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£150,000

1 bedroom flat for sale

BITTERNE PARK! NO CHAIN! BEAUTIFUL BLOCK! A MUST SEE!

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1 bedroom
1 bathroom

Property features

  • Tenure: Leasehold
  • A Unique One Double Bedroom Apartment
  • Extraordinary Residence of Great Historical Architecture
  • Elegant Sitting Room With a Dual Aspect & Dado Rails
  • Modern Fitted Kitchen With Metro Tiles & White Gloss Units
  • Showstopper Bathroom With a Rainfall Style Shower
  • 19'5 Entrance Hall With Loft Access & Utility Cupboard
  • Double Bedroom With Built in Wardrobe
  • WOW Factor Entrance Porch & Hall
  • Beautifully Kept Gardens With Manicured Shrubs
  • Long Sweeping Driveway & Allocated Parking

Property description

'Deep Dene' is an extraordinary residence of great historical architectural interest, set within a quiet location of Midanbury Lane in Bitterne Park. This Georgian style conversion is incredibly impressive from from the kerb featuring a selection of original architectural detailing and neo-classical stylings. Despite the conversion, which we believed happened around 1987, Deep Dene House has retained a wealth of original features including the decorative brickwork, bay windows, 'WOW' factor entrance porch with a selection of stained glass windows and a grand entrance hall with original style rossini patterned carpets, panelled walls and a wooden staircase with carved banisters. The apartment itself has been beautifully upgraded to a modern style featuring an elegant 'dual aspect' sitting room with plush grey carpets and dado rails, modern kitchen with metro tiles and white gloss units, double bedroom with a built in wardrobe and a larger than average three piece bathroom which is a real showstopper featuring a sleek vanity hand wash basin, rainfall style shower and cleverly designed recessed area which would be ideal for toiletries and bathroom decoration. Completing this apartment is a 19'5' entrance hall which also benefits from dado rails, utility cupboard and loft access. Added benefits include: no forward chain, double glazing, generous lease of 95 years and no ground rent charges.

Outside The Deep Dene development benefits from a long sweeping driveway with allocated parking and beautifully kept gardens with manicured shrubs and a selection of well-established trees. The development itself backs onto the Deep Dene woodland area and recreation ground which consists of mixed ornamental trees remain mainly from the old grounds. A good spot for short woodland walks it has a grassy open space with a play area.

History The development of the Bitterne Park occurred in two stages, the first, from 1882 to 1890 concentrating on the southern end of the site, on the higher ground and the land adjacent to Bitterne railway station. First to be developed was the wooded grounds of Cobden Bridge Road, Midanbury Lane and Thorold Road where large villas were envisaged including the Deep Dene House. 

Location Situated in a quiet location with kerb appeal in abundance; the location couldn't be better. Bitterne Park is unquestionably one of the most desirable neighbours located on the suburb of Southampton on the east bank of the River Itchen. Midanbury Lane, Bitterne Park is conveinently positioned close to an outstanding selection of local shops, cafes and amenities nearby in the Bitterne Precinct and the Bitterne Park Triangle. Exceptional schools are nearby including Bitterne Park Secondary School and Bitterne Park Primary School which has been rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. In addition to that the property is also surrounded by a number of natural attractions including the Frogs Copse, Cutbush Hidden Pond and the beloved Riverside Park. A wonderful place to take a walk, go for a bike ride or kayak along the River Itchen with cafe's and pubs close by. 

Approach
Sweeping shingled driveway leading to allocated parking, selection of mature flower and shrub borders. 

Entrance Porch
Pitched roof entrance porch, original stained glass windows to front and side aspect, original stained glass, further stained glass door leading to: 

Communal Hall
Feature panelled walls, original style rossini patterned carpets, feature staircase with carved banisters leading to all floors. 

Entrance Hall:
Textured finish to coved ceiling, front door, night storage heater, airing cupboard, loft access.

Utility Cupboard
Textured finish to coved ceiling, space and plumbing for a washing machine, shelving for storage. 

Living Area
14' 1" (4.29m) max x 13' 3" (4.04m):
Textured finish to coved ceiling, double glazed window to front and side aspect, night storage heater.

Kitchen
4' 9" (1.45m) x 8' 6" (2.59m):
Textured finish to coved ceiling, double glazed window to front aspect, a range of modern wall and base drawer units with roll top work surface over, built in cooker and hob with extractor over, stainless steel sink and drainer inset, space for fridge freezer, tiled splash-backs.

Bedroom
12' 2" (3.71m) x 8' 6" (2.59m):
Textured finish to coved ceiling, double glazed window to front aspect, built in wardrobe, night storage heaters.

Bathroom:
Textured finish to coved ceiling, double glazed window to front aspect, panel enclosed bath with rainfall style shower over and mixer taps, vanity hand wash basin, low level WC, fitted storage cupboard which is mirror fronted, recessed shelving. 

We are advised by the vendor the lease details are as follows:
Current maintenance charge £1140
Lease - 95 years remaining
Ground Rent - £0

Services
Mains Electricity
Mains Water 
Mains Drainage 

Please Note: Field Palmer have not tested any of the services or appliances at this property.
    Field Palmer is a Southampton based independent estate agency with a wealth of local knowledge, so we’re the experts when it comes to buying, selling or letting a property in Southampton. We offer a full range of services across our three branches (strategically located in Bitterne, Woolston and Shirley) covering sales and lettings, land and new homes, mortgage and financial advice as well as surveys and professional valuations. The Field Palmer approach is very hands on because we understand that our customers want to see results and to be kept informed of any developments. This activity and responsiveness is one of the many advantages of working with a smaller, dedicated, local agency team. At the same time we have all of the affiliations you would expect to see in a larger organisation, including being members of the Ombudsman, the NAEA, RICS and the Tenancy Deposit Scheme.

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