Within striking distance of Hill Road with its boutique shops and restaurants
A classical period home
Three double bedrooms
Three generous reception rooms
No onward chain
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No onward chain "Olive Lodge" is a charming period home located just off the sea front and within striking distance of Hill Road with its boutique shops and fine restaurants. There are a host of period features that adorn this lovely house. The proportions are generous and with three reception rooms you will not be short of space. There is a certain quality and style about this Grade II Listed residence.
Accommodation (All Measurements Approximate)
With its original and very impressive Victorian front door which opens into a central hallway with a dog leg staircase rising up to the first floor accommodation. This is one of two staircases located within the house.
Front Sitting Room (13' 10'' x 13' 9'' (4.21m x 4.19m))
An elegant room with high ceiling cornicing and impressive windows on two sides providing dual aspect and bringing in lots of natural light and still retaining the original shutters. At the far end of the room a fine period fireplace.
Lounge (17'10" max 14'6" min x 14'2" max 12'8" min)
A generous second reception room with a pretty bay window which steps out into the side garden. This room has been fitted with a woodburning stove. Useful understairs cupboard which doubles as a cloaks cupboard.
Dining Room (12' 0'' x 11' 0'' (3.65m x 3.35m))
A fabulous room with lots of character. Still retaining the original dresser and traditional flagstone floor. There is an open fireplace and a large window which looks towards the side garden. Useful understairs storage cupboard and from this room there is access to a second staircase rising up to the first floor bedroom accommodation. Beyond the dining room there is access to the:
Kitchen (15' 0'' x 7' 5'' (4.57m x 2.26m))
Fitted with a range of cupboard and drawer units and wood effect working surfaces. There is plumbing for both a dishwasher and washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, fridge, freezer and there is a double oven and five ring gas hob. The kitchen sink cleverly fits into the corner of the kitchen. There are views from two windows directly out onto the back gardens. There is also a split stable door which conveniently leads you to the gardens.
From a pretty galleried landing there is a window providing a bird's eye view of Copse Road.
Bedroom 1 (15' 0'' x 14' 0'' (4.57m x 4.26m))
With two fabulous windows providing dual aspect views. Views extend up Copse Road towards the church Spire and views of treetops towering above Copse Park. Elegant corniced ceiling.
With WC and washbasin.
Bedroom 2 (14' 5'' x 11' 5'' (4.39m x 3.48m))
A generous double room with windows on two sides and still retaining a pretty bedroom fireplace.
Bedroom 3 (12' 0'' x 12' 0'' (3.65m x 3.65m))
Once again a double room with stripped pine floors and a traditional sash window which has been secondary glazed.
Bathroom (15'0" max 5'2" min x 8'5")
A large family bathroom with a tear drop bath incorporating a curve glass shower screen and shower, pedestal washbasin and WC. A window which overlooks the main garden and built in cupboards that provide useful storage and a fine airing cupboard with access to the Potterton gas fired central heating boiler.
This beautiful stone built end house is located along the tree lined Copse Road, a pathway extends to the left hand side of the property whilst the small garden to the front is retained by a box hedge. Passing the main entrance door you reach a slatted gate which gives you access to the additional side garden and in turn the main gardens located at the back of the house. The gardens provide quite a charming retreat with a central lawn and a patio on two levels. Stone walls run along all three sides of the garden. There is a pretty pergola with space for a seat below and access to a timber garden shed. In the far corner there is a gate access out onto an access lane at the rear. These gardens provide quite the perfect outdoor retreat. They may not be extensive but they pretty well tick every box in the book. Cold water tap.
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