Penshurst Cottage is a south facing hidden gem. A delightful property situated in central Havant and yet totally secluded from surrounding properties. Originally built as the granny annexe to the equally impressive Penshurst House, this home has been carefully extended over the years to provide tasteful and spacious family accommodation. Downstairs, the accommodation is spacious and stylish, with a large sociable breakfast dining room adjacent to the kitchen with built in gas fired Raeburn. Three more reception rooms add to the versatile accommodation providing scope for a sitting room, family room and home office. There is the addition of a downstairs shower room and a convenient utility room. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, the main room with en suite and a family bathroom. Outside, the cottage is seemingly nestled in 0.45 acres of idyllic grounds with a mixture of vegetable and flower beds. There is a spacious driveway and single garage. EPC-D
Set back from a popular and leafy residential avenue of period and more modern properties to the north of the centre of Havant, Penshurst Cottage is conveniently situated within reach of the mainline station on the Portsmouth to London Waterloo/Victoria and Southampton to Brighton lines. Havant has a good shopping facilities and a retail park in addition to a health centre and leisure centre. To the south of Havant lie Langstone Harbour and Hayling Island with coastal walks and sailing clubs and to the north the South Downs National Park is an attraction for rural pursuits such as rambling and riding.
En Suite Shower Room
0.45 acre grounds
Many people move to Emsworth to enjoy the best of town, country and coastal life. It was once a fishing village that was known for boatbuilding, rope making and oyster farming. Many of these traditions are long gone, but Emsworth has retained much of its old-fashioned charm.The many artists who live and work here throw open their studio doors to show their work at the annual Emsworth Art Trail while the Emsworth Horticultural Society holds an annual fair over the August Bank Holiday, which includes demonstrations of ancient crafts such as glass blowing, wood turning, falconry and beekeeping.