One-Bedroom Flat, Cleveland Road, £240,000
A one-bedroom, first-floor apartment, this property forms part of the exciting eco development Cleveland Mews, which is within walking distance of the city centre. Apartment four has a bedroom, a shower room, an open plan living/kitchen space with a bespoke fitted kitchen, a parking space and a roof terrace with a southerly aspect. Alongside sedum roofs, solar panels and sustainable materials, each home in the development also comes with an air source heat pump – an energy source almost four times more efficient than the best gas boilers.
Two-Bedroom House, Seafront, Hayling Island, £349,995
Hayling Island Sailing Club, Hayling Island Golf Club, Mengham Shopping Centre and local schools are all just a few minutes’ drive away from this generously sized waterside property. Comprising two bedrooms, a bathroom with an attractive suite, a large open-plan lounge/kitchen area with built-in appliances and wide, enclosed balcony, the house also comes with private parking with space for two cars and a side pathway leading to the rear garden, complete with a shed.
Three-Bedroom House, Grove Road, £400,000
This terraced house has recently been developed into a family home, but still retains many of the original period features. Expect to find some stylish modern twists, however, to turn it into the perfect house for a growing family, along with plenty of private areas to relax in. Spread over three floors, the property also comes with underfloor heating in the spacious kitchen diner and front and rear garden space.
Two-Bedroom Flat, St John’s Street, £480,000
A beautifully refurbished, two-bedroom apartment occupying the whole of the top floor, this flat combines a host of modern facilities with period features. There are exposed beams throughout, while the property is approached via an impressive entrance hall and grand staircase. The main feature of the apartment is the dual aspect kitchen/dining and living area, with views overlooking the city centre. The kitchen is also newly fitted and features integrated appliances, while the roof has been opened up to create a gallery. There are two double bedrooms, a bathroom and separate utility room, with the main bedroom including a large en-suite and exposed brick wall.
Two-Bedroom Cottage, Walton Lane, £500,000
This charming two double-bedroom period cottage offers an array of original features throughout, including wooden beams and a brick-built fireplace. To the rear, the property has been extended by the current owners to offer a modern ground floor shower room and larger main entrance door. There’s also an enclosed south-facing garden and a single garage, while the rest of the accommodation is arranged over two floors. On the first floor, off a landing, there are two double bedrooms (one with built-in storage) and a family bathroom.
Three-Bedroom Property, Bathing Lane, £850,000
This mews-style former boathouse is tucked away in a quiet lane and is originally thought to have been built in the 1820s. Within walking distance of the many cafés and restaurants associated with this Old Portsmouth district, the property has been completely transformed and extensively re-designed to include an open-plan living room with oak flooring and a raised dining and kitchen area, all of which fall under a vaulted ceiling with exposed rafters. There are then three bedrooms on the ground floor, all with either en-suite bath or shower rooms, including a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom which features a full-height glass wall overlooking an internal courtyard. It might just be our favourite on this list.
Three-Bedroom House, The Drive, £885,000
Consider this a rare opportunity to purchase a period detached cottage – ideal for those looking for a mix of city and country living. The property has been refurbished by the present owners to an extremely high standard, and now includes a large living and dining room, a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, a ground-floor master bedroom suite and two first-floor double-bedrooms, complete with a family bathroom. We love the parquet flooring in the entrance hall and the abundance of natural light in the dining area – two areas which highlight the property’s blending of period and contemporary design.
Five-Bedroom House, New Brighton Road, £1,450,000
This spacious, detached period house comes with well-proportioned rooms that combine high ceilings, original cornice mouldings and an elegant return staircase with immaculate contemporary styling. Natural light fills the entire property through numerous double-height sash bay windows, and the large reception hall has a black-and-white marble floor and arches to the ceiling. The staircase leads to five large double bedrooms, two en-suite bathrooms and a family bathroom. Outside, a reclaimed granite set driveway gives access to a double garage with an electric door. Meanwhile, the walled gardens have a wireless irrigation system and extend to the front, rear and side of the house.
Five-Bedroom House, West Pallant, £1,500,000
This is a beautifully restored Grade II-listed townhouse which is believed to have Elizabethan origins, has a Georgian façade and has been the subject of meticulous restoration by the present owner over the last two years or so, while still retaining many of the original features. The house now offers multiple bedrooms, a beautifully fitted kitchen/breakfast room and a family living space. Everything has been completely rewired and plumbed, plus, in the centre of the property is a pretty courtyard garden, with flagstone paving and bamboo planters, while the main walled garden lies to the rear.
Three-Bedroom House, Sidlesham, POA
A detached period cottage in the hamlet of Sidlesham, this property has undergone a thorough update to enjoy the benefits of modern heating, wiring and double glazing, while still retaining its character. This includes a luxury bathroom, a cottage-style kitchen, a cloakroom, three double bedrooms and a walk-in wardrobe on the first floor. Outside there is a sizeable garden with a patio which includes what is believed to be an original well – visible via a reinforced glass panel. There’s also an area of lawn with a potting shed and views over the adjacent paddock, as well as parking for several vehicles.
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