Situated adjacent to The Crescent, one of Alverstoke’s foremost addresses, a stunning Grade II listed western wing of this late Regency marine villa. The property boosts a wealth of period features throughout its 4000 sq ft of accommodation with gloriously high ceilings, ornate cornicing, fireplaces, sash windows and working shutters. The accommodation is situated over four floors with only two rooms over each floor to fully benefits from its grand proportions; the Drawing Room is particularly impressive extending to some 29ft in length, centring on a marble open fireplace with wide plank oak flooring, twin sash windows with working shutters. The kitchen/breakfast room was refitted by John Lewis of Hungerford and offers extensive cupboards in a 50’s style with quartz worktops, Quooker tap and filter tap, Lacanche range cooker, integral dishwasher and fridge and dresser unit. On the lower ground floor is a substantial utility room with original flag stone flooring and two reception rooms, one of which has a projector screen and surround sound. Upstairs, all bedrooms are generous doubles situated over two floors, two of which benefit from glorious views across The Solent. The property benefits from allocated parking and a single garage, in addition to driveway parking for several cars. There is an extensive and private courtyard terrace situated to the front of the property with steps leading up to the pillared entrance. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with some mature trees. The garden offers a southerly aspect and also benefits from a pedestrian gate onto The Crescent.
Alverstoke is a beautiful conservation area with Stokes Bay and The Solent within walking distance offering coastal walks and water activities. Alverstoke Village centre is half a mile away and has a range of amenities including a church, schools, local shops, pubs and restaurants. Access to the M27 is under eight miles away and a passenger ferry exists to mainline rail links to London Waterloo.
Summary of features:
Impressive accommodation of 4000 sq ft; Abundance of character features such as columns, working shutters, marble fireplaces and stripped oak flooring; Plantation shutters to master bedroom and Family Bathroom; Original doors throughout; Glow worm boiler serviced annually; Water softener; Wine store to lower ground floor with original pavers and brick built arched recesses; Stunning kitchen with integral appliances; Part walled south facing garden; Water views from first and second floors; Sought after location; Ample parking and single garage
Tenure: Freehold; services: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage; local authority: Gosport Borough Council; tax band: G
Village centre – 0.2 miles; Gosport ferry – 1.8 miles; Fareham train station - 7 miles; Bay House school - 1.1 miles
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