Long Lane, Bursledon

£1,150,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 11587866
  • Type: House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Glorious tucked away location within Old Bursledon's Conservation Area
  • Impressive accommodation extending to 2200 sq ft
  • Many stunning character features
  • Substantial, private and secluded grounds extending to 1.75 acres
  • Ample parking and garage/outbuilding of 660 sq ft
  • EPC Rating C (71)

Property Summary

Beautifully tucked away, hidden from the road and nestled amongst its grounds, a stunning residence extending to 2,129 sqft, offering versatile accommodation set in grounds of 1.75 acres with driveway parking and a substantial outbuilding/garage measuring some 41’ x 16’, situated in a sought after location, within the Old Bursledon Conservation Area, a short walk to the river and amenities.

Originally constructed in the 50's this property has evolved beautifully over its many years. Our clients who purchased the property in 2001 have carried out further improvements to the property; it really is stunning with some glorious bespoke features, such as an usual asymmetrical window in the main drawing room, Colombian pine internal doors with stained glass, oak parquet flooring and beech wood flooring. The drawing room is spectacular, accessed via double stained glass doors, with wide steps down, offering gloriously high ceilings and centring on a substantial chimney breast with handmade imported tiles and a log burner. Double doors flanked by sash windows lead to a generous decked terrace affording simply stunning views across the idyllic gardens. The kitchen/dining room is of excellent proportions, dual aspect with large windows, allowing the light to flood in, fitted with ample cupboards and granite work tops with some integrated appliances. The sitting room is also dual aspect with oak parquet flooring and centres on a substantial log burner. This flooring continues through to an inner hall where a bathroom and bedroom can be found. A guest bedroom with en-suite is situated in the 'west wing'. A further two bedrooms can be found on the first floor along with a central spacious landing area with a glazed gable end and a bathroom.

There are many superb selling features to this property, one in particular is the delightful garden; we are told the planting was originally overseen by Captain St. Barbe Barker, who was part of the environmental group called 'The Men of Tees'. There are some superb specimen trees throughout the woodland areas, where an abundance of bluebells can be found in Spring. The property is approached via double gates, a sweeping shingle driveway leads to a substantial outbuilding which extends to 660 sq ft with an electronically operated up and over door, power, light and water is provided, and garaging for at least two cars with additional areas for storage. There is a large level garden surrounding the house itself with flower/shrub beds and a vegetable garden. The garden then falls away with superb woodland and levels off again to the far boundary. A substantial hardwood decked terrace is situated to the rear of the property itself.

The property is situated within the Old Bursledon Conservation Area; the village itself retains its charm and also offers a good sense of community with a range of local hostelries, including the renowned Jolly Sailor, and an active community centre. For sailing enthusiasts there is the annual Bursledon Regatta and the River Hamble.


Stunning interior with many character features; Glorious views from all windows across the delightful and extensive gardens; Log burners to sitting room and drawing room; Plenty of wood provided by your own Woodland; High ceilings to reception hall and main drawing room; Beechwood floor to drawing room and guest bedroom; Hardwood decked terrace accessed from both the reception hall and drawing room; Two bedroom suites on the ground floor with a further two bedrooms on the first floor; Spacious Kitchen with appliances to include double oven/grill, gas hob with extractor hood over, further appliance space; Hardwood double glazed windows; 16 solar panels; Ample driveway parking; Substantial outbuildings for Garaging and storage; Sought after location close to River Hamble, road and rail links 


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


River Hamble – 0.6 miles; Bursledon Train Station – 0.8 miles; M27, J8 – 1.3 miles