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West Street, Titchfield Village

£475,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 11710300
  • Type: House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • A stone's throw from local amenities.
  • Half a mile from Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve.
  • Wealth of period features.
  • Stunning brick inglenook fireplace.
  • Three double bedrooms.
  • Beautiful secluded mature garden.

Property Summary



Situated in the heart of the historic village of Titchfield, a much loved iconic and picturesque Grade II Listed cottage with origins dating back to the 1600’s offering three bedrooms and two generous reception rooms. On entering the property a doorway leads from the Hallway into the really well-proportioned dual aspect Sitting Room where the wealth of period features are immediately apparent evoking a deep sense of history with exposed beams and a beautiful brick inglenook fireplace with gas coal effect fire, this room is south facing and is flooded with light. Double doors lead out onto a pretty courtyard. The generous Dining Room is conveniently located adjacent to the kitchen and Sitting Room, both of these stunning reception rooms are wonderful spaces in which to relax and to entertain with a wealth of character features. The cottage style Kitchen has been fitted with painted wooden cupboards with beech worktops and a range of appliances. A beautiful curving oak staircase rises to the first floor flanked on one side by original oak beams and feature brick chimney stack. There are three double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobe cupboards, and Bedroom 1 in particular is a lovely tranquil room overlooking the garden.  The bedrooms are complimented by two bathroom suites.  A particular feature of the cottage is the quiet secluded garden, which has a large terrace area spanning the width of the house; steps rise to an area of lawn flanked by stunning mature shrubs and, at the far end, there is a large wooden Summerhouse.



Titchfield itself is a beautiful unspoilt medieval village, home to the oldest Anglo-Saxon church in Hampshire.  The village has a thriving community and people flock to the boutique shops, cafes and public houses to enjoy the relaxed and friendly vibe.  Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve is on the outskirts of the village where you can walk to Hill Head beach and Meon Shore.



SUMMARY OF FEATURES:

Stable entrance door; Flue in place to Sitting Room fireplace; Back lit brick wall to inglenook fireplace; Oak ledge and braced doors; Fitted shelves and cupboard to nook adjacent to fireplace; Kitchen appliances to include 4 ring gas hob with extractor, Neff oven and grill, fridge/freezer and washing machine; Drying cupboard to Kitchen; Marathon boiler, annually serviced; Security shutters to rear of cottage; Wash hand basin with vanity cupboard to Bedroom 1; Airing cupboard in Shower Room; Good sized loft, partially boarded, with light and ladder; Three garden store cupboards.



GENERAL INFORMATION:

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



DISTANCES:

Local amenities: 0.1 miles; Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve - 0.4 miles; Hill Head beach – 3.2 miles; Whiteley Shopping Centre – 3.5 miles; Fareham Train Station – 2.0 miles