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The property features gas heating, double glazing, white panelled internal doors, smooth skimmed and coved ceilings to ground floor rooms and a security system.

Accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge, dining room, study, kitchen and utility room.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms with en-suite to the master bedroom and family bathroom.

The lounge has a double aspect with window to the front and double-glazed patio doors overlooking and leading to the rear garden.

There is a feature dark wood and tiled fireplace surround with fitted gas ‘coal-effect’ fire, plus four wall light points.

To the front of the property there is mature and established planting with a pathway leading to the front door. A double-width driveway to the side of the property leads to the double garage.

There is a side access gate leading to the enclosed rear garden, which is mainly laid to lawn with shrub borders. There are also paved pathways and paved patio areas, an outside tap, outside security lighting with additional garden lighting, a power point and a pergola set in the corner. The double garage has up-and-over doors, power, light and a personal side door leading to the rear garden.

Council tax is Band E (£1,829.29 for 2014/2015).

Denmead village provides a comprehensive range of shops, a post office, health centre, bank, plus infant and junior schools.

Waterlooville town centre, with a much broader range of shops and additional facilities, is approximately three miles to the east and provides access to the A3(M) with its links to the north and south.

From Denmead village centre proceed along the Hambledon Road, bearing left at the village green into Southwick Road.

Turn left at the roundabout into Forest Road and Creech View is the first turning on the left.

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