Stanford Estate Agents are pleased to present this rare, three bedroom, mid-terraced family home in the ever popular location of Albert Road, Eastleigh. Offering close proximity to the town centre, good sized rooms throughout and no forward chain.
Internally the property boasts a 13ft lounge opening into a 12ft dining room, door leading onto the patio area and door through into the kitchen which has space for a fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The downstairs bathroom is located at the rear of this property and is a three piece suite with double aspect double glazed obscure windows. Upstairs the property boasts three double bedrooms of which the smallest is 10ft.
Externally, the property boasts a reasonably good sized garden with a patio seating area just outside the back door, lawn in the centre and hardstanding to the rear, the garden is enclosed by wood panelled fencing and a brick wall.
Local Council: Eastleigh Borough Council
Council Tax Band: C
Local Primary School: Shakespeare Infant & Junior School
Local Secondary School: Crestwood Community School
Sellers Position: No Forward Chain
Eastleigh is a thriving town in Hampshire, located between Southampton & Winchester. The town lies on the river Itchen, originally a village until the early 19th century when it was developed into a railway town. Those railway town roots are still firmly imprinted with two mainline train stations providing trains to Winchester in approx 20 minutes and London Waterloo in an just over an hour. Those looking for commuter links other than rail are truly spoilt too with junctions to the M27 & M3 motorways, with Southampton Airport minutes away for some domestic and European trips. The town itself offers an array of amenities including supermarkets as well as several boutiques and independent shops. Residential homes come in all shapes, sizes and age from 1800’s thatched cottages to 1900’s Victorian terraces to modern, well thought out developments, there is a home in Eastleigh for everyone. Places Leisure and Lakeside Country Park are favoured by locals for their green open spaces and walks with the latter having a small passenger steam train paying further homage to the roots of the town.