Guide price £675,000
A beautifully refurbished town cottage, sitting on and elevated above Town Millpond, with fabulous water views. The owner has completely redesigned the interior, creating a wonderful first floor open plan living space comprising living/dining room and brand new high gloss kitchen, and with a Juliet balcony having gorgeous views. The kitchen has a range of new appliances including dishwasher, washer/dryer, hob, oven and fan, fridge and freezer. Additionally there is a pull-down loft ladder leading to a loft room with Velux windows and carpets. Downstairs are two double bedrooms, one with views, and a brand new shower room. The garden is a good size and relatively low maintenance, and there is a garage at the rear, accessed through the South Street car park, with up-and-over doors to the front and back to allow boat and dinghy storage in the garden, and parking within the garage and approach. The rear access makes the house extremely convenient, being a short stroll from the town centre. This pretty harbour side town on the boundary of Hampshire and Sussex is extremely popular and it is not hard to see why. It has retained a good collection of local shops, pretty pubs and noteworthy restaurants including 36 On The Quay and the recommended Fat Olives. Emsworth Sailing Club is also a short walk away and the town still retains a small fishing fleet. Despite its idyllic setting Emsworth is extremely accessible with good rail and road links to London, Havant station providing a mainline service to Waterloo in 1 hour 25 minutes. Gun Wharf Quays and the old city of Portsmouth is only 10 miles away. The cathedral city of Chichester lies 9 miles to the east, home to the internationally famous Festival Theatre and Pallant House Gallery which houses one of the country's most important modern art collections outside London. Sailing is inevitably the predominant pastime with 2 sailing clubs in Emsworth. Chichester Harbour and the waters of the Solent are some of the most popular and easily accessible sailing facilities from London whilst the beaches of West Wittering, East Head and Sandy Point draw many visitors each year with facilities for windsurfing, kitesurfing and land boarding. The countryside to the north provides a wide range of recreational facilities with The South Downs National Park providing many miles of beautiful footpaths and bridle paths creating a perfect setting for its picturesque hamlets, excellent pubs and restaurants. Goodwood with its famous racecourse, private health club and airfield is also well known for its annual Festival of Speed and the Revival at the historic motor circuit.
Double glazed front door with courtesy light, opening to
Laminate wooden flooring, upright radiator and understairs storage area. Deep airing cupboard with Vaillant gas boiler. Opening to
Wide enough for a desk and PC, back door and double cloaks cupboard. Door to
With beautiful views across Town Millpond. Radiator, electric consumer unit.
Double aspect. Radiator.
En-Suite Shower Room
Brand new white suite comprising tiled shower cubicle with chrome controls, wall mounted wash basin with vanity surfaces and fitted illuminated mirror. Low level WC, part tiled walls and low voltage downlighters.
From the Entrance Hall, contemporary turning staircase to
Open Plan Living Space
Comprising living/dining area with fabulous elevated Town Millpond views, double glazed French door to Juliet balcony, television and satellite points and two radiators.Kitchen area comprehensively equipped with brand new, high gloss base cupboards and drawers with matching eye-level cupboards over. Polished granite worksurface inset with four ring induction hob, electric oven and extractor fan. Inset 1 1/2 bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Concealed appliances including washer/dryer, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Low voltage downlighters.
Hatch to Loft with aluminium pull-down ladder, carpeted, decorated and with two Velux windows and two eaves storage cupboards. Light and power.
Front garden is paved and part elevated with westerly water views across Town Millpond. Steps lead down to Bridgefoot Path and the water, whilst a path gives side access to back garden with Indian stone patio, low brick planters and high wall or fencing to either side. Steps lead to a raised low maintenance terrace and further patio doubling as additional parking for dinghies and boats. Single garage approached through the South Street car park and with an up-and-over door to both front and rear, allowing the passage of boats and dinghies, to park in the garden. There is additional parking outside the garage. Outside tap and light.
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