- Extended ground floor accommodation
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- Three bedrooms
- West facing rear garden 129' x 20' (39.3m x 6.1m)
- Cosy sitting room
- Utility area & cloakroom
- Double glazing
- Gas heating system (radiators)
- Close to local schools and railway halt
- Popular Southbourne location
This smartly presented family home has been extended to the rear to provide a delightful open plan kitchen/dining room and also benefits from a 129' west facing rear garden.
The entrance hall has a balustrade staircase leading to the first floor with useful storage cupboard below and a door opens into the cosy sitting room with attractive feature fireplace have tiled inserts and hearth.
The ground floor accommodation continues into the delightful extended kitchen/dining room with recessed lighting to the kitchen area which is fitted with a modern range of drawer and cupboard base units, a matching range of wall cupboards with lighting beneath and wooden work surfaces having tiled surrounds. There is a single drainer sink, built in oven, gas hob and dishwasher.
In the dining area there are two velux windows and double glazed French doors open onto the rear garden.
Continue into the utility area with space for a washing machine a velux window and double glazed door onto the outside. A cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation with a wash hand basin and w.c.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom, fitted with a classic white suite comprising of a paneled bath with shower unit and screen, circular wash basin, w.c. with tiled surrounds and a heated towel rail.
To the front of the property there is a forecourt area with lawned section and shingled pathway with an outside light, a side pedestrian gate leads onto the west facing rear garden measuring 129’ x 20’, laid to lawn with hedge boundaries. Within the rear garden are several trees and at the end is a large timber summerhouse. To the rear of the property is a paved patio are with outside lights and a tap.
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.