I love seeing houses hit the market for the first time in a generation. Indeed, this five bedroom house in Hill Head, Fareham, Hampshire going by the name of Longfield is on the market for the first time in 35 years.
Very much of its era, the house was built in 1965, the name coming from the ‘long field’ on which it was built. The design takes advantage of the distant sea views across the fields and uses a lot of glazing, so you can take it as read that there is plenty of natural light coming in here. There’s a nature study area to the side too, so plenty of wildlife for you to enjoy I’d imagine.
You’ll find Longfield in a quiet cul-de-sac and sat in plenty of land, with an entrance porch leading to an entrance hall, which in turn leads to a sitting room with open fireplace, a dining room with French windows to the garden, a breakfast room/kitchen, cloakroom, utility area and a second study or family room.
Head upstairs and the first floor landing offers a feature cedar panelled wall and full length illuminated mirror. That leads to ma master bedroom with fitted floor to ceiling, wall to wall wardrobes, sliding double glazed patio doors to a balcony with glazed balustrade and an en-suite bathroom. There’s also four additional bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside there’s a new drive with plenty of parking space, along with a double garage and workshop and as we mentioned earlier, plenty of garden, both lawn and plants.
Fancy it? The asking price is £550,000.
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