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Marina View, Mumby Road, Gosport

£275,000 Offers Over
  • Type: Apartment / Studio
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
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Property Features

  • 1 Bedroom apartment, balcony & underground parking
  • High specification throughout
  • Howdens solid wood kitchen in either 'Shaker or Flush Gloss' styles
  • Single oven with induction hob and chimney extractor over
  • Integrated appliance to include washer/dryer, fridge/freezer & dishwasher
  • Grey Oak Karndean flooring, grey oak doors, flush sockets and switches in matt black finish
  • Modern style white bathroom suites with white/grey effect tiling to walls & floors
  • 10 Year Warranty

Property Summary

**COMING SOON**

Marina View - Harbourside Living - 1 Bedroom Apartments From £275,000

A selection of 31, 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments, located in the popular area of Gosport with most apartments benefiting from from views over the Marina.

Full Details

Ready Spring/Summer 2024

For the keen sailor, or perhaps an interested onlooker, this exciting development offers luxury living on a superb waterside location with views out over the harbour and the constant maritime hustle and bustle of yachts, ferries and warships sailing in and out.

A short ferry trip takes you to Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard and Gunwharf Quay: outlet shopping, restaurants, cinema and the landmark 170 metre Spinnaker Tower.

Close by Lee-on-the-Solent and Stokes Bay offer lots of family activities.

LOCATION/HISTORY
Although Gosport most likely started life as a fishing hamlet, the name signifies a market town rather than a harbour and Gosport was not of itself recorded in Domesday. There has been an established maritime tradition at Gosport and within 1341 survey the manor of Alverstoke recorded that there were 'formerly fifteen ships and that there were no traders - all the occupiers were employed in agriculture'. In the mid-sixteenth century, John Leland described Gosport as 'a little village of fishermen' with a small chapel that most likely dated back to Norman times.

Gosport still retains some of it's naval legacies with it's three local deep-water marines highly attractive for young and old boaters alike.

ATTRACTIONS
The Royal Navy Submarine Museum has exhibits including Holland 1, the Royal Navy's first submarine, and the Second World War submarine HMS Alliance.

The Royal Navy's former armaments depot at Priddy's Hard is now a place where you can learn about the weapons used by the Royal Navy at 'Explosion! - Museum of Naval Firepower.

The Museum of Diving, housed in former Victorian Gun Battery, showcases the best range of military, commercial and recreational diving equipment in Europe.

These and many more museums are dotted around Gosport today, and if this is not enough naval history, a quick five-minute ferry ride across the harbour provides access to HMS Victory, The Mary Rose and HMS Warrior and the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard.

SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
1 Bedroom apartment, balcony & underground parking; High specification throughout; Howdens solid wood kitchen in either 'Shaker or Flush Gloss' styles; Single oven with induction hob and chimney extractor over; Integrated appliance to include washer/dryer, fridge/freezer & dishwasher; Grey Oak Karndean flooring, grey oak doors, flush sockets and switches in matt black finish; Modern style white bathroom suites with white/grey effect tiling to walls & floors; 10 Year Warranty

GENERAL INFORMATION:
TENURE: Leasehold; SERVICES: All mains services; LOCAL AUTHORITY: Gosport Borough Council; TAX BAND: TBC

DISTANCES:
Gosport Ferry - 0.3 miles; Lee-on-the-Solent Beach - 4 miles; Fareham - 6 miles