- Charming end of terrace family home
- Three bedrooms
- Sitting room with open fireplace
- Family room with log burning stove
- Kitchen/dining room & utility area
- Family bathroom & ground floor cloakroom
- South facing rear garden
- Off-road parking & garage
- Loft conversion potential
- Close to the town centre, marina and harbour
Treagust & Co are pleased to present this spacious older style end of terrace home occupying a favourable location just to the south of the A259, perfectly positioned within easy reach of the town centre and harbour foreshore.
Believed to have been built in approximately 1918, this appealing home offers a generous family orientated layout with the additional benefits of a south facing garden, off-road parking and a detached garage.
A meandering gravel pathway leads across the generous garden up to the front door with outside light, which opens into the entrance hall with staircase leading to the first floor having a storage cupboard and open space beneath. With its front aspect bay window, the great sized sitting room features an open fireplace and has varnished pine floorboards (currently used as a fourth bedroom). The full width family room with log burning stove provides a further living and play space, and enjoys open-plan access to the kitchen with dining area. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with a breakfast bar, and has a utility area and a rear lobby area with adjoining cloakroom.
On the first floor the landing has a hatch to the large loft space (potential for loft conversion - subject to the usual planning and consents), and provides access to three good sized bedrooms, two doubles with built-in wardrobes. The neatly appointed family bathroom features a modern white suite with independent Mira shower over the bath and a good sized storage cupboard beneath the sink.
A brick wall forms the front boundary with gate opening into the front garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with a pathway leading to the front door.
The south facing rear garden is mostly laid to lawn and enclosed by mature privet hedging. There is a paved patio across the back of the house with matching pathway leading down to a rear gate opening onto a storage area, off-road parking space for up to 3 cars, and a detached brick-built garage with up and over door, power/lighting connected, and overhead storage space. Further features include an outside water tap, lighting and side access pathway.
The picturesque harbourside town centre of Emsworth is within easy walking distance of the property 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.