A rarely available three bedroom detached house having been in the current family for over 40 years which has the benefit of being situated in one of Southsea’s requested tree lined conservation roads approximately 400 yards from Palmerston Road shops.

  • Entrance hall
  • Ground floor cloakroom
  • Front aspect lounge with bay window
  • Rear aspect dining room
  • Wood grain shaker design oak kitchen
  • Three bedrooms
  • Three piece family bathroom suite
  • Gas heating and double glazing
  • Shingle front garden
  • Block paved driveway
  • Parking for approximately 4/5 cars
  • Single garage
  • Enclosed rear garden

ACCOMMODATION

ENTRANCE HALL via Georgian Style wood grain panelled front door with adjacent frosted single glazed window, side aspect westerly facing double glazed window, stairs rising to first floor with natural wood banister, carved wood and iron spindles, double panelled radiator, Georgian style panel effect doors to all rooms, built-in cloaks cupboard housing gas and electric meter and fuses.

GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM two piece suite comprising low level suite, corner wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome taps, tiling to dado level, frosted side aspect double glazed window, vinyl flooring.

LOUNGE 17ft 8 (5.40m) x 12ft (3.66m) plus front aspect square bay approximately 6ft 9 (2.07m) x 2ft 4 (0.71m) southerly front aspect room via single glazed windows, feature side port hole windows, central chimney breast with brick mantle and surround, television point, double panelled radiator, central heating room thermostat, frosted folding doors leading through to dining room.

DINING ROOM 10ft (3.05m) x 9ft 8 (2.96m) rear aspect room via double glazed sliding patio doors opening out onto paved rear garden, feature port hole glass window, frosted glazed folding door leading through to kitchen.

KITCHEN 10ft (3.05m) x 9ft (2.75m) rear aspect room via double glazed window with adjacent double glazed door leading out onto rear garden, kitchen comprising wood grain shaker design oak panel effect units with brushed steel furniture, one and half bowl stainless steel inset sink unit with chrome monobloc mixer tap over, granite effect roll edge work surfaces with tiled splashback, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards, space for washing machine, space for day fridge, eyelevel brushed steel oven and grill, four ring gas hob with brushed steel cooker hood over, ceramic floor tiles, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, double glazed westerly facing side aspect window.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING  with natural wood banister, carved spindles and iron spindles, double glazed side aspect westerly facing window, Georgian style panel effect doors to all rooms, access to roof space, built-in airing cupboard with shelving and wall mounted boiler.

BEDROOM 1 12ft 1 (3.69m) x 12ft (3.65m) (measurements taken to built-in fitted bedroom furniture) southerly front aspect room via double glazed window overlooking front garden and Merton Road, fitted bedroom furniture comprising triple mirror front sliding doors concealing hanging rail and storage shelf space, further one double one single fitted bedroom furniture with blanket cupboards over main bed area with his and hers recessed storage shelves and drawers below, further chest of drawers units, double panelled radiator.

BEDROOM 2 13ft 7 (4.15m) x 9ft 8 (2.96m) rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear garden, double panelled radiator, built-in double wardrobe via Georgian style panel effect doors concealing hanging rail and storage space, blanket cupboards over.

BEDROOM 3 10ft (3.05m) reducing to 7ft (2.15m) x 9ft (2.75m) reducing to 6ft 9 (2.05m) L-shaped rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear garden, double panelled radiator, built-in storage shelves and cupboard space.

BATHROOM 6ft 8 (2.04m) x 5ft 6 (1.68m) southerly front aspect room via frosted double glazed window, three piece coloured suite comprising P-shaped panel enclosed bath with tiled surround, chrome bath mixer and pop-up waste, separate chrome shower mixer with glazed curved screen, glazed shelf and display recess, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap, close coupled w.c., chrome towel rail/radiator, stone effect tiling to all walls from floor to ceiling with decorative dado tile, matching floor tiles, light point.

OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a shingle garden area with flower borders with mature flowers, trees and shrubs plus block paved driveway approximately 62ft (18.90m) x 9ft (2.75m) plus further block paved area opening onto shingle garden area affording off road parking for approximately 4/5 cars, outside light, outside tap, wooden door leading to rear garden with adjacent metal up and over door leading to garage.  To the rear of the property there is an enclosed paved rear garden approximately 35ft (10.66m) x 31ft 1 (9.49m) reducing to 21ft 8 (6.60m) L-shaped paved garden with raised brick fronted flower borders with mature flowers and shrubs, single glazed door leading through to garage (currently work shop).

GARAGE 15ft 7 (4.75m) x 8ft 8 (2.64m) power and light points, side aspect double glazed window.

NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate this rarely available detached three bedroom family home that has the benefit of a good sized front and rear garden, driveway and garage parking that is situated in a tree lined conservation road that is Merton Road.

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