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A charming four bedroom detached Edwardian Lodge House. The property has been completely modernised and updated to a high standard by the current owners and still retains many of its original features.
The accommodation consists of an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room and kitchen which overlooks the south west facing garden. There is a downstairs bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The first floor provides three further bedrooms and a family bathroom with walk-in shower.
North Lodge is one of four lodge houses to The Grange, an Edwardian estate built by James Fleming, who was a well-known London restaurateur. He was a philanthropist and known to be a collector of William Morris tapestries. He founded the Bognor War Memorial Hospital and cut the ribbon at the opening of the cinema. The Grange was a working farm as well as a gentleman's residence and North Lodge was always reserved for the Carter who would have been responsible for getting goods to market.
North Lodge is located in Aldwick and is approximately 2 miles to the west of Bognor Regis and is within 500m reach of the sea. Just over half a mile away, the nearby Rose Green village centre offers a selection of shops. The historic market town of Chichester provides more extensive shopping facilities along with cafes, bars and restaurants. Locally there are a selection of leisure activities including golf, water sports, as well as horse and motor racing at Goodwood.
There is a gravel driveway providing off road parking for several cars and side access to the rear. The walled garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. There is also a summer house at the end of the garden, which can be used as a studio or for additional storage space.
Ground Floor Bedroom
Two/Three Further Bedrooms
Off Road Parking
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