School Road Bursledon, SOUTHAMPTON, SO31
Guide Price £900,000
4 bedroom Detached House for sale: School Road Bursledon, SOUTHAMPTON, SO31
Guide Price £900,000
- Detached Four Bedroom Character Home
- Set in approx. one acre of ground
- Landscaped gardens
- Three Reception Rooms
- Two Ensuites and Family Bathroom
- Laundry Room
- Gas powered central heating system
- Video Entry System
- Large Garage, can store up to six cars or a boat
Guide Price £900,000 - £1,000,000Manns and Manns are delighted to market this stunning four bedroom detached home in Old Bursledon. Set within approx. one acre of grounds with three reception rooms, three bathrooms and landscape gardens. An early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation that is on offer.
This Cottage is a beautiful detached dwelling set in the Old Bursledon conservation area and is in approx.1 acre of grounds. The property was built in circa 1920’s and in 1994 the current vendor extended and refurbished it to boast a spacious family home which is full of character with exposed beams , open fires and leadlight windows. There are three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom and large conservatory to the ground floor. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, with the master bedroom and bedroom two both having ensuites, there is also a laundry room and family bathroom. Outside, there is a boiler room which houses the central heating boiler which is also a water softener too. The landscape gardens were designed by Catherine Heatherington Designs and provides a vast array of plants,, shrubbery and trees which backs onto woodland. To the front of the property, there is a large driveway where multiple vehicles can be parked, along with a large garage that can store several vehicles or a boat.
Detached Four Bedroom Character Home
Set in approx. one acre of ground
Three Reception Rooms
Two Ensuites and Family Bathroom
Gas powered central heating system
Video Entry System
Large Garage, can store up to six cars or a boat
No forward Chain
Bursledon is a village on the River Hamble in Hampshire, England. It is located within the borough of Eastleigh. Close to the city of Southampton, Bursledon has a railway station, a marina, dockyards and the Bursledon Windmill. Nearby villages include Swanwick, Hamble-le-Rice, Netley and Sarisbury Green.
The local area has some of the most picturesque riverside walks and has an array of water activities. The Hamble River is renowned for its sailing enthusiasts and marinas. Nearby, there is a range of restaurants, which include, the Jolly Sailor, Fox and Hounds, Linden Tree and the Ferry restaurant. The local primary school is Bursledon Primary and the secondary school is Hamble, which now has a leisure centre open to the public. There is local parkland nearby, which has tennis courts and is often used for cricket.
There is convenience stores nearby in Lowford village, a Tesco’s superstore and bus links from Lowford village and the A27. Southampton airport and city centre are within 7 miles if travelling by car. Southampton airport now has more choice for air links to work and holiday travel than ever before.
Historically Old Bursledon was the location King Henry VIII decided to build his fleet, because of its tree lined river banks. Submerged remnants can be found along the river banks. The area was also famous in the 1980’s because of the popular TV show Howards Way, which had been filmed by the Jolly Sailor and the Elephant Boatyard. The Bursledon windmill, as seen below, invites visitors to learn how the windmill works and is a great day out for children. Bursledon brickworks is also nearby and is now the last Victorian steam powered brickworks in the country.
FRONT OF THE PROPERTY
The property is accessed by a five bar gate leading to a large driveway providing parking for multiple vehicles. There is a pretty landscape front garden with borders containing a mixture of plants and shrubs, a sloping path leading to a lawn where there is a large feature pond with a waterfall, a sitting area and outside lighting,
A large canopied porch area with a solid wood door, opening to :
Exposed beam ceiling, a turning staircase to the first floor landing, doors to all principal rooms, a generous size under stairs storage cupboard, quarry tiled floor, double radiator and a hardwood double glazed leadlight window to the front elevation.
LIVING ROOM 5.44M X 3.65M
Exposed beamed ceiling and hardwood double glazed leadlight windows to the side and front elevation. A double radiator, dado rail, ample power points, TV point and fireplace to the corner of the room.
FAMILY / DINING ROOM
This open plan room is partial divided by exposed beams. The lounge area ( 3.66m x 4.65m )has exposed wooden beams, double glazed French doors opening to the conservatory, a feature brick fire place with real open fire, TV point and ample power points. The spacious dining area ( 6.21m x 3.90m) has double glazed leadlight windows to the rear and side elevations and double glazed French doors to the conservatory. There is a feature brick fire place with real open fire ample power points and radiator.
KITCHEN 6.78M X 3.00M
This is a cottage style kitchen with exposed beams to the ceiling, hardwood double glazed leadlight windows to side and front elevation and a quarry tiled floor. The kitchen comprises of solid pine shaker style wall and floor mounted units with a tiled work surface over, 1 ½ bowl ceramic sink, Aga with gas oven, separate Gaggenau electric oven with ceramic hob, two gas rings and griddle pan. An integrated microwave, fitted dresser, display cabinet, integrated fridge freezer, along with a further fridge and freezer, integrated dishwasher, ample power points and double glazed French doors to the conservatory.
CONSERVATORY 7.30M X REDUCING TO 4.81M X 3.90M REDUCING TO 2.39M
A lovely double glazed conservatory, built in 2011/12, provides a lovely addition to this house and overlooks the beautiful landscape gardens and benefits with under floor heating,. There are French doors opening to the large terrace and a double glazed side door which opens to the driveway and to the garage.
smooth plastered and coved ceiling with loft access and a hardwood double glazed leadlight window to the front elevation. Walk in laundry room and doors to all principal rooms.
MASTER BEDROOM 5.25M X 3.75M WIDENING TO 3.30M
Smooth plastered and coved ceiling, hardwood double glazed leadlight windows to the rear and side elevations, providing views over the gardens. Ample power points, double radiator and double doors to the walk in wardrobe (2.04m x 2.64m )which has smooth plastered ceiling, open fronted shelving and hanging space. Door to ;
Smooth plastered ceiling with recess spot lighting, hardwood double glazed leadlight window, fully tiled walls and floor, enclosed panel bath with central taps and shower attachment, wet room area with a glass screen and a seat. Two vertical chrome towel radiator, underfloor heating, wall hung WC, large ceramic sink with drawer unit beneath.
BEDROOM TWO 4.26M X 3.72M
Smooth plastered and coved ceiling, double glazed leadlight window to the front elevation, fitted wardrobes, radiator, ample power points and TV point. Door to ;
ENSUITE WET ROOM
Smooth plastered ceiling with recess spot lighting, double glazed leadlight window to the side elevation, tiled walls and floor, under floor heating, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap and drawers and cupboard space beneath. Wall hung WC, chrome vertical heated towel radiator and shaver point.
BEDROOM THREE 2.89M X 3.28M REDUCING TO 3.19M
Smooth plastered and coved ceiling, double glazed hardwood leadlight window to the rear elevation, double radiator and ample power points.
BEDROOM FOUR 3.25M X REDUCING TO 2.20M X 2.98M X REDUCING TO 2.03M
Smooth plastered and coved sloping ceiling, double glazed leadlight window to the front elevation, single radiator and ample power points.
Smooth plastered ceiling, double glazed hardwood leadlight window to the rear elevation and extractor fan. Panel enclosed bath with a telephone mixer tap over, large wash hand basin with vanity unit, WC, tiled walls and tiled effect vinyl floor covering. Vertical radiator and a single radiator.
A large terrace area with a mixture of block paving and Indian sandstone steps, prefect for alfresco dining with views over the garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn, with an array of shrubs, plants and trees which backs on to the woodland beyond. There is a small timber garden shed, further patio to the bottom of the garden and a further garden shed to to the side of the property. Access gate leading to the front of the property and hardwood door to the cellar.
DETACHED GARAGE 14.26M X 5.11M
Pitched tiled roof with an up and over door, Georgian style windows to the rear and side elevations and a door to the side. Ample power points and lighting. This is a sizeable garage and ideal for car/boat storage , or, could be converted to a self-contained annex, subject to planning,
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