Rarely does an opportunity arise to acquire such a unique and secluded residence within Thornton Avenue, one of the premier roads within Warsash leading down to the banks of the River Hamble and Warsash Marina. The property extends to in excess of 2000 square feet of living accommodation with private gardens to both front and rear with ample parking and garage. The property comes to the market for the first time as the current owners originally designed and built the property.
The property is impressive with extremely versatile and well-proportioned accommodation with a focus on grand open plan living. In brief, the accommodation comprises a; entrance hall which leads through to the sitting room which features a vaulted ceiling with traditional exposed ceiling beams, a wood burning stove, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the front aspect and sliding doors to the rear garden allowing an abundance of light.
The kitchen and utility room are fitted with an extensive range of wall and base units. Further ground floor accommodation comprises of four bedrooms, three of which have fitted wardrobes and two bathrooms. With the exception of the sitting room all ground floor rooms benefit from both electric or manual shutters.
On the first floor there is a galleried landing, currently utilised as a gym but would be ideal for a multitude of different uses. A further bedroom completed the internal accommodation. Two of the bedrooms benefit from vanity sinks. The property is heated by gas warm air. There are solar panels on the roof for hot water only.
Outside, the property is approached via a private driveway. The frontage is substantially gravelled, providing parking for numerous vehicles and/ or motor homes, campervans, or boats. The gardens are traditionally planted with a variety of mature shrubs and trees. There is also a work shop, wood store and summer house.
Warsash is a charming maritime village which is home to the Hook Nature Reserve, a 500-acre inter-tidal area and is also one of the most popular centres for sailing enthusiasts on the South Coast with a well subscribed Yacht Club and the Royal Southern and Royal Southampton Yacht Clubs nearby. There are links to Hamble Village via a ferry for pedestrians and cyclists where you can access the Royal Victoria Country Park.
The centres of Southampton and Portsmouth are approximately 9 and 14 miles away respectively and both offer excellent shopping facilities. Junction 8 of the M27 links to the M3 for London and the Cathedral City of Winchester. Southampton International Airport (9 miles) offers excellent connections overseas with the adjacent Parkway station connecting to London Waterloo in one hour and ten minutes. With regard to schooling, Hook with Warsash Primary School and Brookfield Community School are nearby.