Offers in excess of £999,995
The Property A lovely and characterful detached family house situated in the midst of one of the most popular marine estates. Built in the 1930's the house has retained its original oak panelling throughout the main public rooms and reception hall, and at the time of construction a full size billiard table was craned in to the oak panelled loft to create a fabulous games room, accessed by the original retractable loft ladder. The house is within easy strolling distance of the beach. Outside The front veranda and full width balcony face due south and has a lovely and well-maintained back garden. There is a double garage and the plot measures 0.25 acres. The Sea Lane Estate residents have the use of twittens through the estate to the greensward and popular beach. The Location Middleton-on-Sea village provides a wide range of local facilities including a primary school, doctors surgery, pharmacy, a popular sports and social club, Post Office and a range of local shops including an award winning fish and chip shop. More comprehensive facilities can be found at Arundel to the north or Chichester to the west. A mainline train station can be found at nearby Barnham, providing regular services to London Victoria via Gatwick Airport. There is an abundance of local leisure activities on the South Coast including boating and water sports at Littlehampton marina and Chichester harbour. The beautiful South Downs National Park provides miles of footpaths and bridleways. The Goodwood Estate offers horseracing, motor racing, golf and a variety of other activities including the world famous Festival of Speed and Revival. Agents Note: there is a private estate charge of £245 per annum.
Quarry tiled path and step to wide, full-width open veranda and original front door with leaded light, stained glass panels, opening to
Reception Hall Beautifully preserved original oak panelling, with original fitted mirror, radiator and oak panel doors.
Sitting Room Further oak panelling and open fireplace currently fitted with coal effect electric fire. TV and telephone point, 2 radiators and oak beam. Double aspect and French doors to the veranda.
Study/Snug Double aspect, radiator and TV point. 4 wall light points.
Bathroom White suite comprising panel enclosed bath, low level WC and wash basin inset to vanity surfaces, cupboards and kick heater below. Strip light and shaver point.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room Comprehensively equipped with wide range of base cupboards and drawers, with matching eye level cupboards over. Peninsular with drawers beneath, large 6 ring combination stove, concealed fridge and dishwasher. Lovely garden views and concealed radiator. TV point.
Dining Room Radiator and double aspect. TV point.
Rear Lobby With larder, sun room and utility room. Plumbing for washing machine, gas boiler and single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Cupboards and drawers.
- From the Entrance turning staircase with half landing to
First Floor Landing Deep linen cupboard and doors to
Bedroom 1 2 double wardrobes, TV point, French doors to full-width south facing balcony and door to
En-Suite Shower Room Tiled shower cubicle with Mira control, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Wall and floor tiling, strip light and shaver point, low voltage downlighters.
Bedroom 2 Double aspect, TV point, radiator and single wardrobe.
En-Suite Shower Room Tiled cubicle with Mira controls, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Part tiled walls, strip light and shaver point, extractor fan.
Family Bathroom With part sunken jacuzzi bath, pedestal wash basin and integrated TV. Original Art Deco heated towel rail and part tiled walls.
Separate WC With pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Tiled walls and low voltage downlighters.
Bedroom 3 Radiator, 3 double and 1 single wardrobes, French door to south facing full-width balcony. TV point.
Bedroom 4 Double aspect with lovely garden views, TV point, single wardrobe.
Bedroom 5 Radiator, TV point and wardrobe.
- From the First Floor Landing there is a retractable original oak ladder to
Billiard Room With lovely original oak wall and ceiling panelling, and with full size billiard table with hanging light and scoreboard. Views from dormer windows to the north as far as the South Downs. Boarded and illuminated eaves storage.
Front Garden Well maintained front garden with shaped hedges and lawn, well planted and colourful herbaceous beds, path to full-width veranda and tarmac driveway for several cars leading to
Detached Double Garage Double up-and-over doors, light and power.
Back Garden Very good size with well-maintained lawn, shrub beds and borders, York stone terrace and rockery with pond, rear seating area. The whole is well-screened with high brick walls or hedging. Outside light and tap and side access on either side.
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