A five bedroom two/three reception room semi-detached period house with period features in Central Southsea with rear off road parking.
- Front aspect lounge/dining room
- Side aspect Shaker design kitchen
- Rear aspect dining room
- 2 Large cellar rooms
- 5 Bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Separate wc
- Split level accommodation throughout
- Gas heating and double glazing
- Enclosed rear garden and parking access
- Period features throughout
- Craneswater location
- Good sized family period home
ENTRANCE HALL via period part panelled part frosted etched glazed front door with frosted single glazed fanlight over, single panelled radiator, period skirting boards, decorative plaster arch, dado rail, ceiling coving and decorative architrave, cloaks area, central heating room thermostat and control panel, stairs rising to all floors with natural wood banister, carved spindles and newel post, steps down to kitchen, period panelled doors to lounge/dining room.
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM Lounge area 13ft (3.98m) x 13ft 8 (4.18m) plus deep front aspect double glazed bay window, bay window approximately 7ft 8 (2.36m) x 3ft 1 (0.94m) front aspect room via double glazed sliding period style sash windows overlooking front forecourt area, period style skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose, plain plastered ceiling, central chimney breast with wooden mantle and surround, decorative cast iron back with tiled inserts, tiled hearth, television point, double panelled radiator, archway leading through to dining area. Dining area 13ft 2 (4.01m) x 11ft 5 (3.49m) rear aspect room via period single glazed sash window overlooking side lean to/conservatory, period style skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose, plain plastered ceiling, double panelled radiator. From the lounge/dining room there are two period panelled doors to entrance hall.
KITCHEN 11ft 5 (3.48m) x 10ft (3.05m) plus recess, side aspect room via period single glazed sash window with adjacent part panelled part double glazed door to rear garden with double glazed fanlight over, kitchen comprising cream ‘shaker’ design panel effect units with brushed steel effect furniture, one and half bowl stainless steel inset sink unit with swan neck monobloc mixer tap over, wood block work surfaces, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards with feature corner curved storage cupboards, pull out larder unit, space for washing machine, space for dishwasher, space for cooker and free standing fridge/freezer, ceramic floor tiles, plain plastered ceiling, period style skirting boards and picture rail, period panelled door leading down to cellar.
CELLAR cellar entrance area with understairs storage space, original coal hole/storage cupboard.
CELLAR ROOM 1 16ft 2 (4.93m) max. x 13ft 10 (4.22m) max. front aspect room, single glazed windows, electric meter and fuses, gas meter, central chimney breast with period cast iron mantle, decorative surround, cast iron grate. CELLAR ROOM 2 13ft 2 (4.03m) x 11ft 7 (3.54m) rear aspect room via single glazed windows, central chimney breast.
BREAKFAST ROOM 11ft 7 (3.54m) x 11ft 5 (3.48m) plus entrance recess, dual side and rear aspect room, to the side double glazed windows, to the rear double glazed French doors opening out onto rear garden and parking area, feature period marble mantle and surround, tiled inserts and tiled hearth, adjacent period built-in storage cupboards via natural wood panelled doors, exposed varnished floorboards, period style skirting board, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose, part panelled part frosted glazed door to kitchen.
FIRST MEZZANINE LEVEL period panelled doors to all rooms, part panelled part frosted glazed door to family bathroom and w.c.
BEDROOM 1 12ft 9 (3.89m) x 11ft 5 (3.49m) rear aspect room via double glazed sliding sash windows overlooking rear gardens, chimney breast with period cast iron mantle and decorative surround, adjacent recess with pedestal wash hand basin, chrome taps and tiled splashback, mirror over, blanket cupboards over sink, double panelled radiator, cupboard via louvered doors concealing hanging rail and storage space, period skirting boards and picture rail.
SEPARATE W.C comprising period style close coupled suite, wooden seat, wood laminate flooring, part frosted part coloured glazed period single glazed side aspect window, plain plastered ceiling.
FAMILY BATHROOM 8ft 2 (2.49m) x 6ft 7 (2.01m) max. side aspect room via frosted double glazed period style sliding sash windows, three piece suite comprising wood effect panel enclosed bath with chrome bath/shower mixer over, glazed screen, tiled surround with decorative mosaic tiles, close coupled period style w.c. with wooden seat, rectangular period style wash hand basin with chrome taps, single panelled radiator, wood laminate flooring, plain plastered ceiling.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING single panelled radiator, period panelled doors to all rooms, stairs rising to second mezzanine level with natural banister, carved spindles and newel post, high level access to loft space.
BEDROOM 2 13ft 1 (3.99m) x 11ft 6 (3.50m) max. rear aspect room via double glazed period style sliding sash windows, double panelled radiator, central chimney breast with period cast iron mantle and decorative surround, cast iron grate with tiled inserts, adjacent period built-in wardrobe with panelled doors and storage drawer below, period style skirting boards, picture rail, plain plastered ceiling.
BEDROOM 3 (Principle bedroom) 17ft 10 (5.43m) x 13ft 5 (4.11m) plus front aspect double glazed bay window approximately 7ft 8 (2.35m) x 3ft 1 (0.94m) front aspect room via double glazed period style sliding sash windows, adjacent double glazed period style sliding sash window, double panelled radiator, period style wash hand basin with gold effect taps, tiled splashback, period built-in wardrobe via panelled doors, storage drawer below, period style skirting boards, picture rail and ceiling coving.
SECOND MEZZANINE LEVEL period style picture rail, panelled doors to all rooms.
BEDROOM 4 11ft 7 (3.54m) x 11ft 5 (3.48m) plus entrance recess, rear aspect room via double glazed period style sash window overlooking rear gardens, period cast iron mantle, decorative surround, adjacent period built-in wardrobe via panelled door, double panelled radiator, period style skirting boards, picture rail, plain plastered ceiling.
BEDEROOM 5 10ft (3.05m) x 8ft 1 (2.47m) side aspect room via period single glazed sash window, period cast iron mantle piece suite decorative surround, cast iron grate, double panelled radiator, period style skirting boards and picture rail, plain plastered part sloping ceiling, access to roof space.
OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a forecourt area with period tiled flooring, flower borders with period rope edging stones, cast iron grate, outside courtesy light, adjacent pathway leading to rear garden. To the rear of the property there is an enclosed paved concrete rear garden with side storage area leading to side lean to/conservatory, side wooden gate leading to front of property, raised flower borders, period tiled flooring, metal roller garage door aperture leading to Parkstone Avenue, outside w.c.
NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the size, layout and flexible accommodation that this period house has to offer together with its wealth of period features throughout.
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