A waterside location

he South East In Bloom judges visited the Fareham area where they concluded their tour with a visit to Ferneham Hall. From left: Fiona Phillips, Stuart Lees and The Mayor of Fareham Councillor Geoff Fazackarley     
Picture Ian Hargreaves  (170760-1)

South East in Bloom judges praise standard of gardens in Fareham area

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This unique and well-appointed modern detached three-bedroom chalet bungalow in Longshore Way, Southsea enjoys a truly splendid waterside location with far-reaching views to Langstone Harbour and beyond.

On the market with Nesbits of Southsea, it benefits also from attractive gardens, a large garage plus hardstanding, upvc replacement double-glazing and central heating.

Approached via Locksway Road, Longshore Way is a select cul-de-sac address comprising a small group of individual detached properties bordering Langstone Harbour.

Built around 1961, and available to the open market for the first time in over 20 years, No 13 is of attractive design with mainly rendered elevations under a pitched and tiled roof featuring ‘eyebrow’ dormer windows.

The outlook is an exceptional asset, with the garden and main rooms commanding a fascinating and delightful panorama encompassing Eastney Lake and Langstone Harbour, Hayling Island and the South Downs beyond.

At the front is a generous garden, laid to lawn with planted borders and wall surround. There is a brick-paved car hardstanding in front of the semi-integral garage.

A paved path leads to the main entrance.

The rear features a lawned garden with walled and railed surround and planted borders.