A four‐bedroom Grade II listed semi‐detached house, built in 1832, with spacious (1,983 sq ft) and flexible accommodation, including a lower ground floor annexe (previously let) and a large brick‐built garden office.
Lounge | Family sitting room | Dining kitchen with French doors to the garden | Lower ground floor providing a self contained annexe with bedroom, living/dining kitchen and shower room | Two first floor bedrooms | Family bathroom | Attic bedroom | Workshop | Good size south‐facing rear garden | Brick built studio/home office | Off road parking
This property stands in a very convenient residential position with easy access to local supermarkets and Chichester City centre with facilities including shops, schools, Chichester Festival Theatre and mainline railway station with services to London Victoria. Chichester is ideally placed for access to both the coast, with sandy beaches around the Witterings and to the north, with open countryside around The Downs with sporting and other activities at Goodwood.
15'0 x 11'6 (4.57m x 3.51m)
With original windows with secondary double glazed panels to front and side, a Victorian fireplace with pine surround, archway to one side with shelving, original built‐in cupboards to the other side and connecting doors through to the
Two inner lobbies
One staircase leading down to the lower ground floor and the other staircase leading to the first floor.
Family sitting room
15'0 x 11'0 (4.57m x 3.35m)
With original windows to the side and rear, brick fireplace which has a wood burning stove, built‐ in shelves and cupboards to one side and a built‐ in original cupboard to the other.
15'9 x 9 (4.80m x 2.74m)
With two side windows, French doors opening to the rear garden, fitted drawers and cupboards, stainless steel sink unit, double oven, induction hob, extractor canopy, new wall mounted gas central heating boiler and quarry tiled flooring.
Lower ground floor
With door to driveway.
11'2 x 10'4 (3.40m x 3.15m)
With window to the rear, stainless steel sink unit, built‐in wardrobe and quarry tiled floor.
With washbasin, WC and heated towel rail.
13'3 x 11'4 (4.04m x 3.45m)
With windows to side and front and quarry tiled flooring.
13'2 x 11'6 (4.01m x 3.51m)
With original window with secondary double glazing to the front, pine fireplace surround to the Victorian fireplace (not in use) and an ornamental balcony. The measurements exclude built‐in wardrobes to one wall and there is also an original built‐in cupboard.
Bath with shower attachment, WC, wash basin, window to the rear and a built‐in cupboard.
A staircase rises to the second floor.
11'3 x 8'8 (3.43m x 2.64m)
Average measurements. The ceiling follows the slope of the roof with a dormer window to the front.
Good size south‐facing mature garden
75ft (22.8m) to studio.
Immediately to the back of the property a brick paved patio giving an ideal area for outdoor dining, beyond this is a lawn, shrubs, trees and vegetable garden.
17'9 x 15 (5.41m x 4.57m)
Approximate measurements. With two front windows, electric light and power. A very useful room for a home office/studio etc. Hatch access to World War II air‐raid shelter (previously used as wine cellar).
11'8 x 7'5 (3.56m x 2.26m)
With doors to both front and rear. Fixed metal workbench and plumbing for washing machine. Fixed metal ladder gives access to workroom above with Velux window and further storage. Electric light and power.
The property is freehold.
Council tax band E
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