows, high skirting boards, panelled doors and coving. Alverstoke itself has the feeling of a village within a city, with local shopping amenities, pubs, tearooms and a church. For commuters, this aesthetically pleasing Crescent is situated under eight miles from the A/M27, whilst the passenger ferry providing access to Portsmouth with the mainline rail links to London Waterloo in approximately 1hr and 45 minutes as well as Portsmouth Grammar School, Gunwharf Quays retail and restaurants and Victorian waterfront city of Southsea, early internal viewing is strongly recommended in order to appreciate both the accommodation and location on offer.

No.18 offers 3,520 sq ft of living accommodation arranged over five floors and comprises; hallway, feature dining room with curved internal wall, a kitchen and utility room on the reception level with the formal drawing room and balcony, shower room and sitting room on the first-floor level with two bedrooms both with en-suite facilities on the second floor and three further bedrooms and bathroom on the top floor. The lower ground floor is currently used as music studio with a home office/study and a variety of workshops/store rooms. A great deal of care and attention has been put into designing the front and rear gardens with the rear garden walls dating back to 1829. To the rear, accessible from Anglesey Arms Road and under the adjacent coach house is a garage and car hardstanding area. From the drawing and bedrooms above there are outstanding views towards Stokes Bay and the Isle of Wight beyond, over the English Heritage Gardens, to the rear overlooking the 92' rear garden are views over rooftops towards Portsdown Hill in the distance. Directly to the front and rear of the basement rooms are low level storage rooms underneath the patio to the front and to the rear. To the front is a feature garden measuring approximately 41’ to the front of the house with flagstone pathway, crescent style shingle pathway with central lawned area, slate chippings, shrubs and bushes, low retaining walls with coping stones over to either side with soldier railings and brick wall to the front. Directly to the rear is a garden measuring approximately 92’ in depth x approximately 23’ in width widening to the far end, directly accessible from the kitchen and rear lobby is a raised terraced area with staircase leading down to lower basement, step leading to further terrace with brick retaining walls on all sides with mature shrubs, evergreens and bushes with central lawn and mature tree, curved flagstone pathway leading to rear garden with rockery style area, small kitchen style garden, wooden built garden shed with open storage to one side, trellis style fencing and small gateway leads to a hardstanding measuring approximately 16’0” x 10’4” to the rear of the garage, external lighting, laid to shingle with stepping stone pathway. On the walls to either side of the garden are sandstone plaques depicting the year the walls were built 1829.

Agents note in accordance with the Estate Agency Act 1979 the owner of the property is connected to an employee of Taylor Hill & Bond.

Full Details


Dining Room (18' 9'' x 14' 4'' (5.71m x 4.37m))

Kitchen (13' 9'' x 8' 10'' (4.19m x 2.69m))

Utility room (8' 5'' x 6' 7'' (2.56m x 2.01m))

First Floor

Shower Room (8' 3'' x 6' 7'' (2.51m x 2.01m))

Primary Landing

Sitting Room (13' 10'' x 13' 0'' (4.21m x 3.96m))

Drawing Room (21' 6'' x 15' 8'' (6.55m x 4.77m))

Second Floor

Primary Landing

Bedroom Two (13' 5'' x 10' 7'' (4.09m x 3.22m))

En-suite Shower Room

Master bedroom (15' 8'' x 13' 5'' (4.77m x 4.09m))

En-suite Bathroom (12' 5'' x 7' 6'' (3.78m x 2.28m))

Top Floor

Bedroom Three (15' 0'' x 11' 8'' (4.57m x 3.55m))

Bedroom Four (15' 1'' x 8' 4'' (4.59m x 2.54m))


Bedroom Five (13' 5'' x 7' 0'' (4.09m x 2.13m))

Lower Ground Floor

'L' Shaped Hallway

Wine Cellar / Boiler Room (10' 3'' x 4' 0'' (3.12m x 1.22m))

Study (7' 0'' x 6' 10'' (2.13m x 2.08m))

Play Room / Family Room (18' 10'' x 13' 10'' (5.74m x 4.21m))

Store Room (10' 0'' x 7' 0'' (3.05m x 2.13m))

Work Shop (10' 0'' x 9' 5'' (3.05m x 2.87m))


Garage (22' 4'' x 8' 8'' (6.80m x 2.64m))