A charming grade II listed mews cottage, forming part of an award‐winning conversion of former brewery buildings, within a 10 minute walk of The Cross in Chichester City centre.
Entrance hall, downstairs shower room and WC, lounge/dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms including master bedroom suite with en suite bathroom, night storage heating, double glazing, private patio area, attractive communal gardens, parking (not allocated). The property is offered to purchasers over the age of 60.
The property stands in this very convenient position, set within a private courtyard and well back from the public road, yet within a 10 minute walk of The Cross in Chichester. It is therefore very well placed for all of the facilities including shops, restaurants, Chichester Festival Theatre and mainline railway station with services to London Victoria. Chichester is close to the coast with sailing from Itchenor and Birdham and beaches at Wittering. To the north of Chichester The Downs are a short drive away together with sporting and other events at Goodwood.
The front door opens into
The entrance lobby
With panel radiator.
The downstairs shower room and WC
With shower cubicle, washbasin, WC and electric shaver point.
The well proportioned lounge
16'9 x 14'4 (5.11m x 4.37m)
The measurements include the staircase leading off. With windows on two sides, ornamental brick fireplace with oak beam mantle, two night storage heaters and an opening into
6'4 x 7'8 (1.93m x 2.34m)
With fitted drawers and cupboards, stainless steel sink unit, electric hob and oven, extractor canopy and plumbing for a washing machine.
A broad staircase rises to the first floor.
With Velux window and night storage heater.
The master bedroom suite
16'8 x 10'00 (5.08m x 3.05m)
A light room with windows on three sides including stained glass porthole window, two night storage heaters, built‐in wardrobe and door to
The en suite bathroom
With bath, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.
8'6 x 6'5 (2.59m x 1.96m)
With Velux window, recessed wardrobe and recessed airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
Draymans Mews is just off St Pancras going out of town with pedestrian access just before the turning to Tozer Way.
The property is freehold. The communal gardens and paths of Draymans Mews and the private parking area to the rear are owned by a residents’ service company and are managed by a professional managing agent. Ownership of the property carries with it rights and obligations in respect of the communal areas and the right to a share in the residents’ service company. Details of these arrangements are available from the vendor upon request.
Currently in the region of £1,000 per annum. A purchaser would have to ask their solicitor to check these details.
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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