Plot screams ‘luxury’

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Currently undergoing the final stages of a comprehensive programme of redevelopment on Fareham’s historic High Street is Altavia House.

Bernards Estate Agents is thrilled to be the chosen agent to welcome this beautiful development to the sales market.

The finished product will be 16 separate exquisite units, eight one-bedroom apartments and eight two-bedroom apartments.

The plot screams out ‘luxury living and prime location’, whether it be for a buy-to-let investor or an applicant wishing to move to such a beautiful spot.

Altavia House stands in its own grounds with ample parking for all residents complemented by attractive landscaping and mature trees. 

The exceptional location means that Fareham town centre’s many amenities including the shopping centre can be reached easily on foot. 

Junction 11 of the M27 is just a few minutes’ drive away and Fareham has a mainline railway station and a bus terminal.

The High Street itself is part of a conservation area which preserves the style of the buildings, keeping the architecture in its historic style.

This comes down to not only what has been built, but also the space between each building and certain trees and how they lie.

Altavia House certainly does not disappoint when it comes to aesthetics. Having been originally built in keeping with the conservation area, the original developers made the building fit in with the Georgian style of its surroundings.

The combination of high ceilings and large Georgian style windows which flood the generously-proportioned rooms with natural light have enabled the architects and developers to create homes of a quality rarely seen in this day and age. 

With a starting price of £160,000 for the one bedroom units and £235,000 for those providing two bedrooms, the apartments are selling steadily with eight units fully reserved.

All apartments are fitted with a white gloss kitchen with Neff appliances which include a washer dryer, fridge freezer, slim-line dishwasher, oven, hob and extractor hood. The kitchens are finished with solid oak work surfaces and a 1.5-bowl under-mounted stainless steel sink. Floors throughout the open plan living area are of engineered oak giving a superior feel which sits well with the overall premium standard of the whole building.

The bathrooms all come standard with fully tiled walls and flooring, recessed mirrors, back to wall W/Cs, quality sinks over vanity units, baths with chrome finished showers over and inset ceiling spot lights. A small number of the apartments also come with a corner shower, adding a little extra to what is already a generous specification.

Throughout the apartments are solid oak doors with chrome handles, fitted wardrobes in bedrooms and pre-wired television and internet points.

This is an opportunity for discerning buyers to acquire something different and of a far higher than average quality. 

Buyers will feel that they are living in a grand period home without the typical disadvantages suffered by older property. 

The developers have gone to great lengths to ensure that the quality of the redevelopment programme meets the high standard of the building and the enviable location.