An immaculately presented modern detached three bedroom house, built in 2017 set on a bespoke private development in the heart of Summersdale. Less than half a mile from the city centre. Set over three floors the property benefits from having a southerly facing rear garden and two allocated parking spaces.
As you enter the property into the hallway you will find the cloakroom comprising of white basin and WC. Located at the end of the hallway is a handy utility/storage cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine. The modern fitted kitchen has a range of eye and base level units. Integrated oven and hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Leading on from this is a spacious, bright open plan dining and lounge area. With ample room for a dining table and chairs. Bi Fold doors lead out onto a private south facing garden which enjoys plenty of sunshine. There is a garden shed and side gate giving access to the side and rear of the property.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms both with built in wardrobes and bedroom two benefiting from having an en suite shower room. The family bathroom comprises of a white suite with shower over bath. Stairs to the second floor lead to the spacious master bedroom with built in wardrobes offering generous storage space.
To the front of the property are two designated parking spaces.
The property was built in 2017 by Pathway Construction and there are 5 years remaining on the Premier Homes Guarantee. The house benefits from having 6 solar panels which generate electricity which is either used by the owner or fed back into the grid.
King William Close is located North of the in the beautiful city of Chichester, in the heart of Summersdale. Close to Chichester’s popular high street shopping, Chichester Festival Theatre, restaurants and bars and the The Goodwood Estate, with golf and horse racing as well as a range of motoring events from Revival to the Festival of Speed.
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