5 of the best homes in Old Portsmouth

Tuesday, 2nd May 2017, 12:12 pm
Updated Tuesday, 2nd May 2017, 1:14 pm

Space, style and character - these Old Portsmouth properties have it all.

Pembroke Park

This substantial town house is situated in the private gated development of Pembroke Park, a former Garrison Barracks which offers open spaces and mature, well-manicured grounds rarely found in the area. The spacious accommodation is spread over three primary floors, and includes three double bedrooms.

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St Thomas’s Street

This charming three bedroom period home dating from the 18th century is Grade II listed and offers beautifully restored accommodation. With exposed timber beams and frames, well-maintained sash windows and wood paneling finished with antique door furniture, the original character of the building has been retained.

Pembroke Road

This three-bedroom townhouse is offered in good condition throughout and with no onward chain. The property comprises entrance hall, reception room, WC, utility room and integral garage on the ground floor, a fitted kitchen leading to a spacious living room and study on the first floor and three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the top floor.

Peacock Lane

This wonderful two-bedroom period home still boasts many of its original features, including exposed wooden beams, sash windows, log burners and stone floor. It would make a fantastic home for anyone looking for a property with bags of charm and character, and is situated in the much sought-after area of Old Portsmouth.

Broad Street

This stunning three-bedroom apartment enjoys a prominent corner position with unrivaled views of the Spinnaker Tower, Sir Ben Ainslie’s racing headquarters, down Broad Street and into the harbour beyond. The architects have taken full advantage of the Art Deco period with geometric detailing, portholes and chrome plating.