Osborne Road, Warsash

£525,000 Guide Price
  • Type: House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
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Property Features

  • Easy walking distance to Warsash Common.
  • Half a mile from Warsash village and local amenities.
  • Well proportioned Sitting Room.
  • Many character features retained.
  • Driveway parking and double garage.
  • EPC C (74)

Property Summary

A stunning Victorian cottage close to local amenities offering light and spacious well proportioned accommodation throughout with many character features retained; the property benefits from rear driveway parking and a double garage.

Full Details

Situated in a sought-after location close to Warsash Village and the River Hamble, a Victorian cottage built in 1890 offering light and spacious accommodation extending to 1441 square feet. This much-loved family home has been owned by my client for 27 years, the cottage has undergone sympathetic updating works over this period of time whilst retaining many character features and now provides generous living spaces and three double bedrooms. The property sits back from the road behind an attractive picket fence; the entrance porch leads into the Sitting Room where the ceiling heights can be immediately appreciated, this room has been opened into a well-proportioned room in which to entertain with friends and family. A generous Conservatory overlooks the garden and provides a more intimate space in which to relax. The Kitchen has been fitted with ample wooden cupboards, granite worktops and a Butlers sink with brass taps; there is plenty of space for dining and a range of appliances are included. A further reception room completes the ground floor, this room is currently being used as a bedroom. Upstairs, there are three generous double bedrooms and these are complimented by two bathroom suites. The back garden is laid to lawn and benefits from two large summerhouses. A particular selling feature of this wonderful home is the rear driveway which is a large expanse providing parking as well as a double garage, steps lead up to the garden.

A short distance from the property is Warsash Common which is a beautiful woodland linking to the Hook Park Nature Reserve. The Nature Reserve is a beautiful spit which is home to 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.

SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
Traditional style radiators and light switches throughout; Cast iron fireplace to Sitting Room and Bedrooms 3 and 4; Potterton boiler. Central heating controlled by Nest app linked to i-phone; Understairs cupboard; Kitchen appliances to include Rangemaster cooker and Bosch dishwasher. Space for American style fridge/freezer and space for washing machine and tumble dryer in Utility cupboard; Fitted wardrobe to Bedroom 2; Airing cupboard; Loft space; Traditional style bathroom with roll top bath, large shower with drencher, high cistern W/C and towel radiator; Outside taps and sink; Roller shutter door to garage.

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

DISTANCES:
Warsash Common – 0.3 miles; Warsash Village and local amenities – 0.5 miles; Hook with Warsash Nature Reserve – 0.6 miles; Locks Heath Shopping Centre – 1.9 miles; Swanwick Railway Station – 2.9 miles