High Street, Titchfield Village
- Quintessential cottage in picturesque village
- Abundance of character features retained
- Worcester boiler and central heating installed in 2018
- Majority rewire in 2018
- Inglenook fireplaces, log burning stove and cast iron fireplaces to Bedroom 1 & 3
- Idyllic private west facing courtyard garden
Situated in the heart of this picturesque village, a stunning and truly unique Grade II listed cottage with origins dating back to 1402; since residing at the property my client has sympathetically restored and upgraded the property to now offer a beautiful interior designed home whilst juxtaposing with the character and period features. On entering the cottage the wealth of beams are immediately apparent and the Snug, which could double as a Dining Room, features a brick inglenook fireplace and storage cupboard with original stripped pine doors. The dual aspect Sitting Room is filled with light and has contemporary painted floorboards, a pine door storage cupboard and a large brick inglenook fireplace with oak mantle and woodburning stove. The cottage style Kitchen has painted cupboards, granite worktops, butler’s sink and gas fired Aga; additionally there is an original pantry cupboard with shelving and space for fridge/freezer. There is also a Shower Room with Utility area. Upstairs are three double bedrooms, two of which interconnect but can be accessed independently from a rear staircase and furthermore there is a spacious attic room on the second floor. Leading through a stable door there is an idyllic private courtyard to the rear of the cottage with raised flowerbeds, mature shrubs and gated side access.
Titchfield is a thriving community and offers an excellent range of amenities with shops, hairdressers, beauticians and boutique coffee shops. The canal walk leading into Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve and Hill Head beach beyond are just moments away. Titchfield is also well placed for commuting with mainline links to London from Winchester and Southampton Parkway and easy access to the A/M27.
SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
Original oak front door; Original stripped pine ledge and brace doors; Stunning oak beams throughout; Worcester boiler and central heating installed in 2018, operated by Nest software; Majority re-wire in 2018; Downstairs Cloakroom and back lobby with original quarry tiles; Space for 4 ring gas hob in Kitchen; Wrought iron fireplaces to Bedroom 1 and 3; Wardrobe cupboard to Bedroom 3; Painted floorboards to all Bedrooms.
TENURE: Freehold; SERVICES: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage; LOCAL AUTHORITY: Fareham Borough Council; TAX BAND: D
Locks Heath Shopping Centre & Waitrose – 2 miles; Whiteley Shopping Centre – 3 miles; Fareham Train Station – 2 miles; Hill Head Beach – 4 miles; Southampton Airport – 12 miles
High Street, Titchfield Village
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Fareham Station1.9 miles
- Swanwick Station2.2 miles
- Bursledon Station3.8 miles
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