A delightful two bedroom period cottage situated towards the end of a no through road within an easy walk of the city centre.
The deceptively spacious and characterful accommodation is arranged over two floors. As you enter on the ground floor there is a dining room which leads to both a sitting room (complete with feature fire place) and a fitted kitchen. Beyond the kitchen lies a cleverly position garden room providing access into the rear garden. On the first floor, off a landing there are two good sized double bedrooms (master with w.c) and a family bathroom.
Outside to the rear there is a good sized garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature borders and shrubs planted throughout. There is also a wood panelled garden shed and on one side the garden is flanked by a pretty brick wall. To the front there is a small shingled area, enclosed by a low level wall with a brick path leading to the front door.
The property is located on a quiet no through road just to the east of Chichester's city centre and is within an easy walk of all the city has to offer. Historic Chichester is home to some of the country's finest sights, landscapes and leisure pursuits. 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. There are excellent schools in the area. In the private sector are Prebendal, Oakwood, Great Ballard, Lavant House, Westbourne House School, Portsmouth Grammar and Bedales. Secondary schools in the public sector in Chichester are Bishop Luffa Church of England and the Girls and Boys High Schools. Chichester is unique in having both a College of Further Education and a University. There are also good yachting facilities at Chichester Marina, Birdham Pool and at Itchenor, home to the Chichester Harbour Conservancy and the Itchenor Sailing Club. The Salterns Way footpath and cycle route is a 12 mile path running from Chichester via Fishbourne to Birdham, Itchenor and on to the lovely sandy Blue Flag beach at West Wittering. At Chichester it connects with the Centurion Way to provide access to the South Downs National Park.