Newtown Road, Warsash

£430,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: HEA00086
  • Type: House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
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Property Features

  • Attractive brick Victorian cottage.
  • Lovely 100ft garden.
  • Easy stroll to Hook Park Nature Reserve.
  • Half a mile from Warsash village and local amenities.
  • Original period features retained.
  • EPC D (61)

Property Summary

An attractive brick Victorian cottage situated under a mile from Warsash village and local amenities and a short stroll from Hook Park Nature Reserve offering three bedrooms and two reception rooms.

Full Details

Situated a short stroll from Hook Park Nature Reserve and less than a mile from Warsash Village and local amenities an attractive brick Victorian cottage built in 1906 offering three bedrooms and two reception rooms. This much-loved home has been owned by my clients for nearly twenty years and many character features have been retained. The front garden is low maintenance and picket gates lead to the driveway and front door. On entering, a doorway leads into the Dining Room which is a generous size and features original pine flooring and a wrought iron fireplace and surround. An inner lobby leads into the well-proportioned Sitting Room with pine flooring and open painted brick fireplace. To the rear the Kitchen has been fitted with ample wooden cupboards and all the appliances are being retained. A large traditional style bathroom completes the ground floor. Upstairs, are three bedrooms, split over two floors, and Bedroom 1 benefits from fitted wardrobe cupboards and an ensuite Shower Room. A particular selling feature of the property is the lovely back garden which extends to 100 feet in length. There is a covered car port and old single garage; steps lead down to a lower lawn which is private and tranquil with mature grasses and trees; at the far end is a wooden gardeners shed.

A short distance from the cottage is Hook Park which is a beautiful spit and home to the protected Hook Park Nature Reserve. This beautiful nature reserve has one of the most diverse woodland, wetland habitats and grazing pastures in the region and forms a shingle shore and intertidal flats that run along the edge of Southampton Water. Footpaths lead to the shore where you can walk along the coastal path into the village of Warsash with its extensive local amenities. Local schooling in the area is excellent as well as easy access to road and rail links.

Pretty wooden shutters to front and side elevations; Baxi boiler; Service hatch from Dining Room into Kitchen; Coat cupboard to Inner Lobby; Kitchen appliances include electric hob and oven/grill, washing machine, small dishwasher and under counter fridge; Pretty Dressing Area to Bedroom 3 and eaves storage cupboards; Single garage with power and light, currently used as a workshop. Space for tumble dryer and fridge/freezer.

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

Southampton Water – 0.3 miles; Warsash Common – 0.5 miles; Warsash Village – 0.6 miles; Whiteley Shopping Village – 4.8 miles; Southampton Airport - 10 miles; Southampton - 10 miles; Portsmouth – 14 miles