A rarely available four bedroom detached family home, located in a highly sought after residential street in Warblington, adjacent to the tennis club, 2 Woodpecker Close offers the opportunity for the next owner to create the home of their dreams. Coming to the open market for the first time in many years and now requiring some cosmetic updating, the accommodation briefly comprises, the generous entrance hallway, with cloakroom, a large lounge with a delightful bay window, separate dining room, fitted kitchen, four bedrooms, three of which are excellent doubles, together with the family bathroom and a separate first floor W/C. In addition, there is a very large roof terrace, with views to the south over the courts of the local tennis club. Outside, there is a good size garden to the rear, together with a delightful front garden, driveway parking and an attached double garage. Offered for sale with no onward chain an early viewing of this delightful family home is highly advised. EPC-D
Woodpecker Close is situated on the eastern edge of Havant in the sought after residential area of Warblington. Warblington School can be found at the end of the road with Warblington train station, on the London Victoria line, just a short walk to the north and The Avenue Tennis Club. Havant town centre is around a 1 mile walk from the house and caters for all day-to-day shopping requirements, with shops including Waitrose and a mainline railway station with access to London Waterloo to the north and Brighton and Southampton to the east and west. The property also
has good road access via the A27 to Chichester, Southampton via the M27 and London via the A3M. Warblington is also enviably located for leisurely pursuits; to the south Chichester Harbour AONB and the Solent can be found nearby whilst to the north the Southdowns National Park, Stansted Park and Staunton Country Park are all to be found within a few miles of the house
Desirable Warblington Location.
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.