Garstons Close, Titchfield

£590,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 8824474
  • Type: House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Unknown
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Property Features

  • Sought after residential location
  • Short stroll to Titchfield Village amenities
  • Well proportioned accommodation
  • Private and quiet rear garden
  • Garage and ample driveway parking
  • EPC Rating D (58)

Property Summary

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Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, just half a mile walk from the centre of the historic village of Titchfield, a handsome house built in 1967 of solid brick construction extending to 1819 sq ft offering two reception rooms and four double bedrooms. The property is set back behind mature shrub borders and has ample parking for numerous cars, as well as a garage. The attractive stone portico invites you into the light and well proportioned entrance hall leading into the triple aspect sitting room; this room centres on a gas coal effect fire and is some 22 foot in length with french doors leading to the garden. The dual aspect dining room is also a generous space and has a traditional serving hatch into the kitchen. The kitchen has been fitted with ample cupboards and includes a range of integrated and free standing appliances, beyond is the hexagonally shaped breakfast room, which is fully glazed with sliding patio doors to the garden. There is also a good sized downstairs cloakroom.  Upstairs, the galleried landing has a picture window which gives elevated views. All four bedrooms are spacious doubles with three being dual aspect. In addition there is a family bathroom.  The rear garden is quiet, peaceful and secluded with mature trees and flowering borders, as well as a pretty pergola with climbing rose, clematis and honeysuckle. There is also a wooden gardener’s shed and rear access to the well proportioned garage.



The property is situated within easy walking distance of the village amenities which include convenience stores, hairdressers, jewellery shop and wine garden, butcher, post office, take away, pubs, café, doctors surgery and a church.  The village is conveniently located for the excellent A/M27 road networks and for public transport links with bus stops in the village and train stations at Fareham and Southampton Parkway; the latter with links to London Waterloo in an hour.  Sailing enthusiasts will be drawn to the close proximity to Hill Head beach and The Solent as well as the River Hamble with its world renowned sailing facilities.  Nature lovers will enjoy the proximity to Titchfield Haven, some 369 acres of woodland and natural wetlands offering a wide variety of wildlife and birdlife. The area also boasts a range of horse riding facilities for equestrian enthusiasts.



SUMMARY OF FEATURES:

Glow worm boiler & full gas central heating serviced annually and maintained on a British Gas contract.; Zenith double glazing throughout; Cavity wall insulation; Virgin Media fibre broadband, phone and TV services; Hardwood floorboards under carpets to Entrance Hall, Sitting and Dining Room; Kitchen appliances to include Neff gas hob, Neff convection oven, Neff extractor hood, Bosch dishwasher, Bosch freezer, fridge, waste disposal unit and further appliance space; Storage cupboard and airing cupboard to Landing; Fitted wardrobe cupboards to Bedrooms 1, 2 and 3.  Bedroom 2 with fitted bedside tables, vanity unit and chest of drawers; Part boarded loft with light; Wooden gardeners shed, pergola and water feature to rear garden; Driveway parking for 4 cars; Single garage with power and lights.



GENERAL INFORMATION:

TENURE: Freehold; SERVICES: Mains gas, electricity, water, broadband, cable TV, phone and drainage; LOCAL AUTHORITY: Fareham Borough Council; TAX BAND: F



DISTANCES:

Titchfield Village – 0.4 miles; Fareham Train Station – 2.4 miles; Locks Heath Shopping Centre – 2.7 miles; Swanwick Train Station – 2.9 miles; Whiteley Shopping Centre – 3.4 miles