A four bedroom semi-detached family home with the benefit of a loft conversion providing master bedroom and bathroom. The property is situated in the requested cul-de-sac location of Aberdare Avenue, Drayton with access at the end of the cul-de-sac to Portsdown Hill.
- Entrance hall
- Front aspect lounge with bay window
- Rear aspect dining room
- Cream panel effect shaker design kitchen
- Three first floor bedrooms
- First floor family shower room
- Top floor master bedroom
- Top floor three piece bathroom suite
- Gas heating and double glazing
- Driveway and garage
- Westerly facing enclosed rear garden
- Top floor rear aspect views over Portsmouth and towards Portchester
ENTRANCE HALL via frosted double glazed front door with adjacent frosted double glazed window and fanlight over, double panelled radiator, stairs leading to first floor with natural wood banister and spindles, exposed varnished floorboards, wood grain panel effect doors to all rooms, understairs storage cupboards, plain plastered ceiling, mains powered smoke detector, two wall light points.
LOUNGE 12ft 2 (3.72m) x 11ft 10 (3.60m) plus deep square easterly facing front aspect double glazed bay window overlooking front garden, central chimney breast with stone effect mantle and surround, stone effect hearth, display recess, exposed varnished floorboards, television point, three wall light points, coved and plain plastered ceiling, double panelled radiator.
DINING ROOM 12ft (3.66m) x 10ft 10 (3.31m) westerly facing rear aspect room via single glazed door with adjacent single glazed window overlooking conservatory and through to rear garden, double panelled radiator, central chimney breast with wooden mantle and surround, exposed varnished floorboards, coved and plain plastered ceiling, two wall light points.
GROUND FLOOR WC comprising white two piece suite, close coupled suite with concealed cistern, square wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap and pop-up waste, stone effect tiled shelf over, vinyl flooring, extractor fan.
KITCHEN 21ft 2 (6.46m) x 6ft 8 (2.03m) reducing to 4ft (1.22m) (incorporating ground floor wc). Kitchen comprising cream panel effect shaker design units with brushed steel furniture, one and half bowl stainless steel inset sink unit with swan neck mixer tap over, wood block effect roll edge work surfaces with tiled splashback, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards, brushed steel electric oven and grill with four ring electric induction hob and integrated cooker hood over, adjacent pan drawers, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge/freezer, double panelled radiator, single glazed door leading through to conservatory with adjacent single glazed window, double glazed rear aspect westerly facing window overlooking rear garden above sink, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, further built-in larder units and breakfast bar area with wood grain effect roll edge work surface, wood grain effect laminate flooring.
CONSERVATORY 11ft 2 (3.40m) x 9ft 1 (2.78m) westerly facing room via double glazed French doors opening out onto paved and lawned westerly facing rear garden, adjacent double glazed windows with panelling below, double panelled radiator, wood grain effect laminate flooring, double glazed polycarbonate roof, utility area with space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer with wood grain panel effect work surface over.
FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING with natural wood banister and spindles, stairs rising to top floor, wood grain panel effect doors with chrome furniture to all rooms, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlight, mains powered smoke detector.
BEDROOM 2 12ft 1 (3.59m) x 12ft (3.64m) plus deep front aspect square easterly facing double glazed bay window overlooking front garden, central chimney breast, single panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling.
BEDROOM 3 11ft 10 (3.61m) x 9ft 1 (2.77m) westerly facing rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, single panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling.
BEDROOM 4 8ft 7 (2.61m) x 7ft 1 (2.16m) westerly facing rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, single panelled radiator, cupboard via panel effect door concealing boiler, plain plastered ceiling.
FAMILY SHOWER ROOM 5ft 9 (1.77m) x 5ft 3 (1.61m) easterly facing front aspect room via frosted double glazed window, white three piece suite comprising corner shower cubicle with two tiled walls, curved glazed door/screen with chrome furniture, chrome shower and integrated jet wash shower system with separate hand held shower head, close coupled w.c with concealed cistern, storage shelf over, white corner wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap, white high gloss storage cupboard below with chrome furniture, marble effect tiling to all walls and matching tiling to floor, chrome towel rail/radiator, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan.
TOP FLOOR LANDING with double glazed skylight window, plain plastered part sloping ceiling, wood grain panel effect doors to master bedroom and bathroom.
BATHROOM 5ft 10 (1.80m) x 6ft (1.84m) white three piece suite comprising panel enclosed bath with stone effect tiled surround, chrome bath mixer with pop-up waste, electric shower mixer over with chrome shower head, glazed screen, close coupled wc., rectangular wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap, white high gloss storage cupboard below, tiling to all walls, ceramic floor tiles, wall light point, feature glass block inserts to wall, extractor fan, plain plastered ceiling, double glazed skylight window.
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE 18ft 7 (5.66m) reducing to 10ft 1 (3.08m) reducing to 6ft (1.83m) x 15ft (4.57m) max. reducing to 11ft 9 (3.59m) reducing to 8ft (2.44m) (measurement approximate due to irregular shape of L-shaped room), front to rear room, to the front easterly facing double glazed skylight window set into plain plastered part sloping feature ceiling, to the rear westerly facing double glazed window with roof top views with adjacent double glazed French doors opening out onto glass Juliet balcony with roof top views, trees and views across Portsmouth and towards Portchester, the Isle of Wight beyond and to the right towards Portsdown Hill. Fitted bedroom furniture via wood grain panel effect doors with brushed steel effect furniture concealing hanging rail and storage shelf space, further built-in storage drawers, double panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights.
OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a concrete driveway with off road parking for three cars, adjacent garden area, up and over door leading through to single garage. To the rear of the property there is an enclosed westerly facing flagstone and lawned rear garden approximately 53ft 1 (16.18m) x 27ft (8.25m) main flagstone paved patio area directly off of conservatory, outside tap, patio area leading round through to double glazed French doors to rear of garage, garage approximately 26ft 3 (8.02m) x 7ft 2 (2.20m) access to the front of the property via up and over door. Main garden mostly laid to lawn with westerly aspect with mature flower borders with trees and shrubs.
NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is recommended to appreciate the size, layout and location of this four bedroom semi-detached family home situated in a quiet, requested cul-de-sac location close to Portsdown Hill and with rear views over Portsmouth and towards Portchester and the Isle of Wight Beyond. We are advised by the vendor that the property has solar panels.
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