- Attractive Edwardian house
- Three double bedrooms
- Open plan kitchen and family room
- Sitting room
- Utility room
- Ground floor WC
- 2nd floor master bedroom with en-suite
- South facing garden
- Summer house
- Driveway parking
Treagust & Co is delighted to present this immaculately presented Edwardian family home which is offered to a a high standard whilst retaining period features.
The spacious and flexible accommodation has been thoughtfully configured, and works well for modern living. The location is perfect for commuting and schools.
The home has a secure and private front garden with a covered portico and feature mosaic floor tiles.
The front door opens into a hallway with stairs to the first floor and understairs storage cupboard.
A front snug sitting room with open fire, feature fireplace and bay window is an idyllic evening room and to the back of the property is a large open plan family room plus kitchen with elevated ceiling and sky lights.
The family room is currently designed with sitting and dining areas and a log burning stove. The kitchen has an integrated electric cooker, hob and wall mounted cooker hood along with a fridge and freezer plus dishwasher.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room with wall and base cupboards, work surfaces and additional sink, a door to the garden and separate WC.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms (one with fitted wardrobes and one with airing cupboard and combination boiler) and a large bathroom with roll top bath and heated towel rail.
A return staircase leads to the second floor where a large master bedroom suite is located, complete with dressing area, study / sitting area and en-suite shower room with double shower cubicle and velux window.
The south facing rear garden is extremely well maintained with a decked sitting out area and pergola. A lawned area with perimeter paved path and patio lead onto a large summer house with additional storage area.
A secure back gate leads out to the parking area which is located on The Crescent.
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.