- Charming older style property
- Kitchen & separate utility room
- Sitting room
- Dining/family room
- Two double bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- 86' (26.2m) rear garden
- Popular village location
- Viewing advised
- NO FORWARD CHAIN
A tastefully presented and immensely charming older style end of terrace house situated in an extremely convenient location within this popular West Sussex village.
The front door opens into the entrance hall with doorway opening into the front aspect sitting room with its feature open fireplace and oak solid oak surround. The full width dining/family room provides ample space for a formal dining table, further living space and feature fireplace fitted with a log burning stove. A glazed panel door leads into the kitchen which is fitted with a great range of units with cream door and drawer fronts, a range of appliances, solid oak work surfaces and door to the separate lean-to utility room where there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
The first floor landing with drop down ladder to the insulated loft space, provides access to the two good sized double bedrooms, both benefitting from built-in wardrobes and feature fireplaces. Also found on the first floor is the generous family bathroom fitted with a white suite featuring an independent shower over the bath, exposed pine floorboards and garden aspect window.
The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with planted borders featuring a variety of plants and flowering shrubs. A pathway leads to the end of the garden where there is a raised decked seating area which enjoys delightful rural views of the adjoining stream and the fields beyond. Further features include an outside store with power connected, an additional side garden area with two wooden garden stores and a side access pathway (neighbouring properties have a right of way over this). The garden measures approximately 86' (26.2m).
Local amenities are within easy reach of the property and include good local shops, church, cafe, pubs and doctors surgery. The harbourside town centre of Emsworth lies to the south with its excellent variety of local shops, pubs, restaurants and two sailing clubs. Emsworth sits at the top of Chichester harbour and there are several walks nearby including routes to Langstone and the coastal footpath around Thorney Island, part of which is an RSPB nature reserve. The cathedral city of Chichester is situated approximately 8 miles to the east and offers excellent high street shopping and leisure facilities to suit all.