- Two bedroom end of terrace home in requested location
- Westerly aspect garden
- Ideal starter home or investment
- Scope to incorporate your own design
- Off road parking
- EPC energy rating C (70)
Ground Floor Room Dimensions
|Kitchen Area||10'11 x 5'10 (3.33m x 1.78m)|
|Lounge||14'7 x 11'10 (4.45m x 3.61m)|
|Conservatory||12'6 x 9'0 (3.81m x 2.75m)|
|Off Road Parking|
First Floor Room Dimensions
|Bedroom 1||11'10 x 8'11 (3.61m x 2.72m)|
|Bedroom 2||9'1 x 8'8 (2.77m x 2.64m)|
Map & area
Please note, the map markers may only show the centre of a postcode and not the actual address.
- Bedhampton 2.2 miles
- Rowlands Castle 2.3 miles
- Havant 2.6 miles
- A3(M) Junction 3: 0.7 miles
- A3(M) Junction 2: 1.5 miles
- A3(M) Junction 4: 1.5 miles
Our local guide for Waterlooville
The Cubitt & West estate agents in Waterlooville can be found on the London Road near the junction with the A3.
Waterlooville was allegedly named after a pub in the centre of the village. In 1815 soldiers who had just disembarked at Portsmouth returning from the battle of Waterloo decided to stop there and celebrate their victory. The public house was renamed in their honour and the area around the pub became known as Waterlooville. It has a number properties in the popular areas of Denmead, Horndean and Catherington. The most sought after areas are The Dale, The Brow, Billett Avenue, Highfield Avenue and Keydell Avenue.
Our marketing approach in Waterlooville is unrivalled as we endeavour to showcase your home to a many buyers as possible. We will make your home stand out from the others. We have invested heavily in professional photography and fabulous brochures to make the best possible first impression with your property and maximise its appeal to potential buyers.
Buyers are attracted to the area thanks to its great transportation system. Waterlooville has motorway links to both Portsmouth and Southsea. The A3 and A3(M) will take you direct to London. Havant is just three miles away with a direct train line to London for City travellers. The fast trains take around an hour and a half.
There's more to learn about life in our area with our Guide to Living in Waterlooville.