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A delightful Grade II Listed town house built in 1720, full of charm, character and period features,
The large asymmetric reception hall has sash windows, a fireplace and an elegant Georgian style staircase rising in a graceful curve to the first floor. There is a study/utility room just off the reception hall. The drawing room has a historic inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove and two arches lead to the dining room. This room has French doors leading into the bright tiled garden room which looks out onto the south facing walled and paved garden. The kitchen is accessed from the conservatory.
On the first floor, there are three bedrooms, two with views to the south over the garden and beyond. There is a further bedroom and bathroom on this floor. The top floor has two bedrooms set in the beamed eaves and a further bathroom.
The historic City of Chichester has a wide variety of cultural, leisure and shopping facilities. These include the ancient Cathedral, the Summer Arts Festival, Pallant House Gallery and museums along with a wide variety of restaurants. The mainline railway station offers services to London (Victoria) and Gatwick Airport, whilst Havant, to the west offers a fast service to London (Waterloo). Leisure pursuits within the area include sailing from around Chichester Harbour, horse riding and walking in the South Downs National Park and golf and tennis within the general area. The nearby Goodwood Estate has a golf and leisure club along with hosting horse racing events such as Glorious Goodwood as well as motor events such as the annual Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival.
The large rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect which is well stocked with an array of plants and mature trees and lends itself to easy maintenance. It is enclosed on all sides with character walls and has a large fig tree at the side of the greenhouse. It contains numerous sitting areas; it has a large area paved with high quality York stone, a good sized timber greenhouse, and a small lawn and at its southern end a secure lockable gate to the riverside parking area. The property has the right in perpetuity to park two vehicles here. The strip of land on the western side of the house could if so required be used for the parking of one or two cars.
It should be noted that the garden walls have been repaired, the garden room largely rebuilt and the total area of the roof refurbished in accordance with the Grade II listing of the house.
Three First Floor Bedrooms
En Suite Cloakroom
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