High Street, Old Bursledon
£1,175,000 Guide Price
- Glorious gardens and views to the River Hamble.
- Architect designed house, built in 1990.
- Driveway parking, car port and garage.
- Worcester boiler installed in 2021.
- Stunning Sitting Room giving views to the Hamble.
- EPC Rating C (74)
Situated in the heart of the conservation village of Old Bursledon an architect designed house extending to 2,210 sq ft of accommodation with glorious gardens and spectacular views over the River Hamble. This much-loved family home was built for my clients in 1990 and immediately on entering the property you experience full views of the River Hamble. The Sitting Room is magnificent spanning the entire width of the house and extending to nearly 30ft, there is a substantial brick open fireplace at one end and three sets of French doors opening up the back of the house giving superb views of the river. Double doors lead into the Dining Room which is generous in size and in turn leads into the Kitchen. The Kitchen has been fitted with ample wooden cupboards and a range of appliances; there is the additional benefit of an adjacent Utility Room. On the ground floor there is a bedroom and ensuite Shower Room which could also double as a Home Office. Upstairs are three further double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes, and Bedroom 1 in particular, is a well proportioned and tranquil room; there is also a generous ensuite bathroom. Outside there is an extensive terrace which provides the perfect platform for entertaining whilst enjoying the views over the River Hamble and the stunning garden. The garden itself is magical, secluded and pindrop quiet; it has been planted with a sophisticated planting scheme with mature perennial borders and a wealth of flowering shrubs. The garden gently meanders down the extensive lawn to a rose border and a seating area for enjoying the views.
Old Bursledon is a beautiful and historic village and is a popular location for sailing enthusiasts being just a few moments away from Hamble and Swanwick marinas. The area offers wonderful coastal and countryside walks and a strong sense of communtiy. Nearby amenities can be found in Lowford or Sarisbury Green whilst more comprehensive facilities can be found at neighbouring Southampton and Fareham just a few miles away. Mainline rail links to London are available at Southampton Parkway with connecting rail links from Bursledon station whilst Southampton Airport caters for both international and national flights. Old Bursledon is also well situated for access to the M27/M3 road networks. The village offers several eateries with dining on the River at The Jolly Sailor public house.
SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
Alarm system.; Large understairs cupboard; Rear upstairs windows replaced in 2012 with UPVC. All downstairs glazing replaced in 2019; Ample driveway parking; Covered car port and single garage with up and over door; Power to car port and garage, outside tap; Gated side access; Kitchen appliances to include 4 ring gas hob, single oven and grill and Bosch dishwasher. Sink with waste disposal unit. Fridge/freezer (in Utility Room); Worcester boiler installed in 2021; Utility Room with washing machine and tumble dryer; Airing Cupboard (in Bedroom 1); Part boarded loft with light.
TENURE: Freehold; SERVICES: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage; LOCAL AUTHORITY: Eastleigh Borough Council; TAX BAND: G
River Hamble – 0.3 miles; Bursledon Railway Station – 0.4 miles; Junction 8 M27 – 1.7 miles; Hedge End Retail Park – 3.2 miles