- Three Good Bedrooms
- Super Bathroom
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Boiler/Drying Room
- Excellent Fitted Kitchen
- Gas central heating
- Many Original Features
- Good Size Sunny Garden
- Short Level Walk of Village and Station
DESCRIPTION: This Victorian terraced house has been sympathetically modernized, retaining the period charm but also offering an excellent modern fitted kitchen and a stylish bathroom. The loft has also been converted to provide a bright main bedroom. This house can only be fully appreciated by an internal inspection and in greater detail comprises as follows.
Canopy entrance porch and front door leads into the entrance hall with stair case leading up to the first floor. Exposed floor boards which also features in both reception rooms. The sitting room at the front of the house feature an attractive period open fireplace and original sash window. The dining room is particularly bright with attractive fireplace and pine door to the boiler/drying room housing the gas fired boiler and plumbing for washing machine. (this does offer the potential to create a cloakroom, subject to consent).
From the dining room a door way leads into the superb galley kitchen. Fitted with light grey range of shaker style units with contrasting quartz worktops. Deep glazed sink, integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer. Space for range style cooker with stainless steel extractor canopy over, tiled floor and ceiling down lights, double glazed side and rear windows and stable door leading out to the garden.
Upstairs there is a spacious landing. At the front of the house is a good double bedroom with original sash window. The third bedroom is also a good size, with rear aspect, there is an attractive cast iron fireplace and a fitted double wardrobe with hanging and shelving. The bathroom is a particular feature, a good size and superbly appointed with roll top bath with shower over, tiled surrounds and folding shower screen. Pedestal washbasin and low level W.C. Period style radiator with chrome towel rail. tiled floor and ceiling down lights. From the landing a door opens to a lobby with sash window and staircase leading up to the second floor and the large bright main bedroom with two Velux windows and four built in eaves cupboards.
There is a small area of front garden with the original front boundary wall. The rear garden is a fine feature, being of good size, level and enjoying a sunny aspect. Adjacent to the house is a suntrap patio area, beyond is an expanse of lawn with well stocked planted borders. Two garden sheds at the rear. A side gate gives access to a right of way from the end of the terrace.
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Liss Station0.1 miles
- Petersfield Station3.4 miles
- Liphook Station4.4 miles
About the agent
Chapplins of Liss are an independent estate agents specialising in the sale and rental of properties in and around Liss and the neighbouring villages and hamlets in the GU33 postal area. We are one of the only dedicated agent for this area and are based in superb offices right beside the main line station in the centre of Liss village. Part of a five office group of agents strategically positioned on the A3/M27 corridor in Hampshire. Chapplins of Liss provides a highly professional and person
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