Northney Lane, Hayling Island, PO11

2 Bed │ 1 Bath │ 2 Rec

Guide Price £525,000.00 (Freehold)

Hayling Island

Matthew Inker


Key features

  • Enjoy the peaceful and semi-rural location of Northney
  • Take a stroll through the designated area of outstanding natural beauty
  • Enjoy socialising with friends in the spacious kitchen/breakfast room
  • Relax with the family in the attractive rear garden with views over fields
  • Work from home in the separate study/family room
  • Move straight in as no forward chain
  • Park your vehicles on the driveway
  • Work from home in the separate study/family room

Full description

Henry Adams presents this charming cottage situated in the popular Northney area of Hayling Island. Offered with vacant possession the cottage offers spacious accommodation in a quiet location. The residence has previously been extended and offers more potential for sideways and second floor extension. There is a spacious lounge dining room and separate study family room. A large kitchen dining room and downstairs utility/cloakroom. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom with separate shower. Outside the Idyllic garden is spacious with mature fruit trees and flower beds and borders. There is driveway parking for two cars. EPC-D

Council Tax Band - D



The cottage is situated in the picturesque village of Northney next to a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Site of Special Scientific Interest. The Church of St Peter is situated just south of the property along with unspoilt areas of countryside. The foreshore is a short walk across a footpath to the west whilst Northney Marina is a few minutes walk from the property. Access on and off the Island is good with Langstone bridge being around half a mile from the property itself. London Waterloo rail services are available at Havant station, whilst there are excellent road connections with both the A27 and A3m closeby. Other local highlights are: Hayling Island's superb seafront, the bustling harbourside town of Emsworth, historic Portsmouth, the South Downs National Park and the cathedral city of Chichester.



Lounge Dining Room

Study Family Room

Kitchen Breakfast Room


Double Bedroom

Double Bedroom

Bathroom with Shower

Cottage Garden


Details correct: >>8th March 2022<<

Why live in Hayling Island?

Hayling Island is a delightful 12-square mile area of land that’s completely surrounded by the sea and can only be accessed by the road bridge from Langstone. It’s is an absolute mecca for watersports – windsurfing was invented here and we have miles of glorious, safe beaches that are made for seaside activities, including sailing, power boating, jet skiing and beach volleyball.

Beachlands beach has received the international Blue Flag award every year for the past 25 years and is the perfect spot to while away the hours looking over the Solent with a fish and chip supper.

We’re well served by shops across the island’s three main villages of Mengham, West Town and Eastoke Corner and have five schools on the Island, including infant, junior and secondary schools. There’s plenty to keep the children busy outside school hours too with the Funland Amusement Park at Beachlands, the Hayling Seaside Railway that runs from Beachlands to Eastoke Corner and the adiZone Outdoor Gym at Eastoke that has all kinds of free equipment for youngsters to use.

There are two pay and play golf courses here and, at the Seacourt Tennis Club, members can play real tennis on one of the few remaining real tennis courts in the world. You’ll also find a wide selection of restaurants, cafés and takeaways, including the award winning Brasserie Restaurant in the Langstone Hotel.

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

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