- Extended period home - 1228 sq ft
- Three bedrooms
- Bathroom & ensuite shower room
- Two reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility & WC
- Garage & parking to the rear
- Landscaped rear garden
- Tastefully presented throughout
- Close to Emsworth town centre
- Viewing advised
Set in this convenient location within easy reach of the train station, town centre and Mill Pond, is this three bedroom period home which has been significantly improved by the current owner whilst maintaining the charming characteristics of a home of this era.
This well presented home is perfect for a growing family or those seeking a central location, offering 1228 sq ft of accommodation with the added benefit of a garage and off-road parking to the rear of the property.
A double glazed entrance lobby with recessed area for shoes and coats leads into the spacious front aspect sitting room that has a Gazco gas stove with solid wooden mantle over.
The second reception area is currently used as a dining room and has a useful study area beneath the stairs. There is an ornate gas fire with decorative cast iron surround, and an opening into the well planned kitchen breakfast room. This provides space for a breakfast table and features a good range of maple effect wall and base units, with built-in appliances including a dishwasher, oven, gas hob and extractor. A rear utility room with cloakroom completes the ground floor layout.
Upstairs the spacious landing area is perfectly suited to be used as a study space, and provides access to two bedrooms, with the family bathroom having ‘Jack and Jill’ style access from the front aspect double room. A second staircase leads up to an additional double bedroom that has its own ensuite shower room.
A low level wall forms the front boundary with gates opening onto the front door and the side access pathway. The property benefits from a garage and off-road parking to the rear of the house that can be accessed via Washington Road.
The landscaped rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with mature borders which incorporate a number of fruit trees including apple, plum and pear varieties. A stepping stone pathway leads from the patio down to an additional seating area which adjoins the lean-to summer house/garden store. There is access to the garage and a gate opening out to the rear service road. The side access pathway also provides a right-of-way for two neighbours.
The picturesque harbourside town centre of Emsworth is within 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. This conveniently situated home is also ideally placed for transport links with both the railway station and main bus route nearby. 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.