Property for sale Cuckoo Fields, Fishbourne
Guide Price £525,000
A modern and well presented four bedroom detached family home (1622 sq ft) with a garage and west facing garden situated in the semi-rural village of Fishbourne.
Constructed circa 2011 this deceptively spacious, double fronted family home offers light and flexible accommodation and has been cleverly extend by the current owners to create an open plan kitchen/breakfast room and separate utility room.The property also has the benefit of a garage and ample off road parking in the form of a drive and to the rear boasts a well maintained west facing garden. Situated within a small, bespoke development of similar dwellings, this home offers modern family living within a traditional village setting.
As you enter on the ground floor there is an entrance hall leading to a dining room (currently used as a play room) with bay window and a useful study also complete with bay window. Further into the property lies a cloakroom and a west facing sitting room with access to the garden via sliding double doors. The kitchen has been skilfully extended and now offers a kitchen/breakfast space with a utility room to the rear. The garden can also be accessed from the breakfast room via double doors. On the first floor, off a central landing there are four bedrooms, the master complete with an en-suite and bedroom two benefiting from a useful w/c. A modern family bathroom completes the first floor accommodation.
Outside to the rear there is a well maintained west facing garden which is mainly laid to lawn. The garden has a sunlit terrace, wood panelled store shed and a side gate for access. To the front, the property is approached via a paved path which is enclosed by two small lawned areas and shrubs. To the front of a good sized garage there is ample parking in the form of a drive which runs along side the main house.
The property is located in the semi-rural and popular village of Fishbourne, some 3 miles to the west of the Cathedral City of Chichester.The village is famous for its Roman Palace, is ideally suited for easy access to the A27 trunk road and also provides a railway halt, sports recreation ground, primary school and two public houses. A couple miles to the south west is the highly regarded sailing village of Bosham, associated with the sea since Roman times and now provides a long established and thriving sailing club (Old Bosham has a fascinating history where the church is featured within the Bayeux Tapestry). Bosham also provides a primary school, popular public house overlooking the harbour, restaurant, tea rooms, arts & crafts centre, supermarket, post office and medical centre. The historic Cathedral City of Chichester offers a broad range of shopping, cultural and leisure facilities including the renowned Festival Theatre, galleries, museums and restaurants. Aside from sailing, leisure facilities within the area include golf at Goodwood, bathing from the beaches off West Wittering and the National Trust owned East Head, horse riding, and walking around the harbour and South Downs. Horseracing may also be enjoyed at Goodwood where the annual Festival of Speed, and Revival meetings are also hosted.