Felton House where Portsmouth Football club was formed in 1898

16 May, 2023

Located in the heart of historic Old Portsmouth, Felton House is named after John Felton who infamously assassinated the Duke of Buckingham in the house next door in 1628. Find out more at www.portsmouthcathedral.org.uk. Felton House was once used as offices for a firm of solicitors who used the first floor front room as a board room and this was meeting place for the foundation of Portsmouth Football Club in 1898. Find out more at www.portsmouthfc.co.uk. A blue plaque on the front of the building commemorates this.

This 5 bedroom house has a floor area of 308 square metres with spacious rooms throughout.  In recent years, the fabric of the building has had significant work done including a new roof with all new lead flashings and gullies, new dormer windows to the top floor and all new replacement cast iron gutters and downpipes. The current owner has just completed an extensive sympathetic restoration of the building with many period features retained and complimented by a mix of contemporary and traditional finishes to now provide a stylish home to be envious of. This property is on the market at an asking price of £1m and you can see the Felton House property details here or contact our Southsea office on 023 9273 5558 to find out more. 

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