A three bedroom two reception room mid terrace cottage style house with white three piece downstairs bathroom suite and an enclosed easterly facing lawned rear garden situated in the requested ‘Eastney Village’ location, internal inspection recommended.

  • Entrance hall
  • Front aspect lounge with bay window
  • Dining room with natural wood floorboards
  • Cream side aspect kitchen
  • White three piece downstairs bathroom
  • Three bedrooms
  • Gas heating and double glazing
  • Enclosed decked and lawned easterly facing rear garden
  • Requested ‘Eastney Village’ location
  • Internal inspection recommended
  • Approximately 300 metres from Eastney Seafront
  • “Chain Free”

ACCOMMODATION

ENTRANCE HALL via part panelled part frosted leadlight coloured double glazed front door with frosted single glazed fanlight over, high level cupboard housing electric meter and fuses, single panelled radiator, period natural wood panelled doors with brushed steel effect furniture leading through to lounge and dining room, staircase rising to first floor with natural wood banister and carved newel post, wooden dado rail, plain plastered ceiling.

LOUNGE 11ft 10 (3.62m) extending to 14’ (4.28m) maximum when measured in to the bay window x 9ft 8 (2.97m) front aspect double glazed westerly facing bay window, central chimney breast with recessed wooden mantle, display niche below, double panelled radiator, book shelves either side of chimney breast, period skirting boards, plain plastered ceiling, door frame leading through to dining room.

DINING ROOM 13ft (3.95m) x 9ft 8 (2.97m) easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed tilt and turn window, double panelled radiator, exposed natural wood vanished period floorboards, display recess within chimney breast, wood grain panel effect door to understairs storage cupboard with brass furniture, plain plastered ceiling, understairs storage cupboard with cloaks area and gas meter, door frame from dining room leading through to kitchen.

KITCHEN 11ft 10 (3.61m) x 8ft 6 (2.61m) side aspect room via double glazed window, kitchen comprising cream units with brushed steel effect furniture, single bowl single drainer resin inset sink unit with monobloc swan neck mixer tap over, wood block effect surfaces with tiled splashback, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards, space for freestanding fridge/freezer, space for tumble dryer, built-in brushed steel electric oven with four ring gas hob over, wood grain effect laminate flooring, double panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling, wall mounted boiler, wooden frame fifteen pane glazed door leading through to rear lobby.

REAR LOBBY with part panelled part frosted double glazed door leading to rear garden, natural wood period panelled doors leading to bathroom and utility cupboard, single panelled radiator, vinyl flooring, plain plastered ceiling.

UTILITY CUPBOARD with space and plumbing for washing machine, storage shelves over.

BATHROOM 8ft 2 (2.51m) x 5ft 8 (1.74m) easterly facing rear aspect room via frosted double glazed window, white three piece suite comprising panel enclosed bath with tiled surround, central chrome bath mixer taps, further chrome shower mixer over, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap and pop-up waste, close coupled w.c., double panelled radiator, vinyl floor tiles, plain plastered ceiling, extractor fan.

FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING with banister, carved spindles and newel post with period style panelled doors to all rooms, wooden dado rail, plain plastered ceiling, access to roof space via pull down ladder, loft is part boarded.

BEDROOM 1 13ft (3.96m) x 12ft (3.65m) westerly facing front aspect room via double glazed tilt and turn window, single panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling.

BEDROOM 2 13ft (3.96m) x 7ft 7 (2.32m) reducing to 7ft 2 (2.19m) easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed tilt and turn window, single panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling.

BEDROOM 3 11ft 2 (3.41m) x 8ft 4 (2.55m) easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed tilt and turn window overlooking rear gardens, double panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling.

OUTSIDE to the rear of the property there is an enclosed easterly facing rear garden approximately 38ft 5 (11.72m) x 13ft 4 (4.06m) side storage area with outside tap leading to decked area with step down to mostly laid to lawn rear garden with stepping stones, shingle flower borders, lawned garden leading to further rear decked area with adjacent space for timber shed.

NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the size, layout and quality of this cottage style house situated in the requested ‘Eastney Village’ location.

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