Guide price £675,000
Located in the village of Walberton lying between Chichester and Arundel, Malt Cottage is a charming period village property offering attractive accommodation of great character. The generous ground floor accommodation comprises of dining room with wood block flooring throughout which in turn opens to a beautiful fitted shaker style kitchen with a range of wall and base units, granite worktops, double butler sink and Travertine tiled floor. Running along the back of the kitchen and dining room is a partially vaulted garden room with tiled flooring, glazed roof and two sets of casement doors that provide access out onto a large entertaining terrace. The ground floor also benefits from a sitting room as well as a study which again provides access out onto the rear gardens. There is also a ground floor cloaks/shower/utility room. On the first floor the master bedroom has a partially vaulted ceiling with en-suite cloakroom. There is a family bathroom, a separate shower room, second bedroom and third bedroom or dressing room. Outside, Malt Cottage has an area of roadside parking to the front and a small area of walled garden. The beautiful south facing rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature flower and shrub borders, is partially walled, offers wonderfully privacy/seclusion and backs onto neighbouring paddocks. The property is located in the village of Walberton which has its own ancient parish church, local shops and primary school. Arundel can be found approximately four miles to the east, dominated by the castle of the Duke of Norfolk and has an excellent range of local artisan shops and bistros. Other attractions include the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre and Arundel Lido. The more comprehensive facilities of Chichester can be found within approximately 7 miles to the west. Both Arundel and Chichester have mainline stations to London Victoria and the surrounding countryside provides many recreational pursuits including a full horse racing calendar at Goodwood as well as the Festival of Speed and the Revival meeting at its historic motor circuit.
Front door to small area of
Entrance Hall With stairs rising to first floor landing, covered radiator, wood block flooring, opening to
Dining Room 4.70m x 4.60m (15'5" x 15'1") Wood block flooring continues, painted ceiling timbers, covered radiator, breakfast bar. Opens to
Garden Room 6.78m x 1.73m (22'3" x 5'8") Running the length of the dining room and kitchen with tiled floor, glass ceiling, two sets of casement doors provide access out onto an entertaining terrace and the rear garden.
Kitchen 5.05m x 2.82m (16'7" x 9'3") Tiled flooring throughout. The kitchen is equipped with a good range of matching wall and floor units comprising of cupboards and drawers with space for cooker and overhead extractor hood, work surfaces with double butler sink with mixer tap, cupboard housing Vaillant gas fired boiler, further corner cupboard, glazed wall cupboard and fitted bookshelves.
Sitting Room 4.78m x 4.60m (15'8" x 15'1") Brick fireplace with stone hearth fitted with gas fire, lovely views over the rear garden, 2 built-in storage cupboards, painted ceiling timbers, door to
Study 3.76m x 2.72m (12'4" x 8'11") Casement door to terrace and garden, range of built-in storage cupboards, downlighting.
Ground Floor Shower/Cloak/Utility Room 2.92m x 2.36m (9'7" x 7'9") Tiled flooring throughout, butler sink with storage cupboards below and area of worksurface to either side. Walk-in fully tiled shower cubicle with fitted Mira shower unit, further storage cupboards, plumbing for washing machine and low level WC.
- Stairs rise to
First Floor Landing Built-in bookshelves, access to loft and built-in linen cupboards.
Shower Room Tiled walls with walk-in fully tiled shower cubicle with fitted shower unit, heated towel rail.
Bathroom Part tiled walls, equipped with pedestal hand basin, low level WC, panelled bath with period style mixer tap, radiator, downlighting.
Bedroom 1 4.47m max 3.84m min x 4.27m Partially vaulted room, good range of built-in wardrobe cupboards, radiator, views over the rear garden.
En-Suite Cloakroom Tiled floor and part-tiled walls equipped with low level WC, hand basin with storage cupboards below, heated towel rail, downlighting.
Bedroom 2 4.8m max 4.22m min x 2.62m Radiator, built-in wardrobe cupboards.
Dressing Room/Bedroom 3 3.02m x 1.90m (9'11" x 6'3") Built-in wardrobe cupboard and hanging space.
Outside Front GardenArea of off-road parking adjacent to the property. There is also a small area of walled paved garden.Rear GardenTo the rear of Malt Cottage lies a particularly attractive rear garden that has been beautifully landscaped and comprises of a large entertaining terrace that can be found off the back of the property with raised flower borders and beds. Outside water tap. Steps rise under a timber arch to an area of formal lawned garden. This area is partly walled and again comprises of well stocked flower borders with a number of herbaceous and flowering plants and mature hedging. There is a further entertaining terrace with pergola over and timber arch with climbing rose leading to the rear garden where there is an area of lawn, 2 timber garden sheds, paved terrace and well stocked borders. This area of garden is particularly attractive as it backs onto open paddocks.
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