A two bedroom mid terrace house that has been modernised, extended and improved throughout by the current owners.  The Property has the benefit of full open plan ground floor living and an upstairs four piece contemporary style bathroom suite and externally at the bottom of the rear garden there is a home office/work shop.

  • Ground floor open plan living
  • Lounge area
  • Feature log burning stove
  • Cream high gloss kitchen with feature island
  • Tri-fold doors to rear garden
  • Two bedrooms
  • White four piece upstairs bathroom suite
  • Gas heating and double glazing
  • Enclosed lawned rear garden
  • Home office in rear garden
  • Contemporary features throughout


OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/DINING ROOM/KITCHEN 42ft 1 (12.84m) x 12ft 1 (3.70m) reducing to 10ft 8 (3.26m) the open plan ground floor living is split into three areas.  Lounge area with feature log burning stove, exposed brick surround, granite hearth and floating feature sleeper mantle, oak laminate flooring, three feature vertical radiators, natural wood skirting boards, concealed wiring within walls for surround speaker system and television.  Throughout the property there are numerous Cat5 points, sockets with integrated USB chargers, feature oak staircase rising to first floor with oak treads and centre carpet runner, glass panels between banisters, oak newel post, plain plastered ceiling with inset zone lighting, spotlights, mains powered smoke detector, dimmer switches, westerly facing front aspect double glazed period style sash window with built-in shutters.  Kitchen area comprising cream high gloss units, feature central island unit, kitchen comprising resin single bowl single drainer inset sink unit with chrome monobloc mixer tap over, wood block effect work surfaces with matching splashback, glass splashback to sink, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards with under and over pelmet, under pelmet lighting, split drawer dishwasher, space for washing machine, space for range cooker, space for freestanding fridge/freezer, integrated microwave/oven, brushed steel cooker hood over space for range cooker, island unit with storage cupboards and drawers under wood block effect work surface, feature skirting board drawers, integrated wine cooler, breakfast bar area, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights plus glazed sloping ceiling, further rear aspect tri-fold engineer oak frames, double glazed skylight window set into part sloping feature ceiling with further inset ceiling spotlights, natural wood skirting boards, feature vertical radiator, laminate tile effect flooring.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING access to roof space, there is a pull down ladder, loft storage area with wall mounted boiler, all of the network cabling for the whole house is in the loft with power points and lighting, oak panel effect doors with pewter coloured furniture to all rooms, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, central heating control panel.

BATHROOM 9ft 9 (2.97m) x 6ft 6 (2.00m) four piece contemporary style suite comprising deep rectangular shape panel enclosed bath with chrome monobloc waterfall tap over, handheld shower head, glass splashback and shelf, close coupled wc, ceramic wash hand basin with chrome monobloc waterfall tap with pop-up waste, glass splashback, storage cupboard below, walk-in shower cubicle with glass splashback, door and screen, chrome principle monsoon shower head, separate handheld shower head, vinyl flooring, shaver point, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, frosted rear aspect double glazed sliding sash window, chrome towel rail/radiator.

BEDROOM 1 14ft 10 (4.52m) x 8ft 8 (2.65m) westerly facing front aspect room via period style double glazed sliding sash windows with built-in window shutters, chimney breast with period style cast iron back, wooden surround and mantle, wood grain effect laminate flooring, feature vertical radiator, built-in double wardrobe via wood grain panel effect doors with pewter effect furniture concealing storage space, television point, plain plastered ceiling.

BEDROOM 2 8ft 10 (2.71m) x 6ft 6 (1.98m) easterly facing rear aspect room via period style double glazed sliding sash windows, feature vertical radiator, wood grain effect laminate flooring, plain plastered ceiling, television point.

OUTSIDE to the rear of the property there is an enclosed easterly facing rear garden approximately 55ft 3 (16.86m) x 12ft 1 (3.70m) (measurements taken to rear work shop), split level with lawn area, flagstone paved patio area, outside tap, outside lighting and power, further rear patio area leading to home office/workshop, engineer oak tri-fold doors, power and light points, Cat5 network cabling space for work bench, LED lighting.

NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the size, layout, finish and the ability to live and work from home in this centrally located two bedroom house that has been extended and improved by the current owners.

COUNCIL TAX – Portsmouth City Council – Band ‘B’


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