Guide price £965,000
An extremely pretty brick & flint cottage, Listed Grade II, surrounded by the rich countryside of the South Downs National Park with far-reaching views over neighbouring countryside towards Watergate Hangar. A picturesque brick & flint period cottage in a superb Downland setting. The interior has all the character and charm of the period with exposed oak beams and timber frame and pretty casement windows. A tiled entrance hall opens on to a useful study whilst to the south side of the house is a most attractive sitting room of over 22' in length, with impressive open fireplace retaining its original bread oven. The kitchen/breakfast room has an informal dining area and chimney breast recess with decorative tiling and bressumer beam mantel housing the two oven oil-fired Aga with adjacent Aga boiler. From here, a stable door opens on to the adjacent conservatory/dining room which is heated and used all the year round, enjoying views over the gardens to the countryside beyond. A useful cloaks/shower room located next to the kitchen provides useful washing facilities in addition to the two first floor bathrooms. On the first floor, there are four bedrooms including a principal suite with bathroom and three further bedrooms, served by a well-appointed family bathroom. A rural lane leads to the parking area and approach to the western side of the cottage where there is a detached garage with first floor workshop, equipped with lighting and power. Double doors from the conservatory open on to an attractive terrace with steps up to the lawned garden with far-reaching views over farmland to the surrounding Downland countryside. A number of attractive mature trees include beech, apple, cherry and silver birch. A second vehicle access from the lane leads to a small yard with manageable kitchen garden and greenhouse. To the southern side of the cottage, a further lawned garden has traditional herbaceous borders, stocked with traditional perennials including geraniums, anenome, roses and hollyhocks. A central pathway passing under a rose covered pergola arch creates an attractive focal point. The small village of Walderton is situated some 8 miles north west of Chichester, surrounded by the countryside of the South Downs National Park but within travelling distance of the coast, Portsmouth and Petersfield. Local facilities include pubs in both Walderton and neighbouring Stoughton, together with its Parish church. Funtington, some 2 miles to the south, provides a farm shop whilst nearby Adsdean provides a very popular organic butchers. Cultural activities are well catered for including the internationally known Festival Theatre and Pallant House Gallery in the cathedral city of Chichester. Sporting and recreational activities are numerous with the immediate countryside providing many opportunities for walking, riding and mountain biking. Chichester Harbour and the surrounding waters of The Solent are extremely popular with sailors and the area has a number of sailing clubs, most notably at Bosham, Itchenor and Emsworth. Goodwood with its renowned racecourse also provides a country club and golf course. The Estate is also well known for its annual Festival of Speed and the September Revival meeting at its historic motor circuit. The beaches at both East and West Wittering provide opportunities for bathing, windsurfing, boarding and kite surfing. Communications are good with the A27 providing vehicle access to Brighton, Worthing, Chichester and Portsmouth. Rail services to London can be found at Chichester and Petersfield, providing services to Victoria and Waterloo respectively.
Tiled floor, radiator, large coats cupboard with shelving.
Study 3.20m x 1.96m (10'6" x 6'5")
Radiator, fitted cupboard.
Sitting Room 6.78m x 5.00m (22'3" x 16'5")
overall. Impressive open fireplace with bressumer beam mantel and original bread oven. 3 radiators, oak floor, exposed beams, arched bookcase recess with lighting. Stairs to first floor.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 7.67m x 3.66m (25'2" x 12'0")
min. (25'2 x 15'2 max). Chimney breast recess with decorative tiling and bressumer beam mantel housing 2 oven, oil-fired Aga and adjacent Aga boiler with hot plate. Matching fitted cupboards and drawers. Roll top worksurfaces, double bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, recess for electric cooker, recess for fridge/freezer, recess and plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, radiator. Stable door to
Tiled floor, radiator, 2 wall light points. Sealed unit double glazed doors to garden. Views over adjacent farmland and woods.
Low level WC, wash hand basin, shower cabinet with Mira shower mixer.
Stairs rise to
First Floor Landing
Exposed timber frame, large linen cupboard housing foam insulated hot water cylinder, hatch to roof space.
Bedroom 1 3.15m x 3.10m (10'4" x 10'2")
Radiator, 2 wall light points, recessed wardrobe.
Close coupled WC, wall-mounted wash hand basin, tongue & groove panelled bath with mixer tap, tiled surrounds.
Bedroom 2 2.87m x 2.44m (9'5" x 8'0")
(to include wardrobe). Radiator, fitted wardrobe.
Bedroom 3 2.87m x 2.67m (9'5" x 8'9")
Radiator, exposed timber frame.
Bedroom 4 3.96m x 2.97m (13' x 9'9")
Radiator, fitted wardrobe and shelved cupboard.
Close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, tongue & groove panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Tiled surrounds. Shelved cupboard, eaves storage cupboard, radiator.
Detached Garage 5.38m x 5.18m (17'8" x 17')
2 up and over doors, light and power. Steps up to workshop above.
Workshop 4.27m x 2.74m (14'0" x 9')
Light and power, roof light.
Gardens as previously described.
Mains electricity and water. Oil-fired central heating. Private drainage.
Chichester District Council, East Pallant House, ChichesterTel: 01243 785166 Council Tax Band: G
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