6 bedroom detached house for saleBurridge, Hampshire
Withdrawn from Market £1,395,000
- Large annexe with underfloor heating
- Engineered oak flooring
- Solar panels
- Over half an acre of garden
Situated in a beautifully tucked away position amongst half acre, private grounds, a stunning architect designed residence originally constructed in 1929, which has been sympathetically and thoughtfully extended by my clients who have resided at the property since 1998. The property also benefits from a superb oak framed barn of 1568 sq ft, which was built in 2003,the building is currently used by my clients as a home office but offers superb potential to be used as a three-bedroom annexe.
The house extends in total to 4550 sq ft and is well proportioned throughout with four generous reception rooms, in addition to a superb live in kitchen/breakfast room. The drawing room is dual aspect and centres of an open 'Jetmaster' fire and leads through to the superb conservatory via double doors. The kitchen has beautiful travertine flooring and is fitted with ample oak wall and base units with granite worktops, a Rangemaster cooker,Franke sink and a range of Neff integrated appliances and leads into the generous breakfast room which has an oak floor, wood burning stove and bi-fold doors to the gardens. Both the Dining Room andFamily Room are dual aspect with oak flooring; the family room has bi fold doors leading to the garden terrace and is fitted with a bar area. Upstairs are six bedrooms, all of which are of double proportions, three with ensuite facilities and two with dressing rooms. In addition, there is a family bathroom and ground floor shower room.
The property is approached via an unmade lane which leads to a private shingle driveway providing ample parking and leads to a double garage which is integral to the barn. Planning permissions are approved for an additional oak framed double garage in the grounds. The gardens surround the property extending to over half an acre in total and are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of trees and shrubs, well stocked flowerbeds, a summerhouse with log store and greenhouse; there are also large paved terraces providing superb entertaining areas.
Burridge is situated between fine Hampshire countryside to the north and the Hamble Estuary and Southampton Water to the south. The village is within close proximity to both Botley and Park Gate for day-to-day amenities and Swanwick Railway Station is less than a mile away. The centres of Southampton and Portsmouth are 8 and 13 miles respectively where both offer excellent shopping facilities. Junction 9 of the M27 is 3 miles away linking to the M3 for London and the Cathedral City of Winchester. Southampton International Airport (12 miles) offers excellent connections to continental Europe, with the adjacent Parkway station connecting to London Waterloo in one hour and ten minutes.
The Hamble Valley is a highly prestigious and sought after area, considered one of the top places to live the UK with its award winning coastline with attractive harbours. The villages local to the River Hamble have active communities and attractive lifestyles with its variety of restaurants, cafes, the superb Solent Way coastal walk, Royal Victoria and Manor Farm Country Parks and nature reserves. The area is a popular retreat for sailing enthusiasts and the world renowned Swanwick Marina is two miles away.
SUMMARY OF FEATURES: Alarm to main house (linked to the barn)with control panels in Master Bedroom and Bedroom 2; Oil fired central heating; Main house double glazed throughout in 2008; Privately owned solar panels servicing hot water to part of main house; Water softener; Double sets of bi-fold doors from Family Room to large terrace; Family Room fitted with bar area, sink and granite worktop; Pilkington anti-glare glass to the roof of the Conservatory; Engineered oak to majority of ground floor, oak doors throughout; Utility Room with travertine floor, butler's sink and wooden worktop; Solid oak staircase, high skirtings and picture rails throughout; Fitted wardrobe cupboards to 5 bedrooms; Designed attic space providing easy storage; Oak barn constructed 2003, planning approved for home office/annexe; 2 telephone lines to oak barn; Wooden double glazed windows to oak barn; Underfloor heating to ground floor of oak barn; Oak barn suitable for conversion into a 3 bedroom annexe, subject to the necessary consents; Fully fenced garden extending to over half an acre.
GENERAL INFORMATION: TENURE: Freehold; SERVICES: Mains electricity, water, drainage and oil fired central heating; LOCAL AUTHORITY: Fareham Borough Council; TAX BAND: F
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