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This stunning mews house was originally part of the old Bedhampton school.

Designed in 1868 by the London architect Richard William Drew this is a classic example of the Gothic domestic revival that was sweeping the country at this time.

Today this beautiful property boasts a host of original features coupled with modern living.

Original features include Gothic windows, galleried landings, exposed beams and a large open fireplace.

On the market with Pearsons of North Street, Havant, at £315,000 leasehold, this property consists of, to the ground floor, a lounge (open plan to the kitchen), ground floor bedroom and bathroom, and to the first floor are two further double bedrooms (master with en-suite) and both bedrooms are accessed by separate staircases.

There is off-road parking via electric gates and a private south-facing garden.

The property is double glazed and gas centrally heated and is being offered for sale with no forward chain.

This property benefits from having local shops close by as well as being on bus routes to both Havant and Portsmouth.

Bedhampton Railway station is also within a quarter-of-a-mile.

The charming village of Old Bedhampton is within half-a-mile and foreshore walks at Langstone Harbour are within about one mile.

The A3(M) interchange which links with the A27 to provide easy access towards Petersfield, Chichester, Portsmouth and beyond is also within one mile.

Havant Town Centre with its mainline railway station (London Waterloo 80mins) is within one-and-a-half miles.

For the full details/specifications and an appointment to view, please contact Pearsons of Havant on (023) 9248 6244.