Post Office Lane, North Mundham, PO20 1LY
A rare opportunity to acquire a delightful semi detached, Grade II listed period cottage which has magnificent landscaped gardens, extending to approximately 3/4 of an acre (not measured) including outbuildings and a large oak-framed home office.

Dining hall | Elegant lounge | Conservatory | Utility room | Downstairs WC | Kitchen | Four bedrooms | Bathroom | Driveway giving off‐road parking | Broad walkway giving access to the magnificent gardens | Outbuildings

This cottage stands in the heart of the village of North Mundham which lies two miles to the South of Chichester City centre. There is a good local pub close by, a junior school together with the Chichester Free School. Chichester has a full range of facilities including shops, restaurants, cafes and mainline railway station with regular and direct services to London Victoria and other destinations along the South Coast. To the north of Chichester is Goodwood, with sporting and many other activities throughout the year, with The Downs beyond. To the south is Chichester Harbour, with sailing from Bosham, Itchenor, Birdham and Emsworth, alongside the sandy beaches of West Wittering with beautiful coastal walks.

Dining hall

14'9 x 11'3 (4.50m x 3.43m)
With front window, original flagged floor and inglenook‐ styled fireplace with wood burner and central heating radiator.

Elegant and well‐proportioned lounge

23'7 x 12'8 (7.19m x 3.86m)
With inglenook‐styled fireplace with an oak surround, wood burning stove with built‐in cupboard to one side, window to the front, central heating radiator and to the end of the room French doors open into the


12'3 x 11 (3.73m x 3.35m)
An Amdega conservatory with a pitched, glazed roof with opening roof lights and double doors leading to the garden. There is natural timber flooring and an opening into the

Utility room

10'5 x 4'9 (3.18m x 1.45m)
With windows overlooking the garden, an inset butler sink with surrounding wood block work surface, cupboards beneath, plumbing for a washing machine and door opening into the

Downstairs cloakroom and WC

With window and radiator.

Approached either from the dining hall or the utility room is the


12'10 x 11'6 (3.91m x 3.51m)
With an inset ceramic sink unit, wood block and granite worktops, fitted drawers and cupboards, integrated Britannia oven, ceramic hot plate above with extractor canopy and natural wood flooring.

From the hall a staircase rises to the first floor.

Galleried landing

Bedroom one

11'8 x 11'7 (3.56m x 3.53m)
With window enjoying the aspect over the garden and central heating radiator.

Bedroom two

11'4 x 11'0 (3.45m x 3.35m)
With windows to front and side, central heating radiator and a recessed wardrobe.

Bedroom three

With central heating radiator and front window.

Bedroom four

11'5 x 8 (3.48m x 2.44m)
Overall measurements. With rear window and central heating radiator.


With bath with shower attachment, separate shower cubicle, washbasin, WC, tiled flooring, heated towel rail and window.


A beautifully landscaped garden

With an overall area of approximately 3/4 of an acre (not measured).
From the conservatory steps lead up to a broad flagged pathway flanked by lawns and hedging, leading to the beautiful and extensive garden beyond. This is designed in different areas, the entertainment area having flagged flooring which is ideal for outdoor dining. Surrounding this are well kept lawns and to one side is a cedar framed green house with access to the side of a potting shed. Dividing this area from a more formal garden are lime trees set within beech hedging with a walkway beneath. The formal garden is also laid to lawn with twelve cordon apple trees, flanking the main area of lawn. To one side is a large garden store to the side of which are kennels.
The garden catches the sun throughout the day and principally faces South.

Oak‐framed home office

28'6 x 12'0 (8.69m x 3.66m)
Interior measurements. With windows overlooking the garden and double doors giving access. It has oak flooring, fibre optic broadband connected, electric light and power and a separate WC with washbasin.

Cedar framed greenhouse

14 x 11'9 (4.27m x 3.58m)

Large garden store

17'9 x 9'4


The property is freehold.

Council tax band E

General remarks

To view please telephone us on 01243 816666 to make an appointment.


We have not tested any systems or appliances and no warranty as to condition or suitability is confirmed or implied. All measurements are approximate.

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