This is a charming 1930s detached house of considerable character, offering light, spacious and well presented accommodation, situated in one of the most sought-after roads in the town.
The detached house in Hartfield Road, built in the 1930s by local builders, R.A. Larkin, was originally the headmaster’s house for the old Winceby House School.
Extensively improved in more recent years, the property now provides a bright and spacious home of considerable character with excellent family size accommodation which includes four bedrooms, with a en-suite shower to the main bedroom, a lovely 21’6 x 16’8 triple aspect lounge, dining room with double glazed conservatory off and a modern kitchen with a large utility room off.
Outside, the property is set in well tended gardens with a south-easterly aspect to the rear and a wide frontage to the road.
Gas central heating is installed and there are uPVC double glazed square light windows plus lovely internal features such as fireplaces.
The property is situated in one of the more sought-after roads in the town, neighbouring other large, individual properties, approximately 3/4 mile from Cooden Beach railway station, golf course and seafront and just over a mile from the town centre. The beach at Beaulieu Road is only a few hundred yards away.
The home is on the market at £565,000 - call agents Abbott & Abbott on 01424 212233.