Guide price £1,200,000
A fantastic 1930's four bedroom property that has recently been extended and beautifully modernised to an exceptionally high standard, enjoying a wonderful and carefully thought out secluded south facing garden, located on the prestigious Aldwick Bay Estate. The accommodation comprises entrance hallway with engineered oak flooring, radiator, cloaks cupboard, cloakroom with frosted window to front, low level WC with concealed cistern and engineered oak flooring. A door then leads through to the dining room with large window to rear overlooking the garden, stairs to first floor and arch leading through to a double aspect sitting room with original brick fireplace and inset wood burner and further arch leading through to the garden room which is triple aspect with patio doors. The triple aspect kitchen/dining room comprises of a range of wall and base units, wooden worktops, stainless steel sink and drainer, electric oven, gas hob with extractor hood over, integral dishwasher, ceramic flooring, patio door leading onto the rear garden and roof lantern over dining area. A utility room with window overlooking the rear garden, a range of base units, wooden worktops, stainless steel sink and drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for American style fridge/freezer, ceramic tiled flooring completes the ground floor. To the first floor the landing has a window to front aspect, access to loft, cloakroom with low level WC and concealed cistern and sink. Doors leading to the main bedroom with built-in wardrobes, impressive glazed sliding door leading to the vaulted en-suite bathroom which is beautifully appointed with window to rear aspect, low level WC, vanity unit with twin sinks, oval freestanding bath, walk-in shower, wood effect ceramic flooring with electric underfloor heating and two powered Velux windows with blackout blinds. Bedroom 2 has a window to rear aspect, door leading to an en-suite shower room with vanity unit and inset sink, low level WC, shower cubicle and is fully tiled. Bedroom 3 with window to rear aspect, steps leading down to a dressing area with built-in storage and hanging space, and a further door leading to the en-suite shower room with frosted window to front aspect, vanity unit with inset sink, low level WC, walk-in shower, heated towel rail and ceramic flooring. Bedroom 4 has a window to front aspect and a built-in wardrobe. There is a family bathroom with frosted window to front aspect, vanity unit, inset sink, bath with shower screen which completes the first floor. To the front of the property there is a large gravel area providing ample off-road parking for several vehicles along with an electric charging point and an area of lawn with flower and shrub borders. There is a single garage with power and light. The rear garden is fully enclosed, south facing and offering a good level of privacy and seclusion, partly laid to lawn with gravel walkways and seating areas, a generous patio area running along the back of the house, mature flower and shrub borders and a wood burning hot tub. There is an impressive home office/studio with windows and sliding door leading onto the garden, electric radiator, sliding pocket door leading to a shower/cloakroom with vanity unit, inset sink, low level WC with concealed cistern, walk-in shower and electric heated towel rail. The Aldwick Bay private Estate was created in the late 1920's and has become a highly sought after area with the residents having access to a private beach. There is also a nearby parade of shops and a little further afield are the more comprehensive facilities and seafront at Bognor Regis. West Wittering, famous for its sandy Blue Flag beaches close to the mouth of Chichester Harbour and the National Trust Reserve at East Head can be found 11 miles to the west and provides many opportunities for swimming, windsurfing and kite surfing. Apart from its internationally known racecourse, Goodwood also provides a private country club, hotel, airfield/historic motor circuit and plays host to the annual Festival of Speed and September Revival meetings. There are exceptional walking, horse riding and mountain biking opportunities to be enjoyed to the north in the South Downs National Park. Additional shopping facilities are available in the Cathedral City of Chichester with its pedestrianised city centre which include a good choice of restaurants, cafes as well as cultural attractions such as the Pallant Gallery and the internationally known Festival Theatre.
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