- Extended older style home
- Sitting room with log burning stove
- Four bedrooms, family bathroom & shower room
- Entrance hall, cloakroom & utility
- Family room with open fireplace
- Open-plan kitchen/dining room
- 95' (29m) approx. west facing rear garden
- Off-road parking for two cars
- Close to station & bus routes
- Beautifully presented throughout
A simply stunning older style family home offering a spacious and versatile layout situated in this convenient village location between Chichester and Emsworth.
Believed to have been built in approximately 1920, this cleverly extended home enjoys a pleasant east-west aspect and has been greatly improved by the current owners with a particular feature being the stunning kitchen/dining room extension that provides a generous open-plan family orientated space and overlooks the 95' (29m) west facing rear garden.
A pathway leads up to the canopy covered entrance with decoratively glazed front door opening into the entrance hall with cloakroom and open space beneath the staircase. Pine floorboards continue into the attractively decorated sitting room with its feature log burning stove and large front aspect window with plantation style shutters. A central family room with open fireplace provides an additional living space and is open-plan to the wonderful full width kitchen/dining room extension that enjoys a pleasant outlook over the garden. It is fitted with a range of bespoke units with oak work surfaces and butler style sink, with space for a range cooker and fridge/freezer. French doors open out to the garden and there is space for a large family sized table. A separate utility room with side door, further range of fitted units, space for washing machine, dryer and dishwasher, and a wall mounted Baxi boiler completes the ground floor layout.
Upstairs the first floor landing allows space for a study area and provides access to two double bedrooms and the family bathroom that features a roll top and clawfoot bath. A second staircase leads up to two further bedrooms and a shower room.
At the front of the house there is off-road parking space for two cars, a planted border and side access pathway.
The west facing rear garden offers a fantastic degree of privacy and is mostly laid to lawn, enclosed by panel fencing. There is a good sized paved patio at the rear of the house with a side access gate. Borders feature a variety of plants and shrubs and a stepping stone pathway leads down to a hard standing suitable for a large garden store/workshop.
The property is situated in a popular semi-rural location between Emsworth and Chichester. Hambrook itself has a local village store/Post Office and the Nutbourne railway halt with links to Chichester and Portsmouth. The cathedral city of Chichester is situated approximately 6 miles to the east and offers excellent high street shopping and leisure facilities to suit all. Emsworth lies 3 miles to the west and has a good range of local shops as well as its quay, fronting the head of Chichester Harbour where many harbourside walks can be enjoyed.