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  • Bedrooms: 2
This spacious second floor apartment could appeal to upsizing or downsizing purchasers as well as investors being perfectly positioned for access to The University and The General hospital that is also within easy reach.

Owner's Comments

"The flat ticked all the boxes when I first viewed it. Big rooms, wide windows, lots of light, original parquet flooring and a garage was a bonus"

"We like the location as The Common is within walking distance and we often visit The Cowherds pub. A variety of local shops including a Sainsbury convenience store are within walking distance. The bus stops right outside on The Avenue and serves all parts of the city"


The far reaching views at the rear offer a panoramic vista over the surrounding neighbourhood to the distant horizon. The property is tastefully decorated in neutral pastel shades and the wide windows ensure an excellent degree of natural light. Impressive hardwood parquet block flooring has been restored and there is the added benefit of a single garage and residents parking.


On the ground floor the communal hallway leads to a door which opens to the front grounds and stairs ascend to all floors. The second floor landing has a door opening to the private entrance hall boasting parquet block flooring that flows seamlessly through to the lounge/diner and bedrooms creating a favourable impression when entering the property. A useful store cupboard is provided together with a double airing cupboard that houses the hot water cylinder. The large lounge/dining room features a wide westerly facing window that enjoys an excellent degree of natural light. The room can comfortably accommodate sofas and a table and chairs. The tastefully appointed kitchen/breakfast room has a tiled floor and comprises a range of wall and base units that have complementary work surfaces that incorporate a single bowl sink unit with a mixer tap. A breakfast bar provides the opportunity for informal dining and fitted appliances include an oven/grill with a four ring hob and an extractor hood over with a mosaic tiled back, a fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier. The rear facing window offers far reaching views. The master bedroom is of generous proportions and larger than average boasting two fitted double wardrobes with sliding doors. A wide westerly facing window ensures superb natural light and there is ample space for bedroom furniture and more such as a desk for a home office/study area. Bedroom two is a double room with a fitted double wardrobe and a wide window benefitting from far reaching views. Displaying a three piece white suite the bathroom is well appointed and has fully tiled walls and a tiled floor. A glass screen is fitted and a rainfall shower unit is positioned over the bath. A heated towel rail and frosted window complete the specification.


At the front the communal grounds are laid to lawn with shrubs and trees together with a pedestrian gate allowing access to The Avenue (ideal for the bus stop). Approached via Bassett Crescent East the communal driveway is found at the rear of the building and leads to unreserved residents parking and the single garage that is positioned on the rear boundary. Communal bins and an outside tap are provided.


Bassett is a popular residential suburb forming a large part of north Southampton and offering potential homeowners' diversity of property as well as being a pleasant environment to live in. Excellent recreational facilities are provided by the common, sports centre and the city golf course that boast a thousand acres of green open space whilst Stoneham golf and Chilworth golf club offer further facilities for the serious enthusiast. Bassett is superbly connected with access to the M3 & M27 motorways that allow access to regional towns and cities whilst The Parkway railway station is located opposite the international airport that has a fast route to London Waterloo. The University campus is found nearby in Highfield whilst The General Hospital is less than two miles distant. A wide variety of popular schools from nursery age upwards are found within the vicinity both in the public and private sector.

Agent Note

The tenure is leasehold with the remainder of a 999 year lease from circa 1965. Maintenance costs are circa £295 per quarter, ground rent £10 pa and buildings insurance £190 pa.


Proceed in a northerly direction along The Avenue and at the crossroads with Burgess Road head straight on and filter over into the right hand lane. Take the second turning right into Bassett Crescent East, park on the left and proceed on foot to the property (post code for Sat Nav purposes is SO16 7DR).

Arrange viewing 01794 278128

Charles Powell

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