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  • Bedrooms: 4

Hollybrook stream flows through the idyllic southerly facing rear garden that enjoys a leafy outlook providing a delightful setting for this extended semi-detached property that is within walking distance of the golf course. The stylish accommodation is well presented and will appeal to a wide range of purchasers as it is equidistant from The University Campus in Highfield and the General Hospital. Highlights include a well appointed kitchen/breakfast room, two reception rooms and a large conservatory with an adjacent study/home office. The main bedroom boasts a dressing area, en-suite shower and a balcony overlooking the rear garden. Three further bedrooms are served by an impressive bathroom and the driveway offers off road parking. The integral garage has potential for conversion to provide an additional reception room or bedroom if desired.


The entrance vestibule has a double coats cupboard with shelving and a hanging rail and a half glazed door opens to the hallway that creates a favourable impression when entering the property. Here quality laminate wood flooring flows seamlessly through to the lounge and dining room and a spindled staircase ascends to the first floor. A double cupboard has lattice doors and a radiator is set in a decorative grille. The well appointed kitchen/breakfast room is positioned at the front and comprises a range of wall and base units with a complementary work surface incorporating an enamel single bowl sink unit with a mixer tap and a cutlery drainer. Fitted appliances include a brushed steel range style cooker with a matching hood, plumbing for a washing machine is provided and space for a fridge/freezer is available. The front aspect window ensures natural light and has a pleasant outlook. There is a matching dresser unit and a raised breakfast bar allows for informal dining. A tiled floor and mosaic tiled walls are evident and an archway leads to the dining room. This has a wine rack built into the chimney that has an adjacent low level cupboard with glass display shelving above. Glazed double doors permit access to the conservatory and an open aspect creates a superb social flow to the lounge. Here the limestone mantelpiece is a pleasing focal point for the room and glazed double doors open to the deck. The conservatory is of a generous size and has laminate wood flooring that continues through to the adjacent study. Windows and glazed doors enjoy a delightful view to the rear garden and also open to the deck. The study is larger than average and offers the opportunity for an additional bedroom. A window overlooks the rear garden and a door links to the integral garage.

On the first floor the landing has a front aspect window, airing cupboard and a hatch with a ladder allowing access to the loft space. The main bedroom is approached via a dressing area with cherry wood wardrobes including part mirrored doors. The bedroom boasts glazed double doors opening to a decked balcony that enjoys attractive views over the rear garden. The well-appointed en-suite comprises a corner cubicle with a shower unit, close coupled WC and a wash hand basin with cupboards below. Limestone tiled walls, a frosted front aspect window, a slate tiled floor, an inset glass block screen and a heated towel rail complete the specification. Bedroom two enjoys a pleasing outlook over the rear garden and fitted wardrobes, drawers and cupboards adorn one entire wall. Bedroom three is larger than average and offers a similar view. Bedroom four is L shaped and includes a front aspect window. The tastefully appointed family bathroom features a white suite comprising a deep bath with a folding glass screen, an antique style shower mixer tap and a high flush WC with a chrome pipe and ornate brackets. There is also a wash hand basin with cupboards below, a mirrored medicine cabinet, a traditional style radiator/towel rail, part tiled walls and a frosted side aspect window.


The block paviour driveway allows off road parking for several vehicles and has shrub borders. There is an integral garage with an automated door, storage cupboards, a work surface, power and light together with a door leading to the study.

The southerly facing rear garden is an outstanding feature of the property and enjoys a private aspect with a leafy outlook. A large sundeck extends the width of the house and courtesy lighting, double power points and an outside tap are installed. A gravelled area is found to the side where a gate leads to the driveway. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with shrubs and mature trees. A shed is found in the top left corner and a gravelled path with railway sleepers leads down to a deck with a footbridge crossing over Hollybrook stream towards a small wooded area.


Bassett is a highly sought after residential area due to the close proximity of The University campus that provides numerous facilities including The Jubilee sports complex that has an indoor swimming pool. The Turner Sims concert hall and popular Nuffield Theatre are also found nearby that host a varied programme of cultural events. The Common, Sports Centre and City Golf Course are within a short distance and provide excellent recreational open space. Access to the M27/M3 motorway network is close by and The Parkway railway station provides a fast route to Waterloo. Local shops are found in Winchester Road whilst the city centre is only two miles distant boasting major high street facilities and the West Quay shopping mall and cinema restaurant complex.


Proceed in a northerly direction out of the city in a northerly direction along the Avenue. Proceed straight on at the roundabout into Bassett Avenue and take the fourth turning left into Bassett Row where the property will be found on the left.

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Charles Powell

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