An attractive period cottage of great character with off road parking located in the village of Maudlin some 1.5 miles north east of Chichester.
This charming period property (a former farm workers cottage) boasts an abundance of character and has period features throughout, including many exposed beams and a delightful fire place, currently fitted with a wood burning stove. The property is situated on a quiet no through lane with a cottage garden to the front and a low maintenance rear garden enjoying the benefit of a south west facing aspect.
The light and airy accommodation is arranged over two floors with nearly all rooms being double aspect. On the ground floor there is an entrance porch and utility area with very useful storage space and a belfast sink. The quarry tiled floor continues into a good sized entrance hall. Off this space lie both a country style, fitted kitchen and a charming sitting room featuring exposed beams, a wood burning stove and French windows. On the first floor, off a landing there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside to the rear there is an attractive south west facing courtyard garden, perfect for entertaining or alfresco dining. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature borders and shrubs planted throughout and there is a gravelled path leading to the front door. Nearly opposite the property, on the other side of the lane there is a large mature south facing garden with a greenhouse, wood panelled shed and summer house currently under an annual licence from the Goodwood Estate. A short distance from the property there is off road parking for two vehicles in the form of a gated gravelled area, there is also a detached wood panelled workshop.
The property is located within the historic part of the village of Maudlin, approximately a mile and half north east of Chichester. Situated off the Old Arundel Road, this home has easy access to the historic centre of Chichester to where there is also a regular bus service. The village further provides immediate access to a network of walks across fields and roads towards the Goodwood Estate and nearby villages. Chichester provides extensive shopping facilities, popular bars and restaurants. The internationally known Festival Theatre, Priory Park, with its historic cricket ground, and Pallant House Gallery are just a few examples of further nearby facilities. Other activities include horse racing, motor racing, flying and golf on the Goodwood Estate, or sailing from Chichester Harbour.