Set along a quiet lane within the heart of the village, this deceptively spacious and beautifully presented detached family home dating back to the 1930's has been thoughtfully extended and tastefully refurbished into what is now a lovely light and airy family home. Accommodation on the ground floor briefly comprises a well-proportioned sitting room, family/playroom, two double bedrooms, a modern bathroom, with the heart of the house then being the stunning 24ft kitchen/dining/living room. On the first floor there are a further two large double bedrooms, a study area and a beautifully appointed bathroom. Additional benefits include a good-sized garden and off-road parking for numerous vehicles.
Location Bishopstoke itself is a thriving village on the outskirts of Eastleigh benefitting from a small parade of shops that run alongside the River Itchen, a popular school, two pubs and is only a short walk from Stoke Park Woods that has many lovely walks and a network of bridleways. Eastleigh's busy town centre is also only minutes away and offers a broad range of shops and amenities, has a shopping and cinema complex, its own mainline railway station and is also only minutes away from Southampton Airport with all main motorway access routes also being within easy reach.
Inside The property is approached via a pathway leading to a covered entrance porch and recently fitted double glazed front door that then leads directly through to a well-proportioned entrance hall which has solid oak flooring continuing through to most of the ground floor. The hallway also benefits from lovely high ceilings which again continue through the ground floor of the property and there are solid oak doors. The sitting room has two windows with a central door that leads through to the kitchen/dining room, has a chimney breast with inset shelving and a wall mounted TV point, original picture rail, TV and various power points. The family/playroom has a double glazed window to the side, a staircase with oak balustrade leading to the first floor, solid oak flooring and a cupboard to one side housing the gas central heating boiler, with the room currently being used as a playroom. The heart of the house is the stunning kitchen/dining/living room which has bi-folding doors, that lead out onto a large paved patio area, and two double glazed windows to the side, making this an exceptionally bright room. The kitchen itself is fitted with a modern matching range of cream wall and base units with cupboard and drawers under. There is a one and a half bowl ceramic sink unit, built-in fridge and two freezers along with space for a double width Range style cooker, built-in dishwasher and washing machine. The room also has a sunken lighting system that sits above a large central island which incorporates a breakfast bar along one side. There is then a beautifully appointed modern bathroom on the ground floor with suite comprising a panel enclosed bath with shower over, matching wash hand basin and WC. The room also has a heated towel rail, spotlights and complementary tiling. The master bedroom has a double glazed bay window to the front and solid oak flooring with a further window to the side, making this an exceptionally bright room. Whilst bedroom two, again a good-sized double room, also has a bay window to the front, with bedrooms three and four both on the first floor.
Bedroom three, a large double room, overlooks the rear garden and has access to eaves storage space to both sides of the room, as does bedroom four which has a Velux window to the front. On the landing there is a small study area with a large walk-in cupboard providing useful storage space to the side with a second family bathroom directly opposite. The bathroom again has been fitted with a modern suite comprising a panel enclosed bath with shower over, matching wash hand basin and WC. The room also has a heated towel rail, spotlights and complementary tiling.
Outside To the front of the property there is a paved area with steps that lead down onto a large shingled driveway providing off-road parking for numerous vehicles with side access, which has been both shingled and paved and leads through to a good-sized rear garden. There is a large patio area spanning the width of the rear of the property leaving the rest of the garden mainly laid to lawn. There is then a large shed/workshop towards the end of the garden which has power and light and the garden itself is fully enclosed. To fully appreciate both the property's location and the accommodation on offer, an early viewing truly is a must.
Sittingroom12' 10" x 11' 11" (3.91m x 3.63m)
familyroom13' 1" x 10' 11" (3.99m x 3.33m)
kitchen/dining/livingroom24' 1" x 15' 10" (7.34m x 4.83m)
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