2 Bed Flat  To Let  South Western House  Southampton  Hampshire  SO14 
£1,275 pcm
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Would you like to live in a property steeped in character?

Leaders Ocean Village are please to offer this Sixth Floor 2 Bedroom luxury Apartment in the historic South Western House. In the late 1800's South Western House was a hotel where passengers stayed before they embarked on their travels from the cruise liners, the main staircase was the prototype for the grand staircase on the Titanic.

Located close to Ocean Village, the city center and the restaurants and bars in Oxford Street. The spacious accommodation on offer comprises: Entrance Hall, open plan living with Lounge/ Dining Room and fully fitted kitchen, master bedroom with en-suite, second double bedroom and family bathroom. Further benefits include secure entry system, Concierge services, and secure parking. The apartment offers views across the city and towards the River Itchen and is presented to a high standard. Furnished. Viewing Highly Recommended. Available NOW. Available for professionals or corporate only.

Rent excludes the Tenancy Deposit and any other charges or fees - please contact us for further information or visit our website.

Bedroom 1
Stunning Master double bedroom with en-suite shower room
Reception 1
A very grand spacious and light lounge with feature high ceilings and sash windows offering views of Southampton Water
Bedroom 2
Second double bedroom with feature sash windowns
Family bathroom with shower attachment over bath
Large modern fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and dining area
En-suite shower room to master bedroom comprising 3 piece suite; shower cubicle, WC and basin
Property History
The building is Grade II listed

The building began life as the South Western Hotel, designed by John Norton, opening its doors in 1872. The hotel served many passengers using the London & South Western Railway. The design was heavily influenced by the French Renaissance, and laid on with a heavy hand. The windows are elaborately framed and many of then fronted with little balconies with twirly ironwork. The roofs have slated double pitches, mansard fashion with attic dormer windows.

Its grandeur reflected the wealth of the shipping industry at that time. The public areas are particularly beautiful, with a great deal of marble and elaborate ironwork on the passenger lift shafts and the staircases. In fact the main staircase was the prototype for the grand staircase on the Titanic. The building still shows evidence of the grandeur of days gone by.

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