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1 bedroom terraced house for sale, 14D East Street, Hampshire, PO9 1AQ
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Summary

1 Bed, Terraced House, For Sale

Description

STUNNING and characterful one bedroom mews house with feature beam and cellar. FREEHOLD & CHAIN FREE.

This unique and highly desirable Coach House boasts split level living - with the lounge/kitchen on the first floor.

The lounge/kitchen is light, bright and airy with four feature windows, a Velux window, wooden floorboards and a central wooden ceiling beam to add to that cottage feel.

The modern white kitchen features an abundance of stylish white cupboards, black marble countertops, a built-in Neff cooker with ceramic hob, an under-counter fridge and a large stainless steel sink.

On the ground floor there is a huge carpeted double bedroom, large under-floor storage space and a big cellar that runs the length of the bedroom and stairs.

The cellar has lighting, plug points and the potential to install a window to create an office or workspace. There appears to be plumbing too, so a mini-kitchen could possibly be installed.

The ground floor also has a spacious, beautiful and clean bathroom with a shower cubicle, and storage cupboard containing a washing machine and a Worcester Bosch boiler - the only boiler brand to be recommended by consumer watchdog Which for 10 years - which provides instant or timed gas central heating and hot water. The bathroom also has a heated chrome towel rail rack.

In the welcoming carpeted entrance hall, which has space for bookshelves, there is another storage cupboard with a shelf to house your coats, shoes, vacuum cleaner and other items.

Reception room/kitchen: 13'11 x 13'
Bedroom: 12'9 x 10'5
Bathroom: 6'3 x 5'9
Cellar: 13' x 4'
EPC rating: C

Tucked away off the main road of Havant’s East Street, this home is a calm haven that is close to the shops, train station and local arts centre - which is just several doors up.

By the side of the arts centre runs a woodland footpath by a stream where you can meet horses on your way to the waterfront.

There you’ll find the harbour which is host to a wildlife sanctuary of outstanding beauty where you can see ducks, swans and other wildlife. Harbour seals can often be spotted in the water.

And just along from there is The Royal Oak pub, one of the most photographed pubs in England, situated next to Langstone Mill. At high tide small yachts and boats moor up and pop in for drinks and food.

This house would appeal to a first time buyer or someone wishing to downsize, who wants a house rather than a flat and a freehold property so there are no extra or hidden leasehold charges.

It’s an ideal bolt-hole for London commuters - the train station is minutes’ walking distance for frequent direct trains to the capital. Prior to renting it out five years ago it was my home and I commuted to and from London Monday to Friday.

This was rented out for the past five years to the same couple, at £700 pcm, so it would also suit an investor. I have been advised it would now yield £750-775 pcm.

Chain free and priced to sell so you can take advantage of not having to pay stamp duty on properties bought before March 31st, 2021.

Please do get in touch with any questions or to arrange an appointment to view the property - same day or next day.

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