Built in the 1960s and on the market for the first time since the 1970s. Yes, this five bedroom Longfield house in Hill Head, Fareham, Hampshire has definite retro appeal.
A custom build back in 1965 and named after the 'long field' of daffodils it replaced, the design takes advantage of the distant sea views across the fields and uses a lot of glazing for plenty of natural light. It's also adjacent to a nature study area too, which has to be a bonus.
In a quiet cul-de-sac, it opens with an entrance porch and entrance hall, which in turn leads to a sitting room with open fireplace, a dining room with French windows to the garden, a breakfast room/kitchen, cloakroom, utility area and a second study or family room.
Head upstairs and the first floor landing leads to the master bedroom with fitted floor to ceiling, wall to wall wardrobes, sliding double glazed patio doors to a balcony with glazed balustrade and an en-suite bathroom. There’s also four additional bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there’s a new drive with plenty of parking space, along with a double garage and workshop and plenty of garden, both lawn and plants.
£550,000 is the asking price for this place. More images on the listing.