- NO FORWARD CHAIN
- Delightful character cottage
- Central village location
- Sitting room with open fire
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Rear lobby area
- Two double bedrooms
- South facing courtyard garden & roof terrace
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Treagust & Co is pleased to offer this delightful cottage situated in an extremely convenient location within the popular West Sussex village of Westbourne.
Believed to have been built in 1885, with a spacious two double bedroom layout, this charming home is smartly presented throughout and is available with no forward chain.
On the ground floor, the cosy sitting room features oak flooring and an open fireplace with bespoke fitted storage cabinets to either side. An open-plan archway leads into the lovely kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a range of units, space for a central table and chairs, with further fitted cupboards beneath the staircase. From the kitchen a rear door opens into a lobby area with door to the garden. The neatly finished bathroom is also found on this floor and features a traditional white suite with shower over the bath, shower mixer tap, and a utility cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine. This cupboard also houses the Vaillant central heating boiler.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, both neatly decorated with the front facing room having a fitted wardrobe. The rear bedroom has a door opening out to a raised decking space with wrought iron railings. The fully boarded out loft space provides useful storage and has lighting connected.
A dwarf brick wall forms the front boundary with wrought iron gate opening into the small front garden area. On street parking is available in East Street.
The courtyard style rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is planned for ease of maintenance. A pathway at the end of the plot provides rear access.
The property is situated within easy walking distance of Westbourne village centre with its range of local shops, church, cafe, pubs and doctors surgery. The harbourside town centre of Emsworth lies to the south 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. 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.