A handsome and substantial country farm house offering excellent family accommodation in a semi rural setting with views over surrounding fields and to the front across to the spire of Chichester Cathedral.
Kitchen | Downstairs shower room | Inner reception room | Sitting room | Dining room | Triple aspect lounge | Master bedroom suite with walk‐in dressing room and shower room | Four further bedrooms | Family bathroom
Extensive garden and grounds extending to approximately 1 acre with a variety of fruit trees | To one side of the garden is a an area of hard standing formerly used for commercial purposes and now giving opportunities for business use or for boat or car storage (Subject to any necessary permission) | There is additional hard standing to the front of the property.
The property stands in this very popular village of Bosham in a semi rural setting surrounded by open fields. Just a short walk away are a good parade of shops, restaurant, pub, railway station and nearby is the harbour at Old Bosham. It lies a few miles to the west of Chichester with further facilities including shops, restaurants and Chichester Festival Theatre. There is easy access to the A27 meaning numerous centres are within commuting distance.
The front door opens into
19'3 x 13'5 (5.87m x 4.09m)
With Esse range cooker, fireplace with wood burning stove, inset enamel sink unit below a south facing window, solid pine worktops, Worcester oil fired central heating boiler, fitted cupboards and further fitted shelving unit topped with solid pine.
Off the kitchen is a larder with shelving.
The downstairs shower room
With shower cubicle, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.
The inner reception hall
20'3 x 9'2 (6.17m x 2.79m)
With easterly facing window, staircase leading off, three radiators, beamed ceiling and a door to
The sitting room
17'8x 10'0 (5.38mx 3.05m)
With windows to south and east with views across the open fields over to the spire of Chichester Cathedral, wood burning stove with brick surround, beamed ceiling, brick flooring and a door to an entrance porch.
The dining room
19'9 x 10'10 (6.02m x 3.30m)
With windows to front and rear, three radiators, beamed ceiling and a glass door into
The triple aspect lounge
19'8 x 12'0 (5.99m x 3.66m)
With windows on three sides including French windows opening to the driveway, two central heating radiators and beamed ceiling. heating radiators and beamed ceiling.
From the inner reception hall the staircase, with two windows, rises to the first floor.
With central heating radiator and beamed ceiling.
17'10 x 10'0 (5.44m x 3.05m)
With windows on two side enjoying the views, recessed cupboards and two central heating radiators
The master bedroom suite
With a door opening to
With a further door to
The walk‐in dressing room
The master bedroom
The shower room
With shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.
The family bathroom
11'7 x 6'4 (3.53m x 1.93m)
With window, free standing bath with shower attachment, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, central heating radiator and built‐in storage cupboard.
The further inner landing
19'8 x 10'3 (5.99m x 3.12m)
A triple aspect room enjoying the extensive views, two central heating radiators and beamed ceiling.
10'5 x 9'8 (3.18m x 2.95m)
With window overlooking the rear garden, recessed cupboards and wardrobe and central heating radiator.
12'10 x 6'10 (3.91m x 2.08m)
With window enjoying the views to the Chichester Cathedral and central heating radiator.
The extensive country garden and grounds
With an area of approximately 1 acre. To the back of the property, flagged terrace with steps leading up to gravelled area with decking in front of the summer house, further timber garden shed and splash swimming pool. There are extensive lawned gardens with hedges to borders, trees and further shed.
The summer house
16'4 x 13'1 (4.98m x 3.99m)
With window, heating light and power.
9'6 x 9'0 (2.90m x 2.74m)
On the other side of the property a patio with lawn beyond and a gate gives access to
The boat storage area
68'10 x 32'5 (20.98m x 9.88m)
With double gate giving access, water and electricity laid. This used to be used for commercial purposes and now gives opportunity for boat or car storage, etc.
To the other side of the property is
The utility room
14'4 x 5'11 (4.37m x 1.80m)
Brick built with windows and two doors.
There is a driveway leading in giving plenty of car parking space with further areas of hard standing or room for boar storage, etc.
The property can be approached via the A259 heading west from Chichester, at the roundabout take the fourth exit onto Station Road, cross the railway line, carry on along and brooks Lane is a turning on the right, follow this road round and Brooks Farm Cottage is on the right.
The property is freehold
Council tax band