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Garsons Road, Emsworth, PO10

4 Bed │ 2 Bath │ 2 Rec

Guide Price £470,000

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Emsworth

Katie Cummings

Branch Manager

Key features

  • Quiet location walking distance from the village centre
  • Several nearby footpaths across to the Prinsted waterfront
  • Four bedrooms to accommodate the whole family
  • Comfortable main bedroom suite with en suite shower and bathroom
  • Relax in the spacious west facing conservatory
  • Spend time with family in the large west facing rear garden
  • Enjoy the convenience of a pantry and separate bootroom
  • Recently replaced boiler and both bathrooms
  • Park safely in the nearby off road parking
  • Take the train to London from nearby Southbourne station

Full description

Introducing this exceptional 4-bedroom semi-detached house, located in a serene and sought-after area within walking distance of the village centre. Nestled amidst a tranquil setting, this property offers easy access to several nearby footpaths that lead you to the picturesque Prinsted waterfront.

Stepping inside, you are greeted by a meticulously designed interior that caters to the needs of the modern family. The property boasts four spacious bedrooms, providing ample accommodation for the whole family. The main bedroom suite encompasses an en-suite shower and bathroom, ensuring a comfortable and private retreat.

Unwind and bask in natural sunlight in the spacious west facing conservatory, offering a relaxing space for year-round leisure. The large west facing rear garden beckons quality family time, providing a perfect backdrop for outdoor activities and relaxation.

Additional features include the convenience of a pantry and separate boot room, offering ample storage space. Notably, the boiler and both bathrooms have recently been replaced, ensuring peace of mind. In summary, this property presents an exquisite opportunity to own a home that combines comfort, convenience, and a peaceful location.

Situation

Southbourne is a popular village and civil parish lying approximately 8 miles to the west of Chichester and 1 mile to the east of Emsworth. The village provides a number of local amenities to its residents including the Bourne Secondary School, leisure centre and a number of local convenience stores. A number of bus services serve the village providing access to the surrounding villages and the Coastliner service between Brighton & Portsmouth. There is also excellent commuter links with a local train station on the London Victoria line with direct links to the Waterloo Line at Havant. The southernmost point of the A3(M), and access to London, is approximately 6 miles to the west with further transport links to Portsmouth, Southampton and Bournemouth gained by the M27. There are many renowned areas of outstanding natural beauty not far from Southbourne including Chichester Harbour at Prinsted, Stansted Forest and Kingley Vale Nature Reserve. The world famous Goodwood Estate with its horse racing, motor circuit and aerodrome can also be found within 10m of the village.

Council Tax Band: C

Tenure: Freehold

Why live in Emsworth?

The perfect blend of town, country and coastal life is what draws people from all walks of life to Emsworth, Havant and Rowlands Castle.

Moving to Emsworth 

Emsworth itself was once a fishing village, known for boatbuilding, ropemaking and oyster farming. Although many of the old ways are long gone, the town has retained much of its old-fashioned charm and added a modern twist. 

As one of the most successful estate agents in Emsworth, we love working in this fabulous seafront setting. Emsworth has lots of independent shops, a butcher, fishmonger, florist, delicatessen, supermarkets and nearby farm shops. We’re also spoilt by the number of popular pubs, bars and restaurants here where you can enjoy a chilled drink with friends as the sun goes down or fine dining with a waterside view. 

With its coastal setting, Emsworth is a paradise for sailors. Wonderful waterside properties line the harbour and there’s a choice of local sailing clubs, whether you’re just finding your sea legs or you’re a seasoned sailor. Nearby Hayling Island is the spiritual home of windsurfing. On weekends, you’ll often see them racing and dancing across the waves as you stroll the long, golden beaches. 

Emsworth is a great place for families too. You’ll find a great selection of good schools, including St. James Primary School, Emsworth Primary School, Warblington Secondary School and Bourne Community College

The many artists who live and work here throw open their studio doors to show their work at the annual Emsworth Art Trail. The Emsworth Horticultural Society holds the annual Emworth Show over the August Bank Holiday, which includes demonstrations of ancient crafts such as glass-blowing, wood turning, falconry and beekeeping. It’s a buzzing community with local business networks firing on all cylinders and its own magazine, The Ems, keeping everyone updated on local events. 

Moving to Rowlands Castle 

Just inland is the pretty village of Rowlands Castle, bordered by the spectacular scenery of the South Downs National Park. The village lies a few miles north of Chichester and Portsmouth, so there’s great access to all the amenities of city life from a countryside setting. Closer to home, Rowlands Castle itself has all you need for everyday living, from a convenience store, pharmacy, vets and a post office just off the traditional village green.

Henry Adams has been the trusted choice for estate agents in Rowlands Castle for over 30 years. In 2022, we extended our reach in the village when Emsworth Sales Branch Manager, Katie Cummings, seamlessly took the helm at Henry Adams in Emsworth and she continues to specialise in selling homes in Rowlands Castle. With her guidance, based on extensive knowledge of the local property market, you can confidently navigate buying or selling in this lovely village. 

Rowlands Castle has three friendly pubs and a cafe, a railway station with a direct line to London Waterloo, and easy access to the A3(M) interchange which links to Portsmouth, Petersfield and London. There are plenty of local opportunities for taking time to enjoy life, including Rowlands Castle Golf Club nearby, Rowlands Castle Tennis Club, and the great Stansted Estate for scenic walks and a sense of grandeur. 

Moving to Havant 

Nestled in the southeast corner of Hampshire is the historic market town of Havant. Situated close to the coast, Havant is bordered by the South Downs and the Solent. Langstone Bridge connects the mainland to Hayling Island with its long stretches of beaches and waterside walks. 

This area has great connections. The A27 runs along the southern fringes of Havant, linking to Chichester & Brighton to the east and to Portsmouth & Southampton to the west. Travelling northwards the A3(M) provides easy access to Horndean, Petersfield, Haslemere, Guildford and central London. 

Havant’s rich history dates back to Roman times and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book in 1086 when its population was about 100 people. Over the years, it’s grown through trade and agriculture, as well as the thriving glove-making trade in the 1700s. The Victorian-era train station now connects passengers directly to London with some journey times taking less than an hour and a half to the capital. The architecture reflects the evolution of Havant, with Georgian buildings lending character from earlier years.Today there are specialist retailers, high street shops, a twice-weekly market, restaurants, pubs, and Horizon Leisure Centre which has a 25m indoor pool and caters to a range of sporting interests. 

Warblington, Langstone, Denvilles and more 

Each of the areas surrounding Emsworth and Havant, such as Denvilles, Langstone, Bedhampton and Warblington, has its own character. As your local estate agent specialising in these locations, we operate centrally from our Emsworth office and use our local insights to help you find the perfect setting for your next home, whether you’re buying, selling, renting or letting. 

Warblington lies on the eastern fringes of Havant and is a sought-after residential area. Its train station links directly to London Victoria while Warblington School caters for the younger generation.Families and individuals can make the most of active leisure locally, such as The Avenue, a popular sports & social club, and the expanses of open countryside and coastline. 

Langstone lies on the upper reaches of Chichester Harbour and Langstone Harbour, which are Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs), the village has renowned pubs and a historic mill. Langstone Bridge offers a scenic passage across the water to Hayling Island, with its breathtaking coastal scenery. Attracting new and growing businesses to the area is Langstone Park, which is undergoing significant investment and development. 

Neighbouring Denvilles is a popular residential location where you’ll find attractive Victorian & Edwardian homes alongside more modern family homes from the 1960s to the present day. There’s a real sense of community, making this an ideal setting for individuals, couples and families. 

At Henry Adams Emsworth, we take pride in being the specialist estate agent serving this picturesque area. Our coverage extends to selling homes in Havant, Denvilles, Warblington, Langstone and many other local hamlets and villages, such as Southbourne, Rowlands Castle and, of course, Emsworth itself. 

If you’d like to buy, sell or let a property in any of these locations, get in touch with your local team and discover the Henry Adams difference for yourself.

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