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Quayside Walk, Marchwood

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Key Features

  • Property Ref: 10897
  • Property Type: Town House
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Water View Gated Development
  • Three Storey Town House
  • Integral Garage and Driveway
  • Two / Three Double Bedrooms
  • Refitted Modern Kitchen
  • White Suite Bath and Shower Rooms
  • Southampton Water View Balcony
  • Double Glazed Sash Windows
  • Lounge plus Dining Room
  • Well Presented Throughout

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HISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT The site was originally considered ideal for the creation of a magazine depot ("being cheap and at a considerable distance from any respectable house") so three magazines, together with ancillary buildings and the perimeter wall, were built between 1814 and 1816. It was extended by the Royal Engineers in 1856 to accommodate nearly 50 thousand barrels of gunpowder for the Royal Navy and was supplied by sea being close to the Royal Navy dockyard at Portsmouth and on the opposite side of Southampton Water and its historic port.
The facility was used to capacity during the Napoleonic and Crimean Wars and in both the Great War and the Second World War. "The Armoury" is one of the three original magazines to survive. (the other early magazines were destroyed in June 1940 by German bombers). The Admiralties use of the facility declined steeply after 1945 and the depot finally closed on 12th November 1961.
The site was designated a conservation area in 1997 to provide protection to the walls marking the extent of the demolished magazines, the sea wall, perimeter wall and the walls to the former canal of 1814-15 and are now listed at grade 2
There is a promenade to Southampton Water - an important open space with stunning views of the cruise ships and docks and backed by the continuous frontage wall bounding the magazine compounds. The sea wall, part original, part rebuilt - is a key landscape feature and a charming approach to the site is along Magazine Lane which still retains the character of a narrow country lane with the original accommodation buildings on one side and the creek on the other.


GATED DEVELOPMENT Remote controlled gated entrance for car and pedestrians. There are also push button locked gates providing access for residents in to the garden walk way areas and through to the promenade which also leads down to the beach.

GARAGE AND DRIVEWAY 18' 0" x 8' 7" (5.49m x 2.62m) Block paved driveway leading to the garage. Remote controlled electric up and over door. Power and lighting. Door to reception hallway.

RECEPTION HALLWAY 18' 8" x 6' 5" (5.69m x 1.96m) Double glazed composite front door. Stairs to upper floors. Doors to garage, shower room, utility room and the rear flexible use room leading to the garden. Radiator and wood design flooring. Alarm control panel.

SHOWER ROOM Three piece white suite comprising a tiled shower enclosure with electric shower, wash hand basin and wc. Extractor fan.

UTILITY ROOM 8' 6" x 4' 8" (2.59m x 1.42m) Fitted work top with single drainer sink unit with chrome mixer tap and spaces for washing machine and tumble dryer. Extractor fan radiator and wood design flooring.

HOME OFFICE/GARDEN ROOM/BEDROOM 15' 7" x 9' 7" (4.75m x 2.92m) Double glazed sash window and matching door to the courtyard garden. Flexible use room ideal as a home office, garden room or occasional use double bedroom. There are two fitted storage cupboards with sliding doors. Wood design flooring and radiator.

COURTYARD GARDEN Pretty and private aspect courtyard garden which is paved for low maintenance with mature well stocked flower and shrub borders. There is an outside tap and lighting.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Stairs to all floors. Glass panelled doors to lounge, dining room and kitchen.

WATER VIEW LOUNGE 15' 7" x 12' 8" (4.75m x 3.86m) Two replacement uPVC double glazed doors lead on to the balcony. Opening to the dining room area.

WATER VIEW BALCONY Relax and enjoy the views of the ships and pleasure craft on Southampton Water. Toughened glass screening.

DINING ROOM AREA 10' 0" x 8' 8" (3.05m x 2.64m) Radiator. Glass panel doors to reception hallway and to the kitchen.

KITCHEN 15' 6" x 7' 7" (4.72m x 2.31m) Two front aspect replacement uPVC double glazed sash windows. An attractive fitted kitchen comprising of range of wall and base level soft closing cupboard and drawer units with quartz design work tops and bespoke splash backs. Central island comprises the inset stainless steel single drainer bowl and a half sink unit with fitted waste disposal unit, dishwasher, freezer and pull out bin unit. Other integrated Zanussi appliances include a induction hob with cooker hood over and under counter fan assisted double oven, wine cooler and 70/30 fridge freezer. Under unit lighting. Pull out larder unit. Wood design vinyl flooring and recessed down lights.

TOP FLOOR LANDING Doors to both en-suite bedrooms and airing cupboard. Access to loft space.

MASTER BEDROOM 13' 7" x 13' 0" (4.14m x 3.96m) Two replacement uPVC double glazed windows enjoying the water views. Radiator. Built in three door wardrobe. Door to en-suite.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM Three piece white suite comprising a panel enclosed bath with chrome mixer tap and shower fittings, push button flush wc and wash hand basin. Tiled walls and flooring. Recessed down lights and extractor fan. Heated towel rail.

GUEST DOUBLE BEDROOM Two replacement uPVC double glazed windows enjoying courtyard views. Radiator. Built in three door wardrobe. Door to en-suite.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM Three piece white suite comprising a panel enclosed bath with chrome mixer tap and shower fittings, push button flush wc and wash hand basin. Tiled walls and flooring. Recessed down lights and extractor fan. Heated towel rail.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The New Forest District Council Tax Band is F and the current charge is £2,689 PA. The Hawkins Court Management Service charge is circa £800 PA. This covers the maintenance of the communal areas and the gated security systems.

 

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