A rare opportunity to acquire a Grade II listed period townhouse within the conservation area with commercial use at the front if required and offering superb accommodation whilst retaining the period charm.
Entrance hall, cloakroom and WC, utility area, three reception rooms, fully fitted kitchen, four bedrooms, two bathrooms. A lovely private walled courtyard garden.
An opportunity to enjoy City living with all the advantages of easy access to a variety of shops, restaurants, the Festival Theatre, New Park Centre and the Cathedral. The mainline station is within walking distance with services to London Victoria and at the same time, Goodwood and the Downs are an easy drive as are the beaches at Witterings.
The front door opens into
The entrance hall
With old pine floor, central heating radiator and a door to
The retail area
This is arranged as two interconnecting rooms which total 375 sqft including original beamed ceilings and recessed fireplaces with gas fired wood burners, a large display window to the front, currently used as a delicatessen. There is an adjacent door to
The inner hall
With wood panelling central heating radiator, a store cupboard beneath the stairs, staircase leading off and a partially glazed door which connects to the rear hall where there is
The downstairs cloakroom and WC
With a white suite and a window gaining borrowed light, adjacent to which is a utility area with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Conservation pyramid roof light.
The reception/dining room
15'2 x 11'1 (4.62m x 3.38m)
With beams to the lofted ceiling where there is recessed halogen lighting, quarry tiled floor, telephone & TV point, central heating radiator, two wall light points, glass panel door with matching side panels into the courtyard and there is a sliding door into
The contemporary hand‐painted Sylvana kitchen
10'2 x 7'7 (3.10m x 2.31m)
With an excellent range of furniture including an inset stainless steel sink unit with a black granite surround, worktops, fitted drawers and cupboards, integrated Neff dishwasher, Neff ceramic hob below a side window, further natural light from a window overlooking the courtyard, a door giving access outside, built‐in Neff double oven, fridge and freezer, cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler, quarry tiled floor, lofted ceiling with beams and recessed halogen lighting. In addition there is a water softener and separate filtered drinking tap. From the hall the staircase rises to the first floor via a half landing to
Bedroom one/sitting room
20'6 x 10'0 (6.25m x 3.05m)
This well proportioned principal bedroom has a large walk‐in wardrobe and a broad pine floor. There are telephone/TV/FM points and four wall light points, central heating radiator, windows to the rear and a further window/door which opens onto the roof terrace with wrought iron railing and providing a pleasant sitting out area.
10'10 x 10'5 (3.30m x 3.18m)
With a window with shutters looking out to the front, central heating radiator, telephone/TV/FM point, fitted carpets and two wall light points.
With bath with antique shower attachment, pedestal washbasin, WC, the suite in white with maple floor, recessed halogen lighting, extractor fan, central beam to the ceiling, partial tiling, moulded Dado tile, central heating radiator and a glazed screen gaining borrowed light from the landing. The staircase rises to the second floor.
13'3 x 7'8 (4.04m x 2.34m)
With windows to the front and the rear, central heating radiator, built‐in shelving, built‐in desk, telephone/TV/FM point, fitted carpet, wall lights and a door to
The dressing room
With built in wardrobes, window to the rear, a vanity washbasin and a double door airing cupboard.
10'4 x 7'4 (3.15m x 2.24m)
With a window overlooking the courtyard, central heating radiator, wall lights and there is a connecting passage which is used for storage.
With bath, washbasin, WC, the suite in white, double glazed window, central heating radiator, maple floor, halogen lighting, strip light and shaver point.
A charming walled courtyard town garden gives a most delightful sitting out area where there is a sunken flagged area of Indian stone ideal for outdoor dining, raised flower and shrub bed to one side, ornamental trees and exterior lighting.
The property is approached from St Pancras, being a level walk from the City centre and via the New Park Centre car park.
The property is freehold.
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