Lowlands is an important local residence and landmark house with stucco rendered brick elevations under slate pitched roofs, located just east of the town centre occupying a prominent, elevated position overlooking the river Wallington.
This fine Georgian house, which is believed to date from the early 19th century, has been subject to an extensive programme of renovation with great care taken to retain and enhance the numerous character features associated with the period.
The stunning living accommodation briefly comprises: five principal bedrooms (two additional basement bedrooms), six bathrooms, drawing room, orangery, kitchen/diner, utility, sitting room, study and basement sitting room.
Delightful landscaped gardens, extensive driveway parking and detached double garage (subject to planning permission being granted).
Wallington is also one of Fareham’s most highly regarded residential locations, retaining village character, on the north-eastern side of Fareham with easy access to the A27, A32 and M27.
The property is less than a quarter of a mile from the Delme roundabout giving access to the A27 and A32.
The property is situated in the Harrison Primary School catchment area which is curriculum-linked to Cams Hill Secondary School. There are also popular private schools in the vicinity.