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  • Town Centre 400 yards Arundel Station 1 mile Chichester 11 miles Brighton 24 miles London 63 miles
  • Entrance Hall Sitting Room/Dining Room Kitchen/Breakfast Room Shower/Cloakroom
  • Two First Floor Double Bedrooms Family Bathroom
  • Second Floor Double Bedroom
  • Rear Garden with Cathedral Views Timber Outbuilding/Summer House/Office Garden


A charming period property believed to have been built in the Victorian era and located in the heart of the popular and sought after town of Arundel. The property is presented in good order throughout with accommodation comprising sitting room with window to front aspect, fireplace with wood burner, understairs cupboard and stairs to first floor. Double doors lead through to a shower/cloakroom with shower cubicle, vanity unit with inset sink, low level WC, heated towel rail and slate flooring, which in turn leads to the kitchen/breakfast room with patio doors to the rear garden, ceramic tiled floor, a range of wall and base units, stainless steel sink and drainer, and space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. The first floor landing has a storage cupboard, stairs to the second floor and doors to two double bedrooms, one with an understairs cupboard. There is a family bathroom which comprises frosted window to the rear, panelled bath with shower over, vanity unit with inset sink, low level WC and heated towel rail. On the second floor there is a further part-panelled bedroom which has a window to the front aspect and a rear Velux window enjoying far reaching views over the rooftops of Arundel. To the rear of the property there is a wonderfully secluded east facing garden which enjoys views of the cathedral and neighbouring rooftops. The garden is predominantly laid to patio with raised brick planters which in turn leads to an area of artificial lawn with steps leading down to a timber outbuilding/summer house/office with power and light. Orchard Place is one of the most sought after cul-de-sac's in Arundel, being within a few hundred yards of the town centre, the cathedral and the beautiful 1,000 acre Arundel Park, yet quiet and with good parking. The delightful town centre of Arundel has a wealth of artisan shops and cafes and is dominated by the Castle of the Duke of Norfolk. The tidal River Arun flows to the Coast and other attractions nearby include the Wild Fowl and Wetlands Centre, the Lido, the beaches to the south and the South Downs National Park to the north.