Enjoying a notably larger than average plot with a large secluded south westerly facing rear garden, this charming period home is located within a short distance of Fareham train station and town centre. Boasting a wealth of character this ideal property benefits from three bedrooms and accommodation that comprises a large open plan lounge/diner and a refitted kitchen. Fabulous potential to extend is provided, subject to the usual permissions.
The property is entered via a composite door which leads through to a warm and welcoming entrance hall. Wooden flooring extends throughout whilst a staircase rises to the first floor. Upon entering the main living area, you immediately notice it’s light and airy feel. An open- plan lounge dining area provides the ideal spot for a large table and chairs if required with an opening extending through to the lounge area. An ornate open fireplace provides the perfect focal point, whilst a bay window allows views of the rear garden. The kitchen comprises a range of wall mounted storage cupboards with low-level base units and drawers to match. A rolled top work surface incorporates a double butler sink with mixer tap whilst, fitted appliances include a four-ring gas hob with oven to match and an integrated fridge.
The first floor accommodates three bedrooms with bedrooms one and two being comfortable doubles. The bathroom has been refitted and comprises a panelled bath with wall mounted shower a low-level WC and wash hand basin with mixer tap.
The property is located on Paxton Road, with off road parking for two cars provided to the front and a side gate allowing access to the rear. Enjoying an idyllic south westerly outlook the rear garden extends to an average depth of 80ft and has been mainly laid to lawn with well established boarders planted with a mixture of mature bushes, plants and seasonal flowers that provide a high degree of privacy. There is also the added benefit of an outside utility room and a workshop.
SITUATION & AMENITIES
Fareham is a market town at the north-west tip of Portsmouth Harbour, between the cities of Portsmouth and Southampton. The town centre has a number of shopping facilities, restaurants and bars. Fareham is well served by road and rail networks. The M27 motorway passes around the northern edge and is the main traffic artery into and out of the area. It provides easy access to both Portsmouth and Southampton, and from there to London via the M3
The property benefits from UPVC double glazing and gas central heating.