Guide price £899,950
Believed to date originally from the 1950's, the house was significantly improved and extended in 2000, and now provides exceptionally spacious five double bedroomed accommodation, with two lovely reception rooms, two en-suites and a family bathroom. Additionally, there is a well-equipped kitchen, a utility area and downstairs cloakroom. Decoratively the house is presented in excellent condition throughout and will provide a lovely family home. Two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor, one of which is currently used as study. Outside the house has a pretty garden, with a traditional Sussex tile car barn and plenty of parking. There are immediate views to the west of Compton Down. Compton village is itself particularly popular, being set at the very heart of the South Downs National Park, and yet is readily accessible to either Chichester to the south or Petersfield to the north, both with mainline railway stations providing a regular service to either London Victoria or London Waterloo respectively. The village has a pretty village square with shop and local pub, the parish church of St. Mary's and the village primary school. The area has been renowned for centuries as being of exceptional beauty, with miles of public footpaths and bridleways across the top of the South Downs.
Double glazed front door to enclosed porch with lovely South Downs views and door to
Entrance Hall Opening to
Reception Hall Spacious and with radiator and doors to
Drawing Room A beautifully proportioned room with magnificent Inglenook fireplace with reclaimed elm bressumer and fitted with a slow combustion wood-burning stove. French doors onto patio plus multifold doors to the back garden. TV and satellite points, low voltage downlighters and radiator.
Dining Room 2 square bay windows with South Downs views. 2 radiators and engineered wooden floor. Double doors to
Kitchen Comprehensively equipped with cream Shaker base cupboards and drawers and matching eye level cupboards over, thick oak worktops inset with butler sink and routed drainer. 5-ring Rangemaster oven, concealed freezer and dishwasher. Wooden flooring, low voltage downlighters, door to hall and door to
Rear Lobby/Utility Room Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with worksurfaces and storage beneath. Plumbing for washing machine, double glazed back door, loft hatch and 2 eye level cupboards. Door to
Downstairs Cloakroom Close coupled unit, small storage cupboard.
Office/Bedroom 5 Radiator and TV point.
Bedroom 4 Square bay with radiator and downland views.
En-Suite Shower Room With tiled cubicle, low level WC and wash basin with cupboards beneath. Chrome heated towel rail.
- From the Reception Hall staircase to
Open Landing With downland views, airing cupboard with hot water tank and doors to
Bedroom 1 Lovely southerly views from twin aspects, radiator and eaves storage cupboards.
En-Suite Shower Room With white suite comprising corner shower, low level WC, pedestal wash basin. Low voltage downlighters.
Family Bathroom White suite comprising free standing bath with mixer tap, low level WC, wash basin with cupboards beneath, chrome heated towel rail and part-tiled walls.
Bedroom 2 Double aspects with downland views to front and rear.
Bedroom 3 Downland views and radiator.
Outside The front garden with brick piers opening to a shingled driveway with parking for several cars and an area of lawn fronted by laurel privacy hedging, flower beds and shrubs.
- The rear garden has a south facing patio adjacent to the sitting room and a tarmac-ed driveway leading to a detached car barn. Lawn surrounded by high natural red robin hedging or close board fencing. Outside light and tap. Side access.
Services Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating.
Local Authority Chichester District Council, East Pallant House, Chichester Tel: 01243 785166Council Tax Band: D
Single Car Barn With power and storage cupboard.
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