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Jarvis Fields, Bursledon
£450,000 Guide Price
- Newly decorated and carpeted throughout.
- Newly fitted kitchen and bathroom suites.
- New Worcester boiler in 2020.
- Excellent road and rail links.
- Two allocated parking spaces.
- EPC Rating C (75)
Situated within a small exclusive development on the edge of the conservation village of Old Bursledon, a recently refurbished and immaculate townhouse extending to 1267 sq ft. On entering the house the light and space is immediately apparent. The entrance hall leads into the generous sitting room which centres on a stainless steel contemporary gas fire. French doors lead into the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is also a good size and has been newly fitted with ample cupboards and a range of integrated appliances. On the first floor are three double bedrooms with bedrooms 1 and 3 fitted with wardrobe cupboards, in addition are beautifully refitted contemporary bathroom suites. There is a further double bedroom on the second floor with fitted wardrobes and adjacent cloakroom. The property is approached via a tarmac driveway with two allocated parking spaces and the garden to the rear has an area of lawn, hard standing for a gardener’s shed or greenhouse and an attractive circular terrace, ideal for entertaining and relaxing.
Old Bursledon is a beautiful village on the west bank of the River Hamble which retains close ties with the sea and the Elephant Boatyard, which still remains, and dates back centuries where Henry VII’s fleet was built. By the 1870’s the shipbuilding trade had disappeared from the village and the main industry was the growing of strawberries. The Strawberry Trail heritage walk still exists where walkers can enjoy the easy riverside, coastal and country park routes. There is also a fashionable pub, The Jolly Sailor, on the banks of the Hamble which has its own public slipway where you can arrive by SUP and enjoy a relaxed vibe on the terrace overlooking the marina. Bursledon railway line is a local line connecting with Southampton Parkway picking up fast trains reaching London Waterloo in 1 hour 10 minutes. Equally the village is convenient for motorway links to the M27 and M3.
SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
Newly carpeted and decorated throughout; Coat cupboard and understairs cupboard; Painted radiator covers throughout Ground Floor; Worcester boiler installed in November 2020; Hard wired smoke alarms; Kitchen appliances to include fridge/freezer, Zanussi dishwasher, washing machine, Zanussi induction hob and extractor, Baumatic oven and grill; Outside tap and gated rear access.
TENURE: Freehold; SERVICES: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage; LOCAL AUTHORITY: Eastleigh Borough Council; TAX BAND: D
Bursledon Railway Station – 0.3 miles; Junction 8 M27 – 1.4 miles; Bursledon Junior School – 0.6 miles; Brookfield Community School – 2.3 miles; The Hamble School – 3 miles