- Three bedrooms
- Convenient cul de sac location
- Close to Emsworth Town centre
- Good size rear garden
- Lounge opening onto dining area
- Bathroom & cloakroom
- Gas heating system (radiators)
- Double glazing to most windows
Treagust & Co are pleased to offer for sale this three bedroom terrace home in a sought after cul de sac location close to Emsworth Town centre and Mill Pond.
A canopied entrance with front door having double glazed segments and side panels opens into the entrance hallway, with staircase to the first floor and small paned glazed door onto the sitting room with stripped wooden flooring, a double glazed bay window and exposed brick fireplace with tiled mantle, opening onto the dining area with double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of white gloss units having roll top working surfaces, tiled surrounds and single drainer sink unit, built in oven and hob, planned appliance space and a useful under stairs storage cupboard.
A door opens onto the outer lobby/utility area with window and door onto the rear garden, a door leads to the cloakroom with wc and wash basin.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two of which are doubles with a third smaller bedroom.
The family bathroom has a classic white suite comprising paneled bath with shower above, w.c. and wash basin with tiled surrounds and floor.
The front garden is laid to lawn with a pathway approach and the good size rear garden is enclosed by timber fencing, also laid to lawn with a patio area and rear pedestrian gate. Just around the corner is a single size garage with up and over door.
The town of Emsworth is at the head of Chichester Harbour, an area of outstanding natural beauty. An excellent range of amenities are in Emsworth, including local shops, pubs and restaurants, churches, doctors' surgery, and two sailing clubs. The town has primary schools, and secondary schools are in neighbouring Warblington and Southbourne. There is a railway station in Emsworth with links to London, Portsmouth, and further afield, and good bus links to the South Coast. The cathedral city of Chichester is approximately seven miles to the east with its famous Festival Theatre and nearby Goodwood Estate, and the South Downs National Park is just a short drive away.