A four bedroom two/three reception room period family home with the added benefit of two cellar rooms in the requested Craneswater location retaining many of its original features.

  • Entrance hall
  • Front aspect lounge with period fireplace
  • Rear aspect dining room
  • Kitchen opening onto sun room/conservatory
  • Two cellar rooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Four bedrooms
  • Rear courtyard garden
  • Gas heating and double glazing
  • Requested Craneswater area location

ACCOMMODATION

ENTRANCE HALL via period part panelled part frosted leadlight coloured glazed front door with matching fanlight over, radiator, period skirting boards, picture rail and ceiling coving, decorative plaster arch, natural wood period panelled doors with enamel push plates and furniture to all rooms, split level entrance hall with stairs rising to all floors with natural wood banister, carved spindles and newel post, period panelling below, steps down with access to cellar rooms, further radiator, feature servant bell display box, plain plastered ceiling.

CELLAR ROOMS via staircase down from split level entrance hall, cellar entrance area with cloaks area, tongue and groove natural wood panelled doors, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, under staircase storage area, storage cupboard approximately 9ft 10 (3.00m) x 3ft 10 (1.16m) light point, wood laminate flooring.

CELLAR ROOM 1 16ft (4.89m) into bay reducing to 9ft 10 (3.01m) x 13ft 7 (4.16m) reducing to 10ft 8 (3.27m) front aspect room via double glazed window, original chimney breast with recess, wood grain panel effect door concealing gas meter and electric meter and fuses, single panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights.

CELLAR ROOM 2 13ft 2 (4.01m) x 11ft 7 (3.53m) rear aspect room via ceiling height single glazed window, chimney breast, ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, wood laminate flooring.

LOUNGE 13ft 1 (4.00m) x 13ft 8 (4.17m) plus deep front aspect bay window with easterly orientation approximately 7ft 9 (2.73m) x 2ft 10 (0.87m) easterly facing front aspect room via double glazed sliding sash windows, central chimney breast with period fire surround with wooden mantle and display shelf, cast iron back with decorative tiled inserts, cast iron grate, tiled hearth, natural wood exposed period floorboards, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose, plain plastered ceiling, feature arch (this room could be knocked through to the dining room behind), double panelled radiator.

DINING ROOM 13ft (3.98m) x 11ft 4 (3.47m) westerly facing rear aspect room via double glazed sliding sash windows overlooking side storage area and towards rear garden, central chimney breast with wooden mantle and surround, marble effect back and hearth, single panelled radiator, telephone point, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose, plain plastered ceiling.

GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM /UTILITY ROOM 7ft 7 (2.31m) reducing to 4ft 8 (1.42m) x 9ft 7 (2.94m) reducing to 4ft 3 (1.31m) L-shaped side aspect room via frosted double glazed windows, corner shower cubicle with two tiles walls, glazed door/curved screen, chrome shower mixer with separate control panel, close coupled w.c, square ceramic wash hand basin with chrome monobloc swan neck mixer tap over set into granite effect roll edge work surfaces, tiled splashback, tiling to all walls from floor to ceiling, ceramic floor tiles, space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, two cupboards via wood grain panel effect doors concealing boiler and tank, further linen storage cupboards via matching doors, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan.

KITCHEN 12ft 10 (3.92m) reducing to 11ft 7 (3.55m) x 11ft 4 (3.47m) side and rear aspect room, to the side double glazed window overlooking side storage area, to the rear archway leading through to sun room/conservatory.  Kitchen comprising cream high gloss units with brushed steel furniture, one and half bowl stainless steel inset sink unit with brushed steel effect monobloc swan neck mixer tap over, granite effect roll edge work surfaces with black bevel edge tiled splashback, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards with under and over pelmet, high level storage cupboards, two eyelevel glazed display cupboards with glass shelving, space for freestanding fridge/freezer, space for cooker, adjacent built-in oven and grill, integrated dishwasher, stone effect ceramic floor tiles leading through to conservatory/sun room, period coving and decorative ceiling rose.

CONSERVATORY/SUN ROOM 10ft 10 (3.31m) x 11ft 5 (3.48m) side and rear aspect room via double glazed windows, side aspect double glazed door leading out onto side storage area and rear garden, further double glazed French doors opening out onto westerly facing rear aspect block paved courtyard garden, stone effect ceramic floor tiles, matching kitchen, double panelled radiator, double glazed polycarbonate sloping roof, two wall light points.

FIRST MEZZANINE LEVEL period natural wood panelled doors with enamel push plates and furniture to bedroom four and family bathroom, radiator, period skirting boards, dado rail, plain plastered ceiling, stairs rising to first floor with natural wood banister, carved spindles and newel post.

BEDROOM 4 12ft 10 (3.92m) x 11ft 5 (3.48m) westerly facing rear aspect room via double glazed sliding sash window, central chimney breast with period cast iron mantle, decorative surround, cast iron grate and tiled hearth, adjacent period built-in wardrobe with natural wood panel door and storage drawer below, period skirting boards, dado rail, double panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling, natural wood exposed period floorboards.

FAMILY BATHROOM 9ft 10 (3.00m) reducing to 5ft 1 (1.56m) x 8ft (2.46m) reducing to 5ft (1.53m) L-shape side aspect room via frosted double glazed windows, white three piece suite comprising deep spa bath with chrome waterfall bath mixer, chrome bath control taps and buttons, separate handheld shower head, close coupled w.c., period style pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps, tiling to all walls to dado level with decorative dado tile and decorative inset tiles, white bevel edge tiling, double panelled radiator, marble effect flooring, plain plastered ceiling, wall light point.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING period natural wood panelled doors with enamel push plate and furniture to bedroom one and bedroom two, period skirting boards and dado rail, stairs rising to second mezzanine level with natural wood banister, carved spindles and newel post, plain plastered ceiling.

BEDROOM 2 13ft (3.97m) x 11ft 5 (3.48m) westerly facing rear aspect room via double glazed sliding sash window, central chimney breast with period cast iron mantle and decorative surround, decorative tiled inserts, cast iron back and grate, tiled hearth, adjacent period built-in wardrobe via panelled door and storage drawer below, period skirting boards, coved ceiling, natural wood exposed period floorboards, single panelled radiator.

BEDROOM 1 17ft 10 (5.45m) x 13ft 6 (4.13m) plus easterly facing front aspect double glazed bay window with sliding sashes approximately 7ft 9 (2.37m) x 2ft 10 (0.87m) adjacent easterly facing front aspect double glazed window overlooking Bembridge Crescent, central chimney breast with period wooden mantle and surround, cast iron back with decorative tiled inserts, cast iron grate, tiled hearth, adjacent period double wardrobe via panel effect doors with storage drawer below, period skirting boards and ceiling coving, double panelled radiator, natural wood exposed period floorboards.

SECOND MEZZANINE LEVEL natural wood period panelled doors with enamel push plates and furniture to bedroom three and top floor bathroom, period skirting boards and dado rail, plain plastered ceiling, open tread staircase leading to door and access to loft space, bathroom flooring control panel.

LOFT SPACE 18ft (5.49m) x 14ft (4.28m) plus under eaves storage space, further high level storage space, insulated and part boarded, light point.

TOP FLOOR BATHROOM 10ft (3.03m) x 8ft 1 (2.46m) side aspect room via frosted double glazed sliding sash window, white four piece suite comprising period style stand-alone ball and claw roll top bath with chrome bath/shower mixer, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap and pop-up waste, marble effect tiled splashback, matching floor tiling, close coupled w.c., corner shower cubicle with two tiled walls with marble effect tiling, glazed curved door/screen, chrome shower mixer with separate handheld shower head plus further sunflower shower head over, marble effect tiled flooring, towel rail/radiator, cast iron period fire surround with cast iron mantle and decorative back and cast iron grate, wall light point, shaver point, underfloor heating, plain plastered part sloping ceiling, extractor fan.

BEDROOM 3 11ft 5 (3.50m) x 12ft 9 (3.90m) reducing to 11ft 7 (3.54m) westerly facing rear aspect room overlooking Parkstone avenue to the rear, period cast iron fire surround with decorative back, cast iron grate, adjacent period built-in wardrobe via panelled door, double panelled radiator, part sloping ceiling.

OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is forecourt area with period tiled flooring, flower border with period roped edging stones with decorative slate chippings, outside courtesy light, retaining brick wall with wrought iron gate.  To the rear of the property there is an enclosed block paved courtyard garden, westerly orientation with raised flower borders, further ground level flower borders with period rope edging stones with mature flowers and shrubs, outside tap, wooden gate leading out into Parkstone Avenue, outside powerpoint.

NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the size, layout and flexible accommodation that this period double bay family home has to offer with the added benefit of cellar rooms and is close proximity to Canoe Lake and Southsea seafront.

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