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A charming end terrace cottage with attractive elevations under a tiled roof. The Property offers comfortable accommodation over three floors with a pretty sitting room with wood burning stove and a large kitchen/breakfast room. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a bathroom and on the top floor there is a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
The village of Stedham, in the South Downs National Park, lies on the southern bank of the River Rother. This is a small village some two miles from Midhurst which offers a range of local amenities including shops, schools, churches, sports and recreational facilities. The countryside surrounding Midhurst is well known for its outstanding natural beauty. In addition a wider selection of amenities is available at Haslemere to the north where there is a mainline railway station connecting Portsmouth/Waterloo and Petersfield to the west also with a mainline station. Close by there are numerous cultural and recreational facilities including Polo at Cowdray and horseracing at Goodwood.
The property is approached via a brick path and steps that lead to the front door. There is a separate pedestrian access to the side of the house (a right of way access for number 5 & 4 Yarborough Terrace). Adjacent to the back of the property is a terrace area with a store/workshop and a separate building with light and power. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with an area of vegetable garden at the far end. In all the rear garden is just over 120 feet in length.
Services: Mains Water, Electricity, Gas and Drainage are connected.
Local Authority: Chichester District Council
Main Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom
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