Set back from the road behind a 45ft driveway and large walled garden, Woodend is a fine example of the work of Thomas Ellis Owen, the architect and developer responsible for much of Southsea’s early-Victorian heart.
Built in 1847 to an Italianate double-fronted design, the house features rendered elevations under a pitched, slated roof.
The Main House is arranged over three floors and affords three bedrooms plus four reception rooms.
The attached, also three-storied, annexe contains a further living room, en-suite bedroom and kitchen.
Importantly (particularly given the house’s listing) the annexe benefits from consent for its overall floor area to be increased by about 50 per cent through a forwards extension.
Woodend now presents a truly first-class opportunity for a discerning buyer to adapt and refurbish a classic period residence, creating a superior and stylish home, ideal for a large or mixed-generational family.
The property is on the market with Nesbits at a guide price of £995,000.
So for the full details/specifications and an appointment to view, call today on (023) 9286 4321.