Guide price £589,950
An attractive three bedroom brick and flint cottage, believed to have been built in 1989, forming part of a prestigious wharf development in the heart of Arundel old town with the benefit of a private courtyard garden and an allocated parking space. The property is presented in good order throughout and comprises entrance hall with airing/utility cupboard with space for tumble dryer, cloaks cupboard and ground floor bathroom with window to side aspect, vanity unit with inset sink, low level WC, bath with electric shower over, heated towel rail and ceramic tiled flooring. There is a ground floor double bedroom/reception room with window overlooking the garden, sitting room with patio doors onto the rear garden and stairs to the first floor. The double aspect kitchen/dining room has a wonderful bay window, a range of wall and base units, wooden worktops, sink with drainer, electric oven with gas hob and extractor hood, integral dishwasher and space and plumbing for washing machine and space for an American style fridge freezer. To the first floor the landing has a Velux window and storage cupboard, and provides access to the main bedroom which has built-in storage with hanging rail along with additional eaves storage and concertina door leading to the shower room with vanity unit and inset sink, low level WC, shower cubicle and heated towel rail. There is a further bedroom with built-in cupboards and eaves storage which completes the first floor. To the front of the property there is a brick pavier allocated parking space and a small flower bed with mature flowers and shrubs, and a useful storage cupboard to the side of the front door. The east facing rear garden is fully enclosed by a brick and flint wall, being hard landscaped with raised flower beds with flowers and shrubs, and space for a timber garden shed. The delightful town centre of Arundel has a wealth of artisan shops and bistros, 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 Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, the Lido, the beautiful beaches to the south and the South Downs National Park to the north. The surrounding countryside provides many recreational pursuits including golf, mountain biking, walking on the numerous footpaths and bridle paths and gliding from the South Downs near Storrington. There is a mainline railway station at Arundel serving Gatwick Airport in around forty-five minutes and London Victoria in around one hour thirty minutes. The cathedral city of Chichester provides comprehensive shopping facilities along with the popular Festival Theatre.
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