Guide price £335,000
A lovely 3 bedroom home forming part of a magnificent late Georgian mansion, formerly the seat of Lady Molyneux-Howard. Latterly used as a holiday home for patients of the Manor Hospital, the building was converted into apartments and townhouses at the turn of the 21st Century. This particular property forms part of the newer wing yet has been constructed in Georgian proportions to match the elegance of the original building. The accommodation is spread over 2 floors comprising an attractive sitting room with french doors to a private patio leading to some 22 acres of communal park-like ground, a fitted kitchen with a range of fitted appliances and downstairs cloakroom, whilst the first floor comprises 3 double bedrooms, an en suite bathroom and family bathroom. Outside there is a double carport with shared car washing facilities, the use of beautifully maintained park grounds of around 22 acres and ample visitor parking. The building occupies a semi-rural position between Chichester and Arundel, and as such would be ideal as a lock-and-leave, or alternatively for full time occupation. The surrounding area provides a wide choice of recreational activities including walking, cycling and riding in the South Downs National Park, various golf courses, horse racing at Goodwood and Fontwell Park, sailing on Chichester and Littlehampton harbours and bathing and windsurfing from various beaches along the south coast. The property provides an ideal opportunity to purchase an easy-to-run permanent home in elegant surroundings or alternatively a second home within easy reach of many recreational activities in this pretty part of West Sussex.
(with one other property) and private front door to
Entry phone. Radiator. Telephone point and oak strip flooring. Very deep and spacious under stairs storage cupboard.
A lovely east facing room with views across the grounds. Twin sash windows and french doors to the garden, each with secondary double glazing. Television point. 4 wall light points and 2 radiators.
West facing with tall twin sash windows. Comprehensively equipped with a wide range of dragged base cupboards and drawers, with matching eye-level cupboards over. Fitted dresser, solid hardwood Corian worksurfaces, inset with 1 1/2 bowl porcelain sink unit with mixer taps. Four ring Neff gas hob and extractor fan, oven, grill and microwave. Concealed fridge and freezer, Beko dishwasher. Additional features include wine rack, pull-out larder cupboard, four vegetable baskets and space for a washing machine. Corian breakfast bar, low voltage downlighters and stripped oak floor.
White suite comprising low level wc. Wall mounted wash basin. Radiator. Extractor fan. Oak strip floor.
From the entrance hall staircase to part galleried first floor landing with radiator. Deep airing cupboard with lagged copper cylinder and slatted shelving, also containing the loft hatch. Doors to
Lovely views across the grounds. Twin sash windows. Radiator. Television and telephone points. 2 wall lights. 3 double radiators.
En Suite Shower Room
White suite comprising low level wc. Wash basin with vanity shelf and fitted mirror. Tiled shower cubicle. Extractor fan. Downlighters. Radiator. Storage cupboard housing Valient boiler and mirrored medicine cabinet.
2 double wardrobes. Dressing table drawer pack. Radiator.
Range of fitted study furniture. Radiator
Suite comprising part-sunken bath with Victorian style mixer tap and shower attachment. Pedestal wash basin. Low level wc. Extractor fan. Radiator. Part tiled walls.
Aldingbourne House has 22 acres of well-maintained park-like grounds, the majority of which face south. This property has an east-west orientation with the sitting room looking across the eastern grounds. To the north of the building is a double carport situated within the original kitchen garden which has shared car washing facilities. Additionally there is ample visitor parking.
Calor gas heating, electricity and water. Mains drainage.
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Guide price £355,000