- Extended character home – 1681 sq.ft.
- Stunning open-plan kitchen/living space
- Two additional reception rooms
- Three good sized bedrooms
- Utility room & rear lobby
- Modern family bathroom
- Entrance hall with cloakroom
- Large versatile garden studio – 516 sq. ft.
- Convenient location for families
- 160’ (49m) rear garden (approx. 0.25 acre plot)
- Walking distance to primary & secondary schools
- Southbourne station close by
- Viewing advised
- Generous driveway with parking space for several cars
Treagust & Co is delighted to present this extended detached character home set in a generous 0.25 acre plot.
Occupying a perfect location for families seeking a long-term home, this superb house offers numerous appealing features, with a notable asset being the outstanding open-plan kitchen/living space with its vaulted ceiling and direct access to the 160’ (49m) garden.
The veranda entrance with quarry tiled floor has a double glazed front door opening into the entrance hall. This has the original staircase with cloakroom beneath, and oak flooring which continues into the front aspect sitting room with bay window and traditional picture rail surround. There is a second reception room that has a west facing bay window, currently used as a study/family room. The captivating open-plan kitchen/living space has underfloor heating, and provides ample space to relax dine and entertain, with a useful rear lobby area, and an adjoining utility room. The kitchen area has a good range of cabinets with a central island unit.
Upstairs the first floor landing has a hatch to the loft space, and doors leading to the three good-sized bedrooms (all with built-in wardrobes), and the modernised family bathroom that features stylish tiling to the walls, and a modern white suite with independent shower and glass screen over the bath.
At the front of the property there is an extensive block paved driveway that incorporates a turning area, with twin wooden gates opening through to the rear garden.
The family sized rear garden is attractively landscaped with numerous areas of interest including a paved terrace across the back of the house, raised decked seating, and central willow tree with treehouse/climbing frame. A unique feature of this superb home is the large garden studio building set at the rear of the plot that could be adapted to suit many different uses. This has water and power connected.
The village of Southbourne is approximately six miles to the east of the Cathedral city of Chichester with its famous Festival Theatre and nearby Goodwood estate. A good range of local amenities are in Southbourne, including convenience stores, churches, doctors' surgery, and a gym and sports hall. The village has primary and secondary schools, good bus links between Brighton and Portsmouth, and a railway station with links to the south coast, London, and further afield. The South Downs National Park is just a short drive away and the head of Chichester Harbour is nearby in the hamlet of Prinsted and in neighbouring Emsworth with its specialist shops, restaurants and picturesque quay.