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Queen Street, Emsworth, Hampshire, PO10

Offers in excess of £995,000


4 Beds 2 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: CHI220142



  • Beautiful Georgian Merchants house
  • Grade II listed
  • Fabulous south facing garden
  • Well maintained and balanced accommodation
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Sitting room
  • Music room
  • Summer sitting room/fourth bedroom
  • Very close to the harbour
  • Single Garage


A beautifully presented Grade II Listed double fronted Georgian house, situated in one of the best and most well respected roads in the Emsworth conservation area. Dating from the mid 18th Century, with flemish bond brickwork and lovely Venetian windows, the house has been well maintained over the years yet has potential to be improved. On the ground floor the spacious reception hall opens into a dining room with a reception room either side. Both reception rooms have original fireplaces. There is a kitchen leading to an extension currently forming a further reception room. with adjacent shower/cloakroom, but which could easily be converted into a magnificent kitchen/family room with west facing French doors opening onto the most beautiful garden. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms plus a small study and shower room. The English country garden is beautifully maintained, faces south and is well screened. The manicured lawn is flanked by either brick paths or rose and herbaceous borders, with a York stone patio adjacent to the house and further slightly raised terrace at the rear. There is a range of mature trees including cherry, bay and cupressus. There is a secure gated and covered side access allowing for storage of paddleboards, kayaks, bins and bikes. The house has a leasehold garage (with a remaining term of 96 years) accessed via Frankland Terrace just over the road. This pretty harbourside town on the boundary of Hampshire and West Sussex is extremely popular and it is not hard to see why. It has retained a good number of local shops, public houses and restaurants. There is a regular farmer's market and a well-established local arts scene. Emsworth Sailing Club and the Slipper Sailing Club are only a short distance away and the town still retains a small fishing fleet with two boat yards specialising in classic local craft. Despite its idyllic setting Emsworth is easily accessible with good road and rail links to London. Havant railway station provides mainline services to London Waterloo in about 1 hour and 20 minutes. The city of Portsmouth is only 11 miles away. The cathedral city of Chichester is 10 miles to the east, home to the internationally renowned Festival Theatre and Pallant House Gallery. There are golf courses nearby at Rowlands Castle, on Hayling Island and at Goodwood.

- Original York stone steps and wrought iron hand rail to handsome front door with original fan light, opening to

Reception Hall Doors to

Sitting Room A lovely double aspect room with bay window to the front and beautiful garden views to the back. Open fireplace, radiator and TV point.

Second Sitting room/Music room fireplace with shelved display alcoves and cupboards on either side, bay window and double radiator.

Dining Hall Fireplace, door and views to the garden, radiator. Door to

Utility Area Stone butler sink, wooden drainer and range of storage cupboards. Tall storage cupboard and door to the garden.

Kitchen Comprehensively equipped with a range of cream base cupboards and drawers with matching eye level cupboards over. Inset four ring gas hob, double oven and grill, extractor hood. Plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. Ideal Mexico gas boiler. Airing cupboard with lagged copper cylinder, garden views and loft hatch. Door to

Rear Hall With doors to

Downstairs Cloak/Shower Room Suite comprising tiled shower cubicle, low level WC and wash basin inset to vanity surface. Cupboards below, double radiator, strip light and shaver point.

Summer room/ground floor bedroom A lovely south facing double aspect room, with French doors to the garden. Radiator, TV point and low voltage downlighters (although this room is currently used as a fourth bedroom, it would make a perfect kitchen/breakfast room subject to planning consent).

- From the Dining Hall, door and staircase to

Cellar With restricted head height but comprising hallway with storage, leading to an open room that has been fully tanked and with light, power and window.

Decorated Room With light, power, desk and window. Storage cupboards and bookshelves.

- From the Ground Floor Hall, straight staircase leading to

First Floor Landing Loft hatch, Venetian window, double radiator and doors leading to

Bedroom 1 Beautifully preserved Venetian windows, two storage cupboards on either side of the sealed fireplace. Double radiator.

Bedroom 2 Matching Venetian windows, cupboards and double radiator.

Bedroom 3 Double storage cupboard, double radiator and lovely garden views.

Shower Room With cubicle housing chrome shower, low level WC and wash basin.

Study Lovely garden views and bookshelving.


Front Garden The house is elevated above street level and therefore provides good privacy. The front garden is fronted by a privet/box hedge with two wrought iron pedestrian gates and York stone steps to the front door. There is a secure gated side access to a covered way, providing good storage for kayaks, dinghies, bicycles and bins.

Back Garden A quite delightful south facing English country garden, fully enclosed by brick walls or high fencing, with original York stone patio adjacent to the back of the house and path through rose beds and herbaceous borders to a further patio and barbeque area. Beautifully maintained lawn and mature trees including apple, cupressus, cherry and bay.

Garage There is a single garage (96 year lease) with up-and-over door, in a compound in Pelham Terrace.