(GUIDE PRICE £475,000 - £500,000) This beautifully presented, character home dates back to the early 1900’s and is set in the popular location of Bitterne Park. Accommodation briefly comprises a stunning extensive entrance hall, a well-proportioned 16ft sitting room, a studio/extra reception room to the rear aspect and a 16ft gorgeous kitchen/diner, with the ground floor accommodation boasting a wealth of space. Whilst on the first floor there are three double bedrooms, an en-suite shower and a beautifully appointed four-piece family bathroom. Additional benefits include a good-sized mature rear garden and a driveway providing off-road parking. To fully appreciate both the accommodation on offer and the property’s location, an early viewing truly is a must. LOCATION The property is within catchment for Bitterne Park Infant & Primary Schools, along with Bitterne Park Secondary School. Bitterne Park itself is close to Bitterne has a thriving centre that offers a broad range of shops and general amenities along with its own train station. Southampton's city centre with its broad range of shops including WestQuay shopping centre, its bars, restaurants, cinemas, amenities and mainline railway station is within easy reach. Southampton Airport is around twenty minutes away and all main motorway access routes are also close by, including M27 links east and west bound via M3 to M25 and via A3 to London.
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INTRODUCTION

(GUIDE PRICE £475,000 - £500,000) This beautifully presented, character home dates back to the early 1900’s and is set in the popular location of Bitterne Park. Accommodation briefly comprises a stunning extensive entrance hall, a well-proportioned 16ft sitting room, a studio/extra reception room to the rear aspect and a 16ft gorgeous kitchen/diner, with the ground floor accommodation boasting a wealth of space. Whilst on the first floor there are three double bedrooms, an en-suite shower and a beautifully appointed four-piece family bathroom. Additional benefits include a good-sized mature rear garden and a driveway providing off-road parking. To fully appreciate both the accommodation on offer and the property’s location, an early viewing truly is a must.

LOCATION

The property is within catchment for Bitterne Park Infant & Primary Schools, along with Bitterne Park Secondary School. Bitterne Park itself is close to Bitterne has a thriving centre that offers a broad range of shops and general amenities along with its own train station. Southampton's city centre with its broad range of shops including WestQuay shopping centre, its bars, restaurants, cinemas, amenities and mainline railway station is within easy reach. Southampton Airport is around twenty minutes away and all main motorway access routes are also close by, including M27 links east and west bound via M3 to M25 and via A3 to London.

INSIDE

This stunning family home has a wall fronted surround with a block paved driveway and stone feature. The glazed front door opens directly through to a beautiful entrance hall, which has checked tiled flooring (in keeping with the age of the property) and a staircase with runner leading to the first floor. The hall has a double glazed window to the front aspect with fitted blinds, a cast iron radiator, storage under the stairs and doors leading to all principal accommodation. The sitting room, situated to the right of the hallway, has a double glazed sash bay window to the front aspect, is laid to solid wood flooring, has a stunning open fire place with log burner, a radiator to one wall, a beautiful high ceiling and picture rails. The studio/extra reception room, situated opposite the entrance, is laid to solid wood flooring, with an open fireplace, a double glazed window to the rear aspect and a radiator to one wall. Adjacent to the sitting room and situated to the rear of the property, a door from the hallway leads through to the 16ft kitchen/diner. The kitchen/diner, a well-proportioned 16ft room, has been extended and enjoys views over the landscaped rear garden. The kitchen itself has been fitted with a matching range of wall and base units with soft closing cupboards and drawers under. There is a double ceramic sink/drainer unit along with a built-in double oven, six ring gas hob with extractor over, space for a dishwasher and an American style fridge/freezer, along with other utility space. A double glazed window is found to the side aspect and two double glazed windows to the rear aspect, with solid wooden work surfaces, solid slate flooring, complementary tiling and a radiator to one wall.

The first floor landing is laid to solid wood flooring, with a large loft hatch accessing a fully boarded loft which has both light and ladder, with doors from the landing leading to the bedrooms and bathroom. The master bedroom mirrors the sitting room below, has a double glazed bay window, solid wood flooring and a radiator to one wall. To one side of the master, a door opens into the en-suite which has shelving, a double shower, a wash hand basin with fitted mirror and a WC. Laid to solid wood flooring, the en-suite is fully tiled, has a heated towel rail and a double glazed window to the side aspect. Bedroom two, also a good-sized double room, has triple fitted wardrobes across one wall, a double glazed sash window to the rear aspect, is laid to solid wood flooring and has a radiator to one wall. Bedroom three has a double glazed window to the front aspect, is again laid to solid wood flooring, has a TV point and a radiator to one wall. The attractive family bathroom is a great place to relax, fitted with a modern four-piece suite comprising a deep oval shaped bath which has a handheld shower over. A separate shower cubicle to one side has both a rain shower and handheld shower. There is also a stunning wash hand basin with fitted mirror, as well as a WC. The room also benefits from complementary tiling and a double glazed window to the rear aspect.

OUTSIDE

The property is set on a large plot and has a gated side entrance. To the front of the property, is a dropped kerb providing off road parking for one vehicle set on a block paved driveway, a front garden to one side and a stone feature with wall surround. Access to the rear of the property is found to the side. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and has two patio areas, perfect for lounging on garden furniture or entertaining, and is enclosed via wood fence panelling. The garden benefits from a sunny aspect, with a wooden shed to one end which has a pitched roof, power and light, as well as a log store to one side of the garden and an outside tap.

SERVICES

Gas, electricity, water and mains drainage are connected. Please note that none of the services or appliances have been tested by White & Guard.

BROADBAND

Gfast Fibre Broadband is available with download speeds of up to 330-330 Mbps and upload speeds of up to 33-50 Mbps. Information has been provided by the Openreach website.

Bitterne
10 Bond Road, Bitterne Park
Guide Price
£475,000
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
2 Reception Rooms
Freehold
EPC Rating: C
Council Tax Band: C
Council Tax Cost: £1,917.33/yr
Call 02382 022192