High Street
Old Bursledon
Hampshire

Detached House: 2 beds, 1 bath, 3 receptions

£725,000

Agent Details

Brambles Estate Agents

Tel: 02380 408200

2 bedroom Detached House For Sale in High Street, Old Bursledon, Hampshire


Key Features

  • Victorian double fronted detached period property
  • Extensively renovated and also redecorated throughout
  • Newly fitted kitchen and batjroom
  • Three reception rooms
  • Set on a good size plot with potential to extend subject to planning permissions
  • Out building with views from the first floor to the Hamble River
  • Situated in Old Bursledon a stones throw away from the Hamble River

Summary

A beautiful Victorian property situated in the heart of Old Bursledon just a stones throw from the Hamble River.

Description

Brambles Estate Agents are delighted to market this beautiful Victorian double fronted detached period property. Situated in the heart of Old Bursledon just a stones throw to the Hamble River, this property retains its old village charm but has been extensively renovated throughout including new electrics, a new boiler, new windows and a new roof. It has also been redecorated through out. Other benefits include a newly fitted modern kitchen, a feature exposed brick chimney breast in the lounge, two double bedrooms and a newly fitted spacious family bathroom. Through double gates there is access to a shingle driveway providing off road parking for multiple vehicles as well as a two floor out building to the rear garden with views over to the water from the first floor. Set on a good size plot this property oozes potential to extend subject to planning permissions. Properties of this calibre rarely stay on the market for long so viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:
(All room dimensions are approximate)

HALL:
Door leading into hallway. Exposed floor boards. Stairs rising to first floor.

LOUNGE: 3.78m (12ft 5in) x 3.37m (11ft 1in)
Continuation of exposed floor boards. Exposed brick chimney breast. Double doors to storage space. Radiator. Sash window to front. Moulded skirting boards. Step down to kitchen/breakfast room.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 2.02m (6ft 8in) x 7.8m (25ft 7in)
Two double glazed windows to rear. Sash window to side. Moulded skirting boards. Door with double glazed inset to rear leading to garden. Door to understairs storage. Tiled flooring. Newly fitted kitchen. Stainless steel sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap. Range of matching wall and base units. Three point Aga. Integrated oven. Four gas burner hob with extractor hood above. Work surface.

SITTING ROOM: 3.78m (12ft 5in) x 3.34m (10ft 11in)
Radiator. Continuation of exposed floor boards. Moulded skirting boards. Sash window to front. Step up to family room.

FAMILY ROOM: 5.02m (16ft 6in) reducing to 3.60 x 4.4m (14ft 5in) maximum
Moulded skirting boards. Double glazed sky light. Radiator. Door with glazed insets to side leading out to rear garden. Two double glazed windows to side.

LANDING:
Access to loft. Exposed floor boards.

BEDROOM 1: 3.7m (12ft 2in) x 3.35m (11ft)
Continuation of exposed floor boards. Moulded skirting boards. Sash window to front. Radiator. Door to storage cupboard

BEDROOM 2: 3.7m (12ft 2in) x 3.35m (11ft)
Sash window to front. Exposed floor boards. Radiator. Moulded skirting boards.

BATHROOM: 2.31m (7ft 7in) x 7.8m (25ft 7in)
Step down to bathroom from landing. Vinyl flooring. Two double glazed opaque windows to rear. Panelled bath. Radiator. Shower cubical with tiled surround and wall mounted shower attachments. Grand sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap set in modern vanity unit. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail. Low level W.C. Door to airing cupboard housing new wall mounted boiler. Moulded skirting boards.

OUTSIDE:
Shingle area driveway with access via double gates. Brick border surround. Mature shrubbery and trees.

OUT BUILDING:
Stairs rising to first floor. Two velux windows to first floor with views to the water.

LOCATION:
Elm Dale Cottage is situated in the heart of Old Bursledon. Bursledon was for many years known for its ship building predominately for the Royal Navy and including Henry VIII’s fleet. The Elephant Boatyard still continues this tradition and specialises in the refurbishment, maintenance and custom builds of wooden sailing and motor boats. The yard and adjacent public house, The Jolly Sailor are located on the banks of the Hamble River and were featured in the 1980’s BBC television series ‘ Howards Way’. Old Bursledon plays host to the annual Swanwick, Bursledon and Warsash Regatta every August, run and hosted by many locals and businesses this features sailing and rowing races, BBQ’s and evening meals, public bars and culminates in the torchlight parade and fireworks display.

Disclaimer

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