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It now requires refurbishment and offers a lot of potential to buyers.

Built around 1966, No 18 has brick elevations under a pitched and tiled roof with dormer windows.

The facade incorporates an enclosed porch, feature chimney and the extended, now double, garage.

It stands upon a generous, triangular plot which provides mature and well-tended gardens to the front and rear.

The latter extends to a length of some 90ft and has a useful cedarwood shed/workshop.

As stated, updating is now required, presenting a buyer with a desirable blank canvas for their own tastes and ideas.

Accommodation includes: recessed porch, entrance hall, shower room and wc, study, kitchen, modern conservatory, dual-aspect living room, dining room.

There is a first floor landing with access to the loft space, a bathroom and wc, plus three bedrooms.

The front of the property has a generous garden with hedge and fence surround.

It is laid to lawn with mature planted borders.

There are twin sideways, each with a water butt.

The property also has a Tarmac driveway and hardstanding for a number of vehicles.

The rear has a generous, broadly triangular garden. There is a lawn, mature and well-stocked planted beds and border, an ornamental pond, water tap and dual side pedestrian access.

Council tax: Band ‘E’.Viewing strictly by appointment with auctioneers, DM Nesbit & Co.

Denvilles’ popular ‘Avenues’ lie to the west of Southleigh Road, east of the Portsmouth- Waterloo railway line, and some half-a- mile only from Havant town centre.

It’s a pleasant residential address among varied properties of a generally high standard and convenient for a range of public amenities.