Character town house

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Built in 1862 as Enfield Villas, this four-storey character town house forms part of a terrace of four only.

It features rendered elevations with recessed porch and double splay bay windows under a modern tiled roof having front and rear dormers.

To the front is a walled forecourt and to the rear an enclosed patio garden enjoying a westerly aspect and having pedestrian access.

A rarely available opportunity with much to commend it.

Among the winding streets of (Thomas) Owen’s Conservation Area, Albany Road runs between Elm Grove and Nelson Road – a desirable residential address which places Palmerston Road shopping precinct within a short stroll, and the wide-ranging public amenities of central Southsea within a radius of some three-quarters of a mile.

These include: seafront leisure and recreation facilities, Waitrose and Knight & Lee, mainline railway stations, various good schools, and University of Portsmouth campus.