I’m guessing you’ll have to look very, very closely to see much of the period in this 1930s modernist property in Hamble, near Southampton, Hampshire.
Hamble incidentally was the location of vintage Sunday night TV show Howards Way, with Marina Lodge (that’s the name of the house) said to be one of the finest houses in the real version of the village. The agent points out that the property has been ‘subject of considerable alteration and high quality refurbishment’ over the past years, which you can see from the images here. Sadly, we haven’t been able to find a ‘before’ shot to do a comparison, but we would guess that the shell of the house remains and not much more.
It still has a very strong look though with some high end finishes. That includes a Monocouche exterior, non-slip decking, powder coated aluminium double glazing, oak floors, a built-in audio system, automated lighting…you get the idea.
As for space, walk in and you are greeted with an entrance hall with porthole-style window and cloakroom, with access to a high-end kitchen plus pantry and utility which leads to the lounge and dining space and has French doors to the rear. That large lounge diner has sliding doors to the garden and views over the marina. There’s also a family room with feature round window, along with the master bedroom with dressing area and en-suite and two further bedrooms with en-suite. There’s also a roof terrace too, as you might have noticed.
Head outside and you’ll find around a quarter of an acre of gardens, including lawns, decking, outside lighting, security cameras, bespoke gates and a detached double garage.
£1,300,000 is the asking price.