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Triangle Lane, Fareham, Hampshire, PO14

Key features

  • Privately designed bespoke home
  • Superior accommodation of over 5000 square feet
  • 2 acres of stunning grounds
  • Far reaching countryside views
  • Stone's throw from picturesque walks
  • Triple garage and ample parking
  • Annexe potential

Property description

This truly stunning property is set beautifully within its grounds bordered by manicured hedgerows and benefitting from views across its own gardens and beyond. Being built and designed by the current owners in 1996 this is a truly unique opportunity to purchase such a bespoke property within such an established setting. Upon entering it is apparent that this is no ordinary home; the proportions are simply glorious. The reception hall has polished tiled flooring and a wide turning staircase with an impressive full height window overlooking the surrounding farmland. There are five reception rooms with the sitting room and family room in particular, being of generous proportions, both with feature log burners and double doors leading onto the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has an extensive range of oak cupboards with granite worktops, a central island and a range of integrated appliances. On the first floor are five double bedrooms, three of which have the benefit of air conditioning. The principal suite in particular is generous in size with double doors to a balcony with glass balustrade offering far reaching views across the surrounding countryside. All bathrooms have been refitted with modern contemporary style suites. The property benefits from a separate entrance which gives access to the triple garage (part of which is currently utilised as a snooker room). A staircase leads to two further rooms. This whole area offers a variety of uses and would make a wonderful annexe if needed with minimum works. The property is approached via a gated entrance with an extensive driveway providing ample parking, a car charging port and leads to the garaging. The grounds are exquisite and a particular selling feature. The formal gardens extend to 0.85 acres and are laid to lawn with mature, specimen trees and well-stocked shrub borders, the added bbq hut is ideal for those summer social occasions. The adjacent paddock extends to approximately 1.25 acres, this is currently open to the formal gardens but has a separate entrance to the lane. There is also a stable block comprising a stable, tack room, hay barn and tractor shed. Nature lovers will enjoy the proximity to Titchfield Haven, some 369 acres of woodland and natural wetlands offering a wide variety of wildlife and birdlife. The Titchfield Canal is literally a stone's throw away which leads to Meon Shore at Hill Head. Sailing enthusiasts will be drawn to the close proximity to Hill Head beach and The Solent. The area also boasts a range of horse-riding facilities for equestrian enthusiasts.

Titchfield is a historical village situated about 2 miles inland from Meon Shore which is situated on the Solent coast overlooking the Isle of Wight. The origins of the village can be traced back to the pre-Roman era when it is believed to have been a trading port. The remnants of the canal from the harbour at Meon Shore can still be followed via the tow path. Many of the properties in the village are believed to have been built on the old Roman street plan and the Church is mentioned in the Doomsday Book. For commuters, the A/M27 is within easy reach giving access to the wider motorway network beyond, whilst Southampton Airport offers both domestic and International flights. Southampton Parkway offers rail links to London with journey times of approximately 1 hour 10 minutes. For families the area is convenient for both state and private schools including West Hill Park, Boundary Oak, Meoncross, Portsmouth Grammar and King Edward VI.



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Triangle Lane, Fareham, Hampshire, PO14


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Fareham Station2.6 miles
  • Swanwick Station2.9 miles
  • Bursledon Station4.3 miles
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39 Middle Road, Park Gate, SO31 7GH

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