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South Street, Emsworth, Hampshire, PO10

Guide price £525,000

Sold

2 Beds 1 Bath 1 Reception

REF: CHI210111

Emsworth Harbour

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Fabulous harbour views from roof terrace
  • Perfect weekend home
  • One house away from the waterfront
  • Close to the sailing club
  • Open plan living
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Roof terrace views
  • 1/2 bedrooms
  • Walled garden
  • Amazing location

THE PROPERTY

A beautifully presented period fishermans cottage, occupying a lovely position, one house back from the harbour and sailing club in the Emsworth conservation area. The house has been significantly modernised and now offers modern and stylish open plan ground floor accommodation comprising a beautifully fitted modern kitchen and open plan sitting and dining rooms. On the first floor are two double bedrooms, one of which has tri-fold doors opening onto a fabulous roof terrace with views of Emsworth Harbour and there is a ships ladder leading to an occasional loft room. There is a shower room and utility room on the ground floor and delightful courtyard garden. South Street is a bustling harbour-side street, which runs down to the harbour edge and foreshore. 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 Fat Olives. Emsworth Slipper Sailing club is at the end of the road, 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 hours 25 minutes. Gunwharf Quays and the old city of Portsmouth are only 10 miles away and the cathedral city of Chichester lies 9 miles to the east. Sailing is the predominant past time on Chichester Harbour whilst the countryside to the north has been designated as The South Downs National Park.

Porch and solid front door opening to

Sitting Room With slow combustion wood burning stove, TV point and oak flooring. Low voltage downlighters, storage cupboard housing gas meter, radiator and 2 further storage cupboards with quality bookshelving. This in turn opens to the

Breakfast/Dining Area With additional storage cupboards and shelving, low voltage downlighters. Kitchen area is beautifully fitted with a good range of good white high gloss cupboards and drawers, with polished granite worksurface inset with 1 1/2 bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps. Four ring Siemens gas hob, Siemens double oven and grill, fridge and freezer. Extractor fan over and concealed dishwasher. Slate flooring, part tiled walls and Worcester gas boiler.

Utility Room Radiator, plumbing for automatic washing machine, back door and part tiled walls.

Downstairs Cloak/Shower Room With tiled cubicle, low level WC and wash basin. Vanity surfaces, chrome heated towel rail, shaver point and low voltage downlighters.

- From the sitting room open plan staircase to

First Floor Sitting Room/Bedroom A lovely room with tri-fold doors to the balcony. Oak flooring, radiator and low voltage downlighting.

Balcony With chrome and stained glass balustrades and lovely harbour views.

Bedroom 1 With double and single wardrobes, radiator and oak flooring. 2 wall light points.

- From the sitting room ships ladder to

Occasional Second Floor Bedroom/Study With long harbour views through a Velux window and small display window revealing original wattle and daub.

Outside There is a walled courtyard garden with a raised sitting area and with a path leading to a rear gate. Outside tap and lights.