Five bedroom substantial split level semi detached property with good sized accommodation throughout and would suit a growing family who want to be in Central Southsea.

  • Split Level Entrance Hall
  • Front Aspect Sitting Room
  • Kitchen\Breakfast Room
  • Downstairs Bathroom
  • Cellar Storage Room
  • Four\Five Bedrooms
  • First Floor Family Bathroom
  • Gas Heating & Double Glazing
  • L Shaped Good Sized Rear Garden
  • Central Southsea
  • An Internal Inspection is Recommended

ENTRANCE HALL via period panelled front door with single glazed fanlight over, cupboard housing electric meter, fuses and gas meter, wood grain flooring, period skirting boards and picture rail, period stair case with banister, carved spindles and newel post rising up and down to all floors, period natural wood panelled door to Kitchen\Breakfast room, natural wood part panelled part frosted glazed door to Sitting Room, part sloping plain plastered ceiling.

KITCHEN\BREAKFAST ROOM 13ft 5 (4.11m) x 11ft 5 (3.48m) refitted contemporary style Black high gloss and chrome units comprising of double bowl stainless steel inset sink with chrome monobloc mixer tap over, Granite work surfaces throughout with Granite splashback, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eye level storage cupboards, under and over pelmets, built-in pan drawers, integrated dishwasher, integrated washing machine and fridge\freezer, adjacent built-in coffee maker and Brushed Steel microwave, Brushed Steel electric cooker with four ring gas hob and Brushed Steel cooker hood over, Breakfast Bar area with Chrome leg, Porcelain floor tiles, feature contemporary style vertical radiator, southerly rear aspect double glazed French Doors with double glazed fanlight over opening on to split level block and flagstone paved rear garden, coved ceiling.

SITTING ROOM 15ft (4.54m) x 15ft (4.54m) plus deep front aspect double glazed bay window with integrated window blinds approx. 7ft 8 (2.34m) x 3ft (0.93m) double panel radiator set into bay window, further single panel radiator, central chimneybreast, television point, telephone point, period skirting boards and picture rail, small banister with carved spindles and newel post with steps down to lower entrance hall.

LOWER ENTRANCE HALL with natural wood period panelled door to dining room and steps down to Cellar.

DINING ROOM 13ft 6 (4.12m) x 9ft 1 (2.79m) reducing 7ft 6 (2.30m) southerly rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking garden, chimneybreast with high level mantle and adjacent built-in storage cupboard via natural wood period style panelled door concealing shelving, single panel radiator, wood grain effect flooring, coved ceiling, door frame leading to rear lobby area.

CELLAR ROOM under entrance hall restricted head height cellar storage room, electric meter and trip switches.

REAR LOBBY AREA period style natural wood panelled doors to ground floor bathroom and boiler cupboard, Ceramic floor tiles, central heating room thermostat, part panelled part frosted double glazed door to garden, coved ceiling.

BOILER CUPBOARD with wall mounted Combination Boiler.

BATHROOM 6ft 5 (1.95m) x 6ft 6 (2.00m) Peach coloured three piece suite comprising a panel enclosed bath with Chrome bath\shower mixer, glazed screen and tiled surround, pedestal wash hand basin with Chrome taps and tiled splashback, close coupled w.c., single panel radiator, Ceramic floor tiles, coved ceiling, frosted side aspect double glazed window.

FIRST MEZZANINE LEVEL single panel radiator, stairs rising to first floor with period banister, carved spindles and newel post, period style panelled door leading to bedrooms 4 & 5.

BEDROOM 4 13ft 5 (4.10m) x 9ft 3 (2.82m) reducing to 8ft (2.45m) southerly rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking garden, double panel radiator, chimneybreast display recess, period style built-in storage cupboard via natural wood panelled door, exposed period natural wood floorboards, period style skirting boards, plain plastered ceiling, door frame leading to bedroom 5.

BEDROOM 5 14ft 9 (4.51m) reducing to 14ft (4.27m) x 6ft 7 (2.02m) reducing to 5ft (1.54m) southerly rear aspect room via double glazed window, exposed period natural wood floorboards, period style skirting boards, plain plastered ceiling.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING period style natural wood panelled doors to bedrooms 1 & 2, natural wood part panelled part frosted etched glazed door with adjacent frosted etch glazed windows to bathroom, period style skirting boards, plain plastered ceiling, access to roof space, period staircase rising to second mezzanine level with banister, carved spindles and newel post. 

BEDROOM 1 15ft (4.57m) x 15ft (4.57m) front aspect room via period sliding sash windows, central chimneybreast with feature railway sleeper mantle and surround, recessed display niche set into chimneybreast, natural wood bookshelves to either side of chimneybreast, natural wood period exposed floorboards, period skirting boards, double panel radiator, ceiling coving.

BEDROOM 2 13ft 5 (4.11m) x 11ft 3 (3.49m) southerly rear aspect room via double glazed windows overlooking rear garden, natural wood period exposed floorboards, chimneybreast with period natural wood mantle and surround, cast iron back and porcelain tiled hearth, feature contemporary style radiator, coved and plain plastered ceiling.

BATHROOM 12ft 1 (3.70m) x 5ft 3 (1.60m) dual side and rear aspect room via period frosted single glazed sash windows, period three piece bathroom suite comprising cast iron rolled top ball and claw bath with original style chrome taps and chrome sunflower shower mixer over, shower rail, wall mounted period style wash hand basin with period style chrome taps, period style high level w.c. with pull chain, chrome pipe and cast iron cistern, single panel radiator, stone effect tiled flooring, built-in cupboard housing Combination Boiler, plain plastered ceiling.

SECOND MEZZANINE LEVEL with period banister, carved spindles and newel post, plain plastered ceiling, period panelled door to bedroom 3.

BEDROOM 3 13ft 8 (4.16m) x 9ft 3 (2.83m) reducing to 8ft (2.45m) southerly rear aspect room via feature low level double glazed window overlooking rear garden, single panel radiator, central chimneybreast with wooden mantle and surround, slate hearth, cast iron back and grate, plain plastered ceiling.

OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a retaining brick wall with metal gate leading to flagstoned deep front forecourt and pathway leading to side and rear of property. To the rear of the property there is an enclosed L shaped split level block paved and flagstone southerly rear garden approx. 40ft 4 (12.29m) reducing to 25ft 2 (7.69m|) x 25ft 5 (7.77m) reducing to 17ft 3 (5.26m) two separate patio areas, mature trees, central previously used swimming pool.

AGENTS NOTE An internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate this good sized well proportioned split level period family home situated in central Southsea in a road where family homes rarely become available.

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