Fordingbridge, SP6 1BU

£250,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A characterful Victorian two-bedroom semi-detached house situated within walking distance to the town centre and offering the potential to extend subject to any building regulations or consents.

The historic town of Fordingbridge sits on the banks of the River Avon and on the edge of the New Forest. It offers a good range of retail, recreational and educational facilities. The more major towns of Salisbury and Bournemouth can be accessed via the A31/A338, whilst Southampton, Winchester and London can be accessed via the A31/M27/M3. A mainline train station is also located in the Cathedral city of Salisbury with Waterloo being approximately 85 minutes travel.

The well-presented accommodation is offered over two floors with potential to convert the substantial loft and retains many period features including sash windows, fireplaces, high ceilings and architraves. Comprising an entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and access into the sitting room which is a good size with views to the front of the property. A walk-in under the stairs storage cupboard and feature fireplace with inset electric fire complete the room. The south-facing kitchen/breakfast room overlooks the rear garden and gives access to the side of the property. It offers a range of base and wall mounted units, four ring gas hob with extractor over, under counter oven, stainless steel single sink and drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, space for a larder style fridge freezer and tiled splashbacks. A cloakroom to the side completes the ground floor accommodation.

The first-floor landing provides access to the two double bedrooms both of which have vintage fireplaces and fitted wardrobes. The traditional bathroom completes the first floor. Further benefits include gas central heating and combination boiler.

To the front of the property there is a pathway leading to the front door with the garden being laid to pea shingle with charismatic wrought iron fencing to the front boundary. To the rear of the property a tarmac driveway provides off road parking space and access to the neighbouring property. To the western side there is a hardstanding area suitable for a store shed or similar. A wooden gate gives access to the south-facing, private well-enclosed rear garden. It benefits from a tiled patio area, lawn, well-established raised flower borders and an outside tap.

Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the location and the beautiful character features.

COUNCIL TAX BAND: C

ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING: D

AGENTS NOTES: The heating system, mains and appliances have not been tested by Hearnes Estate Agents. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive and do not form part of the contract.

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