3 bedroom terraced house for saleWaterlooville, Hampshire
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- An Idyllic Historical Setting in The South Downs
- Three Bedroom Stable Coversion
- Sun Lounge/Garden Room
- Downstairs Cloakroom
- Twin Garage & Parking
- Grade II Listed Building
- Residents Association
- Use of Common Meadow
PROPERTY SUMMARY Idsworth, as we know it dates back to the middle of the 19th Century but the name can be traced back to the Normans when the 'curtillege' was granted to a succession of supporters of the King. The architect engaged in the mid 1800's was one of the most prominent designers of country houses, they worked in a variety of styles and a neo-Jacobean (also known as Scottish Baronial) was chosen for Idsworth. In the late 1970s and early 1980s the former stables and buildings were converted to form houses and the Idsworth Park Residence Association was established in 1982. The association manages the communal land, gardens and road ways. Within the grounds is a large well maintained meadow for use of residents. No.5 Stables Cottage is arranged over two floors and comprises; porch, hallway, cloakroom, kitchen, 17' living room and sun lounge/garden room on the ground floor with three bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor, there is a communal courtyard to the front and a private garden to the rear which provides access to the residence parking and garaging. Having calor gas fired central heating, some original features and with no forward chain, early internal viewing is strongly recommended in order to appreciate both the accommodation and location on offer.
ENTRANCE Access to the estate is via a pillared gateway off Treadwheel Road along a straight road leading to the visitors and residents car parking facilities and garaging, from this area is pedestrian access leading through to communal tarmac driveway providing access to majority of properties. The Stables are accessible via a feature yellow & red brick arch gateway leading to a covered area then a brick courtyard. No.5 is on the right hand side. Main front door with glazed panels with further glazed panels to one side leading to:
PORCH Tiled flooring, shelf, meter cupboard with consumer switch, internal glazed door with matching panels to one side leading to:
HALLWAY Exposed beams support to staircase, rising to first floor with understairs storage area, radiator, central heating control switch, doors to primary rooms.
SEPARATE CLOAKROOM Low level w.c., wall mounted boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating (not tested), small window, wash hand basin, tiled surrounds, panelled door.
KITCHEN 11' 3" x 8' 6" (3.43m x 2.59m) Windows to front aspect overlooking courtyard, comprehensive range of matching wall and floor units with roll top work surface, inset twin bowl sink unit with drainer to one side, mixer tap and cupboard space under, space for slim line dishwasher, washing machine point, ceramic tiled surrounds, power points, display shelving, space for fridge and freezer, radiator, ceiling spotlights and coving, inset four ring gas hob with double oven under, power points.
SITTING ROOM 17' 4" x 15' 0" (5.28m x 4.57m) Panelled door to hallway, built-in understairs storage cupboard, ceiling coving, two radiators, brick surround fireplace with matching hearth, twin windows overlooking sun lounge / garden room, power points, dimmer switches, twin glazed doors leading to:
GARDEN ROOM / DINING ROOM 14' 0" x 9' 7" (4.27m x 2.92m) Double glazed panelled roof, low brick retaining wall with wood framed double glazed windows to three aspects, tile effect flooring, double radiator, fitted blinds, twin wood framed double glazed doors leading to rear courtyard.
FIRST FLOOR Landing with balustrade, access to loft space, cupboard with range of shelving, doors to primary rooms.
BEDROOM 1 15' 0" x 10' 4" (4.57m x 3.15m) Measurements taken from approximately 3'6" off floor level with slight eaves to ceiling restricting headroom on one side, maximum ceiling height 8'3". Skylight window to side, twin windows overlooking rear garden with radiator under, range of built-in bedroom furniture including wardrobes, storage cupboards and chest of drawers with surface over, panelled door, power points.
BEDROOM 2 11' 4" x 11' 4" (3.45m x 3.45m) Measurements taken from approximately 3'2" off floor level with dormer style window to front aspect with slight eaves to ceiling on either side, feature exposed brick archway, double radiator, beams restricting headroom, vanity unit with oval wash hand basin and work surface to one side.
BATHROOM White suite comprising; panelled bath with separate shower over, rail and curtain, wash hand basin with cupboard under, low level. w.c., radiator, ceramic tiled surrounds, frosted glazed window to front aspect, electric heated towel rail, shaver point.
BEDROOM 3 9' 2" x 6' 8" (2.79m x 2.03m) Measurements taken from approximately 2'10" off floor level with slight eaves to rear ceiling restricting headroom, skylight window, double radiator, power points, ceiling coving.
OUTSIDE To the rear, accessible from the sun lounge is a terraced garden, the lower terrace is laid to paving with a pergola, brick borders and steps leading to upper raised terrace laid to brick paving with fence panelling to either side, mature shrubs and evergreens, leading to utility area with small greenhouse with Calor gas cylinder and gateway leading to rear pedestrian access providing access to twin garages.
TWIN GARAGE Twin up and over doors, rear door leading to rear gate in garden also accessed by pathway leading to garages, parking in front of garages for two cars, large turning and parking area with visitors and residence parking.
GENERAL INFORMATION There is a proactive residents association which can be joined (as a residents and by choice). The Idsworth Park Residents Association (IPRA) was formally constituted in 1986 "to promote harmony and goodwill amongst freeholder and residents, but also to manage the communal land, gardens and roadways. A display board highlighting the duties of the residents inc. septic tank rota and lawn mowing rota, is displayed beside the garaging.
From the communal courtyard is accessed via an archway which leads to residence owned and maintained meadow which has outstanding views over the Downs. Access from the meadow via public bridle path leads into the village of Finchdean and the George Public House.
MAINTENANCE There is a monthly management and maintenance charge of £30.00 which contributes towards the communal areas and general maintenance.
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