Arminers Close Alverstoke, GOSPORT
ÂŁ167,500 This is a superbly presented family home, situated on a plot that is wider than usual and located in a most desirable area - in the Bay House School catchment area, close to both Alverstoke village and the Town Centre and an easy walk to Stokes Bay. Accommodation in this end of terrace house comprises a spacious lounge; a kitchen/diner that enjoys customised units; a conservatory with a utility room come laundry located to the side; a downstairs cloakroom and three generous bedrooms. The garden is low maintenance and offers both side and rear pedestrian access. There is also ample off-street parking in the area. Available without an onwards chain, we recommend an early inspection.
FLOOR PLAN This plan is included as a service to our customers and is intended to show room layout only. IT IS NOT A SCALE DRAWING.
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Call 023 92 602155, email us at email@example.com or scan the code next to this box with your smart phone. Front Garden
Open plan,laid to paving. Front flower bed and side planter border. Steps leading to side pedestrian access through, gated, brick archway. Entrance Porch
Double Glazed window to front, front door, cupboard housing gas meter, light point. Entrance Hall
Stairs, understairs cupboard. Light, power point. Cloakroom
Low level WC. Wash hand basin, Gas Central Heating Boiler, Single glazed window to front. Kitchen/Dining Room
3.48m (Max) x 5.39m (11' 5" (Max) x 17' 8") Comprising: Dining Area
3.48m x 2.94m (11' 5" x 9' 8") Custom made sideboard, designed to match kitchen units, comprising drawers, cupboards and display cupboards.Double Glazed door to conservatory. Ceiling and wall light points. Coving to ceiling. Radiator. Door to conservatory. Kitchen Area
2.47m x 2.57m (8' 1" x 8' 5") Open to dining area. Range of customised wall and base units comprising a variety of drawer units and cupboards with under unit fluorescent lighting, slide out bin and extendable towel rails. Roll edge worksurface with inset stainless steel sink and drainer and mixer tap with extendable hose/spray. Double glazed window to rear. Light point. Five ring gas hob with overhead extractor. Built in electric oven; built in refrigerator and space for built in microwave. Lounge
4.39m x 3.50m (14' 5" x 11' 6") Double glazed window to front, radiator. Ceiling and wall light points. Electric fire with decorative coal display. Coving to ceiling. Conservatory
2.89m x 3.45m (9' 6" x 11' 4") Double glazed windows to side and rear, double doors to rear garden, polycarbonate roofing. Wall light points.
2.89m x 1.75m (9' 6" x 5' 9") Access from conservatory. Double glazed windows to rear. Power points. Polycarbonate roofing. Space and plumbing for a range of domestic appliances Landing
Access to boarded Loft. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Storage cupboard. Power point. Bedroom One
4.44m x 2.79m (14' 7" x 9' 2") Double glazed window to front, radiator, light point, power points. Bedroom Two
3.54m x 3.50m (11' 7" x 11' 6") Double glazed window to rear, radiator, light point, power point. Bedroom Three
2.54m x 2.53m (8' 4" x 8' 4") Double glazed window to front, radiator, light point, cupboard. Bathroom
Panel enclosed bath with electric "Triton" Biarritz II shower over. Low level WC. Pedestal mounted hand wash basin. Tiled walls. Double glazed window to rear, radiator, light point. Rear Garden
Laid to patio, wall and fence enclosed, rear and side pedestrian access. External power points, external tap, Flower beds. Planted shrubbery to one side and planter bed to the other. Shed on concrete hard standing. Owners Comments
We moved into 46 Arminers Close from The Midlands 15 years ago. We have improved the house with extended double glazing, a refurbished bathroom, a fitted kitchen/diner, a brick conservatory and utility room and most recently, a new central heating boiler and redecoration throughout. Our teenage daughters were able to walk or cycle to St. Vincent College, to study for their 'A' levels and were both married in, St. Mary's, Alverstoke, the Parish Church. There was also plenty of room for our son, when he came home from University. My husband found the commute to work in Portsmouth via The Gosport Ferry very easy. As a supply teacher, I find proximity to the M27 increases my job opportunities. There is plenty of parking but no passing traffic and grassed areas. If we need the car outside the house, then we just drive up to it. There are local shops, pubs and restaurants and 'allegedly' the best fish and ship shop in the area. Being close to Stokes Bay is a
joy. So why are we leaving? Well, our children have left so we are downsizing, but we will miss our corner of this little estate, as we have lovely neighbours and it has a 'villagey' feeling all of its own. We hope that whoever buys this house will be as happy here as we have been.
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Directions From our office in Stoke Road proceed east onto South Street and then right onto Haslar Road. Continue to the end and then turn onto Clayhall Road Turn left into Boldens Road and left into Arminers Close. Video Please visit our You Tube video channel at www.youtube.com/user/VideoBlakes To Book a Viewing Click Here: http://bit.ly/vUqSrM To Book A Valuation Click Here: http://www.blakesestateagents.com/Gosport_property_house_worth.html
Published on Nov 29, 2011
This is a superbly presented family home, situated on a plot that is wider than usual and located in a most desirable area - in the Bay Hous...