St Vincent Lodge

$2,664,968
6
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
6800
ft2

Description

One of the best and most original Thomas Ellis Owen residences in Central Southsea built in 1843. It is close to the University, good schooling, leisure, cultural and recreational facilities.  An opportunity to acquire nearly 7000 sq.ft of primary and secondary accommodation.  The property is in excellent order. It benefits from a large mature garden and extensive parking. It is in cl...

One of the best and most original Thomas Ellis Owen residences in Central Southsea built in 1843. It is close to the University, good schooling, leisure, cultural and recreational facilities.  An opportunity to acquire nearly 7000 sq.ft of primary and secondary accommodation.  The property is in excellent order. It benefits from a large mature garden and extensive parking. It is in close proximity to mainline rail stations.

Southsea is a delightful and mature seaside resort, located to the south of Portsmouth city centre and to the east of Old Portsmouth. It developed as a fashionable Victorian seaside resort in the 19th century subsequently growing into a residential suburb and large, distinct commercial and entertainment area, separate from the centre of Portsmouth. 

The areas surrounding Albert Road, Palmerston Road, and Osborne Road contain several bars, restaurants and independent shops. Palmerston Road is the main High Street of Southsea and contains a national department store, as well as the local library. Albert Road is a distinct street containing shopping and cultural venues, which includes the Kings Theatre, a regional theatre built in 1907.

Southsea beach is mostly shingle, but with sand exposed at low tide. There are two piers, South Parade Pier and Clarence Pier.

Millennium Promenade was created extending to Gunwharf Quays from Southsea seafront. The walkway is marked on the pavement and is lined by distinctive blue street lanterns.

English Heritage blue plaques commemorate notable figures in Southsea including Rudyard Kipling, Thomas Ellis Owen, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Arthur Conan-Doyle and Peter Sellers.

Southsea is served by stations at Fratton and Portsmouth and Southsea station and on to Portsmouth Harbour, with regular trains to London Waterloo. 

Wightlink operates a car ferry to Fishbourne on the Isle of Wight and Hovertravel operates a regular hovercraft service to Ryde from Southsea seafront. There is a Hayling Island Ferry service linking Eastney and Ferry Point, on Hayling Island.

The area boasts some fine educational facilities including

University of Portsmouth

Portsmouth Grammar School

Portsmouth High School

Mayville High School

St John's College

Charter Academy

Priory School

Trafalgar School

Mary Rose Academy

Amenities

Lot

Seafront

Indoor

Library

Building Info

Property type
House

Location

Kent Road, Southsea, ENG, Southsea, England, United Kingdom

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2015
Address
38 High Street, Cobham, United Kingdom
Listing Reference
6478XS
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