A very pretty and well presented Grade II listed cottage situated in the heart of historic Chichester within The Pallants
Believed to have been constructed in the 1600's this charming and well presented cottage has many period features throughout which include exposed beams, inglenook fireplace and parquet flooring.
From the entrance lobby there is a lovely double length reception room which overlooks South Pallant to the front, and from the dining area, a courtyard garden to the rear. With a south-facing aspect the kitchen is well equipped and has the benefit of under floor heating. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Two loft areas provide storage. A particular feature, which is accessed via a wrought iron spiral staircase from the courtyard, is an attractive roof terrace which has a southern and easterly outlook.
The Pallants are set in the heart of this famous Cathedral City, and reflect in miniature the four main streets of the city centre. Situated in the quadrant between East and South Street, the Pallants are conveniently located within a short distance of the extensive shopping and recreational facilities located in the pedestrianised centre. The internationally known Festival Theatre, Priory Park with its' historic cricket ground and Pallant House Gallery are just a few examples of the nearby facilities.
Communications are excellent with a nearby mainline station providing a regular service to London Victoria, and Havant station which provides a fast service to London Waterloo in about 1 hour 20 minutes. The A27 trunk road provides access to Worthing and Brighton to the East and Portsmouth, Havant and Southampton to the west. There are several choices of vehicle access to London, but the closest is probably the A286 from Chichester via Midhurst, joining the A3 at Milford.