Spacious and flexible

Tuesday, 12th September 2017, 2:45 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th September 2017, 4:04 pm

Sussex Road, Southsea

Here’s a spacious, flexible and well-proportioned layout of 4/5 bedrooms and 3/4 living rooms, the character of a grade II listed building, a generous garden and off-street parking.Combine these assets with a ‘tucked away’, yet exceptionally convenient position in Southsea’s historic heart and the result is a truly first class family home.

Queens Terrace, as this elegant and stylish group was named when built between 1837 and 1840, is the work of Thomas Ellis Owen, the renowned architect and developer responsible for much of early-Victorian Southsea.Now a protected Conservation Area, the location is a short walk only from the town centre with its pedestrianised shopping precinct (Waitrose, Knight & Lee and Debenhams), range of schools (Mayville, St Johns College and Portsmouth High School), and seafront.Accommodation includes: steps up to panelled front door, with arched fanlight, to entrance hall, living room, dining room, door from entrance hall, steps down from entrance hall to lower rear hall with access to lower ground floor, fitted and equipped kitchen, shower room and wc ,bathroom and wc, main first floor landing, upper drawing room, bedroom one, second rear half landing, main second floor landing, access to loft space, bedroom two, principal bedroom, lower ground floor, hallway, cloakroom and wc, bedroom four , family room.The terrace is screened from the road by a deep communal forecourt having walled surround, mature trees, and curving driveway with open parking for Nos. 4,6 & 8.At the rear is a generous garden laid mainly to lawn with walled surround and decked, recessed patio area, water tap and rear pedestrian gate.A shared vehicular way grants potential for the provision of further off-street parking if desired.Council tax band: F (£2,082.01 per annum).

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