Valley Road, Hounsdown

Under Offer £334,950

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A perfect end-terrace family home, within a short walk of Hounsdown secondary school, recently rated again as Outstanding. Features include three good bedrooms, a double-glazed and heated Conservatory, a perfect homework Study, a good-size private, enclosed garden and driveway for two cars.

The property is very well presented throughout and has clearly been very well looked-after by the current owners.

Tenure: Freehold.

EPC rating: Formerly a 'D'. Currently being reassessed.

Council Tax: Band 'B'. New Forest District Council (Totton & Eling Area) £1,663.58 for year 2023 / 2024.

Locality: Totton:
Some 3 miles West of Southampton, what used to be the largest village in England has grown to a population of nearly 30,000. However Totton and Eling is still considered a friendly place to live, with excellent shopping and leisure facilities, good schooling, from Infant to Secondary, and within a short drive of Lepe Country Park and a pebble beach at Calshot. Totton is served by the M27 (junctions 2 and 3) and a mainline Railway Station.

Directions: Starting from our offices in Totton, SO40 3SG. Total : 1.9 miles (7mins)

1. Drive northwest. (0.08 miles)
2. Turn right onto Salisbury Road/A36. (0.1 miles)
3. Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Ringwood Road/A336. (0.1 miles)
4. Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Maynard Road. (0.2 miles)
5. Bear right onto Junction Road. (0.1 miles)
6. Turn left onto High Street/B3076. (0.01 miles)
7. Turn right onto Eling Lane. (0.1 miles)
8. Turn right onto Rose Road. (0.1 miles)
9. Turn right onto Bartram Road. (0.04 miles)
10. Turn left onto Totton Bypass/A35. (0.2 miles)
11. Enter Rushington Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Spicer's Hill/A35. (0.2 miles)
12. Keep left to take Spicer's Hill. (0.08 miles)
13. Turn left onto Hounsdown Avenue. (0.1 miles)
14. Turn right onto Valley Road. (0.1 miles)
15. Your destination is on the right. (0.00 miles)

Hours of business: We're open for business Monday and Friday 09.15am - 5.00pm, Tuesday and Thursday 09.15am - 4.00pm, Wednesday 9.15am - 6.30pm, Saturday, our office is open 10.15am - 1.00pm and 2.00pm - 5.00pm for viewings only. Sunday, Closed.

Agents notes: Under the Estate Agents Act 1979, the seller is an employee of Parkers Lettings Ltd.

When is stamp duty paid?
When buying a property over a certain price, stamp duty is payable to the HMRC 14 days from the date of completion or you may risk a fine. Your solicitor or legal adviser should take care of this for you and ensure you don't miss the deadline. Some buyers prefer to add on the stamp duty tax amount to their mortgage loan. Please speak to your mortgage provider.

Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a progressive tax paid when purchasing a freehold, leasehold or shared ownership residential property over £250,000 in England and Northern Ireland (separate taxes apply in Wales and Scotland).

Different SDLT rates and thresholds apply to non-residential property or mixed use land. The rates, which are payable only on the PORTION of a property price that falls within each band, were updated in the mini-Budget on 23 September 2022 and are set out below.

How much stamp duty will I have to pay when buying a residential property?

Brackets Rate
Up to £250,000 0%
The next £675,000 (the portion from £250,001 to £925,000) 5%
The next £575,000 (the portion from £925,001 to £1.5 million 10%
The remaining amount (the portion above £1.5 million) 12%

How to calculate the new stamp duty rate
Property purchase price: £850,000.
There is no stamp duty Tax applied to the first £250,000
5% above £250,000
That equates to an overall rate of 3.5% of the sale price, or £30,000.
The rates are different for first-time buyers
First-time buyers will not pay any stamp duty on the first £425,000 (up from £300,000 following the mini-Budget) and the value of any property on which they can claim this relief has risen to £625,000 from £500,000.

Buy-to-let and second homes stamp duty
From April 2016, buy-to-let and second home buyers in England and Wales will have to pay an additional 3% on each stamp duty band. To discuss which London or UK areas will provide the highest returns on investments, please speak to one of our London or regional property experts who can offer advice on where and when to invest.

A bit about us: Here at Parkers, we know that you have many options to consider when it comes to choosing an agent, but we like to think that we offer you more than your standard agent. We’re local specialists so when you want lettings, sales and property management services in Totton, Romsey and Southampton, we are second to none. We take immense pride in supporting the local community and playing our part in helping people take the next step in the market. Whether you need advice on where and when to buy-to-let, where to rent or you require assistance in reaching out to prospective buyers and tenants, we can help you. We place a strong emphasis on customer relationships, and we take the time to find out what you want to achieve.

If you're looking to sell your rented property, we're uniquely placed to help with our many hundreds of local landlords. By selling to another investor, it is often possible to keep your tenant in place, ensuring you receive rental income up to the very last day of your ownership, with the buyer receiving a return on their investment from the very next day. Our marketing comprises the best mix of technology, with video tours, floorplans and internet advertising, together with a nod to our heritage with good old fashioned estate agency practices.

Entrance Hall : 8.23' x 5.94' (2.51m x 1.81m)
Welcoming hallway with ceramic tiled floor. Stairs to the first floor landing, and through to Kitchen, Study and:

Living Room : 18.77' x 9.97' (5.72m x 3.04m)
Spacious Dual-aspect living room with attractive feature fireplace. Door to:

Conservatory : 9.81' x 9.51' (2.99m x 2.90m)
UPVC double-glazed elevations. Radiator. Door to garden.

Kitchen : 9.88' x 12.47' (3.01m x 3.80m)
Modern fitted kitchen, with a good range of cream-faced storage units and ample wood-effect work-surface space. 4-ring gas hob, single electric oven and stainless-steel extractor to remain. Space and plumbing for the washing machine. Recess for a fridge/freezer. Door to:

Utility Area : 5.74' x 5.94' (1.75m x 1.81m)
Useful rear Utility Area with plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a tumble dryer. Door out to the garden.

Bedroom 1 : 13.12' x 9.42' (4m x 2.87m)
Comfortable front-facing double bedroom. Built-in cupboard.

Bedroom 2 : 9.84' x 10.04' (3m x 3.06m)
Good-size second bedroom. Built-in cupboard.

Bedroom 3 : 8.66' x 7.05' (2.64m x 2.15m)
Good-size third bedroom.

Bathroom : 5.38' x 5.91' (1.64m x 1.80m)
Modern white suite with shower over the bath. Tiling to the principal areas.

Separate WC
White WC.

The rear garden is of a good size and extremely private, especially to the fore. Comprising a gravelled area and sunny patio. Enclosed by fencing, with bamboo providing additional privacy to the rear.

The side garden is the perfect area for the kids to let of some steam! Enclosed and of a good size, with timber sheds to remain.

The front garden is low-maintenance, laid mainly to plum slate, with a small area of artificial lawn, side gate and path to the front door.

Driveway for 2 cars, with partially-complete wooden carport structure over.
  • Lovely family house
  • 3 good Bedrooms
  • Heated Conservatory
  • Study
  • Driveway for 2 cars
  • Good-size enclosed garden
  • Private & sunny garden
  • UPVC double glazing
  • Gas Central Heating
  • PROPERTY REF: 2302
Floorplan for Valley Road, Hounsdown
EPC Graph for Valley Road, Hounsdown

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