- End of terrace house
- Two double bedrooms with storage
- Refitted kitchen & bathroom
- Dual aspect sitting room
- Utility space & store
- West facing rear garden
- Convenient Southbourne village location
- Close to schools and amenities
Conveniently situated within easy reach of local shops, schools, amenities and public transport links, Treagust & Co is pleased to offer this two double bedroom end of terrace house with a refitted kitchen and bathroom.
Approached through a wrought iron pedestrian gate a pathway leads up to the front door which opens into the hallway with staircase leading to the first floor. The dual aspect sitting room is located at the front of the house with double glazed windows. The kitchen has been refitted with an attractive range of wall and base units, and has a one and a half bowl sink, four burner gas hob with cooker hood above and a built-in oven. The utility area has space and plumbing for a washing machine, houses the Vaillant gas boiler, has a double glazed door out to the rear garden, and a further door opening into a useful storage area with double glazed window, power and light connected. Completing the ground floor accommodation is the bathroom which has been refitted with a classic white suite comprising of a paneled bath with Mira shower, tiled surrounds, w.c. and wash hand basin set in a white gloss fronted vanity unit with matching wall cupboard.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both with useful storage cupboards.
A mature hedge forms the front boundary with a pedestrian wrought iron gate opening into the garden which is laid to lawn with a pathway leading to the front door. The pathway continues into the west facing rear garden which features an area of lawn, a vegetable growing area, a seating area, outside tap and a lean-to garden store.
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.