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Tarrant Street, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18

Guide price £975,000

Under offer

3 Beds 3 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: CHI220087

Arundel Old Town


  • Beautifully Appointed Victorian Four Storey Townhouse,
  • Listed Grade II
  • Located in the Heart of Old Town Arundel
  • Within 0.5 miles of Arundel Station
  • Entrance Hall, Drawing Room and Reception Room
  • Lower Ground Floor Inner Hall, Utility and Cloakroom
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • First Floor Main Bedroom Suite with En-Suite Bathroom
  • Second Floor Guest Bedroom Suite with Dressing Area and En-Suite Bathroom
  • Further Bedroom and Shower Room
  • Courtyard Garden


An elegant and beautifully appointed Victorian four storey townhouse, Listed Grade II, and believed to have been built around the mid 19th Century, with brick front elevation and brick and flint rear elevation, a pretty/secluded walled courtyard garden and conveniently located in a popular residential street in the heart of old town Arundel. The property is approached up a small flight of steps, sided by cast iron railings leading to the front door, which in turn leads into an entrance hall with wooden flooring, glazed door to rear courtyard garden, stairs to first floor and stairs to lower ground floor. There is a beautiful Drawing room with sash window to front aspect, working fireplace, wooden flooring, picture rail and a further reception room, with sash window to rear aspect, working fireplace and built-in book shelving/storage, which completes the ground floor. Stairs lead to the lower ground floor where there is a small inner hall with a door to the utility room with a range of wall and base units, stainless steel sink and drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer and space for fridge/freezer, wooden flooring and door to a separate cloakroom with low level WC, sink, tiled flooring and understairs storage cupboard. A door then leads through to a wonderful spacious dining area with wooden flooring which in turn leads through to the kitchen with a range of wall and base units, wooden worktops, butler sink, gas Aga with extractor over and back door leading through to steps which in turn lead up to the courtyard garden. Stairs from the ground floor then head up to the first floor with a half landing and a feature window with a door leading to the impressive main bedroom suite with windows to front aspect, wooden flooring, built-in wardrobes and door leading through to a large en-suite bathroom with window to rear, rolltop bath, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, radiator, separate electric heated towel rail and cupboard housing hot water tank. Further stairs with again with a half landing and window lead to the second floor with door to a shower room with window to rear, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, large shower and heated towel rail. An inner landing with a storage cupboard provides access to a guest bedroom suite with a window to front aspect, an arch leading through to a dressing area with built-in wardrobes and a door into an en-suite bathroom which has a window to rear, panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, radiator and electric towel rail. A further bedroom with a window to front aspect and built-in wardrobe completes the second floor. Outside there is a wonderfully private and secluded brick and flint walled courtyard garden with a feature arch incorporating a mirror, a brick floor and stairs, protected by cast iron railings, leading down to the kitchen door. 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 and the prominent Cathedral. The tidal River Arun flows to the Coast and other attractions nearby include the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, the Lido, the Castle cricket ground, the beautiful beaches to the south and the South Downs National Park to the north. There is a wide choice of sporting and recreational activities in the surrounding area, including mountain biking, walking on the numerous footpaths and bridle paths, horse racing at both Fontwell Park and Goodwood, polo at Cowdray Park, numerous golf courses, sailing in Chichester Harbour and The Solent. 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. To the West the cathedral city of Chichester provides comprehensive shopping facilities arranged within a partly pedestrianised centre.