A rare opportunity to acquire a grade II listed, detached period property, dating back to approximately 1814 and offering accommodation of great character.
Reception hall | Lounge | Dining room | Kitchen | Bathroom | Four bedrooms | Bath and shower room | Brick built garage | Attractive enclosed gardens to front and rear | Gas central heating
The property stands in the High Street of the popular seaside village of Selsey which has a wide range of local shops, doctors' surgery, town hall, library, restaurants and stunning local beaches all within walking distance. Selsey lies just 9 miles to the south of the Cathedral City of Chichester where there are further facilities including a mainline railway station with services to London Victoria, individual shops, restaurants, Pallant House Gallery and the Chichester Festival Theatre.
Original occupants of Ivy House include Colin Pullinger who invented the perpetual mousetrap.
The front door opens into
The reception hall
11'10 x 9'0 (3.61m x 2.74m)
With central heating radiator, staircase leading off and oak flooring which extends throughout the majority of the ground floor.
The bright and attractive lounge
15'9 x 11'8 (4.80m x 3.56m)
With windows on two sides, central heating radiator and brick fireplace.
The dining room
13'0 x 11'8 (3.96m x 3.56m)
With window overlooking the garden, central heating radiator and original ornate fireplace.
The farmhouse style kitchen
13'7 x 11'0 (4.14m x 3.35m)
With windows on two sides including French doors leading outside, central heating radiator, stainless steel sink unit, fitted drawers and cupboards, hob, oven, cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler and breakfast bar. There is a door leading to
The rear porch
With door leading outside and further door to
The downstairs bathroom
With window, central heating radiator, bath with shower attachment, wash basin and WC.
From the entrance hall the staircase rises to the first floor.
With two windows and airing cupboard.
12'0 x 11'6 (3.66m x 3.51m)
With window, central heating radiator and built‐in wardrobe.
9'2 x 9'0 (2.79m x 2.74m)
With window, central heating radiator and recessed built‐in wardrobe.
13'0 x 8'6 (3.96m x 2.59m)
With window, central heating radiator and built‐in wardrobes.
The bath and shower room
10'0 x 7'0 (3.05m x 2.13m)
With window, central heating radiator, bath, separate shower cubicle, WC and wash basin.
To the rear of the property the gardens include flower and shrub beds, gravelled areas for sitting out and a pathway leading round to the attractive and good size front garden including lawn, trees and shrubs. There is a pedestrian gate and double gates giving access to the driveway leading to
The large brick garage
The property is freehold.
Council tax band
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