Osborne Road, Warsash

£450,000 Guide Price
  • Type: House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
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Property Features

  • Exciting updating opportunity
  • 0.3 miles from Warsash Common
  • Half a mile from Warsash village amenities
  • Pretty back garden
  • Ideal combi boiler
  • EPC D (63)

Property Summary


Situated in a sought-after location close to Warsash Village and the River Hamble, a chalet bungalow built in the 1970’s offering light and spacious accommodation extending to 1,111 square feet.

Full Details

This much-loved family home has had only two owners since its construction and has been owned by my client for 41 years. The property is set back from the road behind a mature laurel hedge and benefits from a large tarmac driveway providing parking for numerous cars, additionally there is a single garage with a side workshop and door. A glazed entrance porch leads in the Hallway, the adjacent dual aspect Sitting Room is flooded with light through large picture windows and is a generous space centring on an electric coal effect fire. The Kitchen/Dining Room has been fitted with ample wooden cupboards and a range of appliances are included; the Dining area was formerly a bedroom which could easily be reinstated should the space be required downstairs. Leading off the Kitchen via sliding doors is a large conservatory spanning the width of the house overlooking the garden. A Cloakroom completes the ground floor. Upstairs are two large double bedrooms, fitted with extensive fitted wardrobes. The Shower Room has a large shower and fitted vanity cupboards. The garden has a generous terrace to the rear with the remainder mainly laid to lawn flanked by mature flowering shrubs and a large wooden gardener’s shed.

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 spot 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: Exciting updating opportunity; Sought after location; Extensive driveway parking; Kitchen appliances to include 4 ring gas hob, oven and grill, Hotpoint washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer;Generously proportioned rooms throughout; Ideal combi boiler installed in 2021; Outside tap to the front and rear; Wooden gardeners shed; Short stroll to amenities

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

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