Sitting within it’s own 0.33 of an acre plot, this superb detached house has been the subject of various improvements over the years. There is a wonderful triple aspect fitted kitchen comprising granite work tops and incorporating Neff appliances such as a dishwasher, electric induction hob, extractor chimney, built in combination microwave and single and double ovens. There is a water softener and filtered drinking water tap. Thoughtful slide out food storage unit and comprehensive range of cupboards and drawers. The slate effect floor tiles in both the kitchen and utility room are by Karndean. The utility room leads into the double garage as well as the front and rear gardens.
The generous reception hall has woodblock flooring which leads into both the sitting and dining room. There is a good sized cloakroom. The triple aspect drawing room allows the light to flood in and has a marble open fireplace however currently used for TV aerial and power connections . On the first floor the master bedroom suite has a shower room and walk in fitted wardrobe, there are 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
With respect to the general improvements to the property, a pitched roof has been added above the master bedroom suite, the property was rewired in 2008 and a new gas fired central heating system installed, supplemented by a solar heating system for domestic hot water. The driveway has been levelled and shaped in a semi circular fashion to give a sweeping entrance and exit. The house has replacement double glazing throughout.
The rear gardens are a quite delightful place to be with a raised terrace made from Indian sandstone. A fabulous water feature has been created from the old fireplace in the garden which is principally laid to lawn. There are fruit trees and specimen plants in abundance among the borders. There are also a number of individual vegetable and fruit plots.
Runcton lies just south east of the cathedral city of Chichester and is a pleasant hamlet with an excellent farm shop nearby. Chichester itself was originally of Roman heritage and has a mix of Georgian and Victorian architecture. There are a multitude of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. A particular attraction is the internationally renown Festival Theatre. The city has a mainline railway station to London Victoria and other coastal towns.
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From the Bognor roundabout at the bottom of Bognor Road in Chichester, take the third exit into Vinnetrow Road. Continue right to the end and turn left at the junction towards Pagham (by the Walnut Tree public house). After a short distance turn right into Brookside and right into Brookside Close. The property is on the left hand side.