An interesting opportunity to acquire a 1970s Architect-designed property for updating in the popular coastal town of Emsworth.
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Constructed in 1978, White Walls has been a much-loved home for many years, offering flexible, light-filled accommodation arranged over two floors. The property now offers the opportunity for a prospective purchaser to refurbish and reconfigure the existing building to create a stunning family home.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and briefly comprises a generous triple aspect and double height reception room with feature fireplace, full-height window and patio doors to the gardens opening into a neighbouring dining room with patio doors to the terrace.
There is a good-sized kitchen providing a range of wall and floor units and integrated appliances. The ground floor accommodation is completed by three well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom.
On the first floor, a galleried landing gives access to the propertys two remaining dormer bedrooms, both with extensive eaves storage and the master featuring French doors to a private balcony, together with a second family bathroom.
The property has a paved driveway bordered by mature shrubs and trees offering private parking for several cars and giving access to the integral garage.
The garden provides lawned areas with mature shrubs and fruit trees together with a paved terrace and a second covered terrace/verandah area, both ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining.
Situated on the edge of the small town of Emsworth, the property enjoys a peaceful semi-rural location that is still within easy access to day-to-day amenities, pubs, restaurants and transport. Emsworth has a small harbour for boats and a popular sailing club. It is the only market town on a harbour between Brighton and Portsmouth. The harbour is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty.
For a wider variety of shops, restaurants and cultural activities the historic cathedral city of Chichester is nearby, as is Portsmouth, where the Wightlink ferry port for crossing to the Isle of Wight is located.
From the Strutt & Parker office, head north onto the B2178 for approximately 2.9 miles, continue onto the B2146 and follow for approximately 1.7 miles. Continue straight onto Common Road, and after 1.6 miles turn left onto Foxbury Lane (B2147) leading to The Square in Westbourne. Turn right into North Street and left onto Long Copse Lane. At the end of the street turn left and then take the first left into Hollybank Lane.Read all
- Reception hall
- Reception room
- Dining room
- Shower room
- 5 bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- EPC rating D
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