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Manns & Manns Our Bursledon Office
Portsmouth Road
SO31 8EP

023 8040 4055

Station Road, Netley Abbey, Southampton

Guide Price £400,000 - For Sale
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Key Features:

  • Three Bedroom Semi-Detached Property
  • Kitchen
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Bathroom
  • Large Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Off Road Parking
  • Village Location
  • Close Proximity To Local Amenities
  • Period Features


Guide Price £400,000 - Rare opportunity to acquire this lovely three bedroom semi-detached Victorian dwelling in a highly sought after location in the heart of Netley Abbey. With a large, enclosed rear garden and off-road parking, early viewing is highly recommended.

Ground Floor Accommodation
Upon entering the property, you are greeting by a light and spacious hallway, with an insert coir mat, doors to principal rooms, stairs rising to the first floor and understairs storage. From the outset, the high, coved ceilings, skirting boards and archway reflect the current owner’s dedication to retaining a number of period features during renovation.
The well-proportioned living room, to the front elevation, boasts a large bay window and a fireplace with a tiled back and hearth and a wooden surround, which are in-keeping with the age of the house. The large dining room boasts ample space for your dining furniture; however, this versatile space offers the flexibility to be utilised as an office, playroom or similar. There is a double glazed UPVC window to the rear elevation, high skirting boards, coved ceiling and a cast iron fireplace with a wooden surround.

The kitchen is located at the rear of the house and has been refitted with a range of matching base units to one side of the room, with a square edge worksurface over. A UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation, sits above a 1½ bowl stainless steel sink and drainer. There is an eye-level electric oven, five ring gas hob with an extractor hood over, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, and further appliance space. At the rear of the kitchen is a combination boiler. French doors to the rear aspect, open out onto an area of wooden decking, making this the perfect space for gathering and taking advantage of the seamless transition from indoor to outdoor entertaining.

First Floor Accommodation
Ascending to the first-floor landing, there is a wooden spindle balustrade, a loft access point and doors to all rooms.
Bedroom one, is a large double room spanning the width of the property. There are two double glazed UPVC windows to the front elevation making this a light and airy space, perfect for relaxing and unwinding. This bedroom has the added allure of a cast iron fireplace and mantel within the chimney breast. Bedroom two, also a good-sized double, has a UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation which overlooks the garden. Bedroom three, to the rear of the house, has a UPVC double glazed window with views over the garden. The well-equipped bathroom is fully tiled and comprises of a double shower cubicle with a rainfall effect shower, low level WC and a wash hand basin with a vanity unit beneath. The bathroom also benefits from a heated towel radiator and heated mirror with integral lighting.

Externally, the property is approached via a footpath, which is accessed by what is believed to be the original wrought iron gate. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and is enclosed by a wall.
A shared access, gated driveway at the side of the house leads to a pea shingle parking area, boasting off-road parking for multiple vehicles. Here, you will find a further area of land, which has the potential to house a workshop or garage (subject to planning).
The large rear garden is laid to lawn and enclosed by timber fencing with concrete posts to either side. An area of decking, adjacent to the property, presents the ideal spot for outdoor entertaining and al-fresco dining. At the foot of garden are double gates, allowing secure storage for a small tender and providing pedestrian access to the parking area.

Additional Information
COUNCIL TAX BAND: D - Eastleigh Borough Council.
UTILITIES: Mains gas, electric, water and drainage.
LEASE LENGTH: Residue of 1000 years from 1898 and 999 years from 1898.
Viewings strictly by appointment with Manns and Manns only. To arrange a viewing please contact us.