Property for sale Chestnut Avenue, Chichester
Guide Price £1,825,000
An exceptional three storey new home (4,125 sq ft), set within lovely south-facing grounds, currently in construction combining classic design with high specification living.
Chaddesley offers a unique opportunity to acquire a bespoke new home built to the highest possible specification in a peaceful leafy suburb within the historic cathedral city of Chichester. Due for completion later this year, this impressive family home will rise to three stories, arranged around a central staircase with exceptionally spacious accommodation throughout. To the side and above the integral garage there
will be a first floor annexe (ideal for an au pair or relative). Both the principal ground floor living space and first floor master bedroom shall take advantage of the south-facing aspect. The kitchen/dining /family room shall incorporate concertina doors onto the garden, and there shall be a formal living room overlooking the front driveway. The south-facing main bedroom shall span the full width of the first floor incorporating a smart dressing room and en suite bath/shower room.
Set within gardens and grounds of approximately 1/4 acre, the rear garden will be mainly laid to lawn, and to the front there shall be ample spaces for off-street parking.
Please note that within this brochue all images of the house and garden are either CGI illustrations (of the completed property) or of the neighboring property (which has been completed by the same firm of developers).
The property is situated in the sought after residential leafy suburb of Summersdale. Ideally located within easy reach of the city centre which is just over a mile to the south and accessible to the South Downs National Park a short distance to the north. Nearby, there are useful local amenities which include a medical centre, convenience store/post office and the Brandy Hole Lane Nature Reserve, an enchanting woodland copse of about 15 acres.
The historic cathedral city of Chichester offers comprehensive shopping facilities and a choice of social and recreational activities, accessible through the mainly level pedestrian areas of the beautifully preserved city. Cultural activities include Pallant House Gallery and
Festival Theatre. There are renowned schools in the area, both in the public and the private sector. The mainline station in Chichester provides a regular service to London Victoria in about 1 hour 40 minutes (via Gatwick Airport). Havant station to the west
provides a faster service to London Waterloo in about 1 hour 20 minutes.
Sports & Country Pursuits
Events and sporting activities in the area include Goodwood Festival of Speed and Revival events for motoring enthusiasts, horseracing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray Park, golf at Goodwood, and beaches at the Witterings. Chichester Harbour provides
moorings (subject to availability) and there are nearby berthing and lifting facilities in Birdham Pool and Chichester Marina. Other local attractions include: the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, West Dean Gardens, Fishbourne Roman Palace, Tangmere
Military Aviation Museum, Goodwood House, Stansted Park and Petworth House.
Distances & Transport
City Centre: 1.25 miles Chichester Marina: 4 miles West Wittering Beach: 9 miles Goodwood: 3 miles Southampton Airport: 31 miles Gatwick Airport: 45 miles Central London: 70 miles All distances are approximate.
Services: Mains Gas / Drainage / Water / Electricity
Chichester District Council:
West Sussex County Council:
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