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  • Type: Cottage
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
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Property Summary

Conveniently situated in the heart of the historic English village of Titchfield, this grade II listed period cottage is believed to date back to the 1600s, located in the conservation area within level walking distance to the village’s wide range of amenities.
Offered for sale for the first time in more than 70 years, this traditional home boasts a wealth of charm and character, with accommodation arranged over three floors, and the benefits of a garage and off road parking.

"This well loved family home enjoys a rich local history, and would ideally lend itself to updating, with great potential to extend and develop (subject to the usual permissions.)"

Upon entering the property you immediately notice its light, airy and deceptively spacious feel, with high ceilings and stairs rising to the first floor.  Originally two separate rooms, the current owner has created one large reception room that can be used/set up in a number of different ways to maximize the space.  A galley kitchen has been added to the rear, with a separate door that leads through to a lean to conservatory.

The first floor accommodates the master bedroom and a large family bathroom.

The second floor has been created out of what was once the loft space and is accessed via a staircase from the first floor.  The second floor offers the potential of one or two further bedrooms if desired.

Situated along Bridge Street and set back from the road, the front of the property is well maintained, with a pretty front garden set behind a miniature hedge and accessed via a wrought iron gate.   The rear garden enjoys a high degree of privacy and is the perfect spot to relax.  The property owns the access at the end of the terrace and provides a right of way to the neighbouring homes, via an old cast iron weigh-bridge that was used by the local brewery.   There is a large detached garage that provides parking and storage.

Situated east of the river Hamble, Titchfield is a historical English village with an excellent range of local shops and amenities that include a pub, Co-Op and a Butchers. The village is also home to St Peter's Church, one of the oldest churches of its kind. The canal and river walks towards Titchfield Haven and Meon Shore are also close by. Titchfield is well placed for rail links to London, Winchester and Southampton Parkway with easy access to the M27 also provided.

The property benefits from gas central heating.