An opportunity to purchase an Arts & Crafts townhouse which is available to the market for the first time in 60 years. The property was designed by Joseph Hansom in 1860 and enjoys versatile accommodation with three double bedrooms, delightful courtyard garden and superb views of the Cathedral.
Situated in a sought-after position being easily accessible to the towns facilities. There are good transport links to surrounding areas via both the A27 and A29, whilst Arundel mainline station provides a London and coastal service.
This Grade II Listed town house is arranged over 3 floors and provides well-presented accommodation with character features such as high ceilings, Mullion windows and fireplaces. This row of 3 unique town houses, were designed by architect JA Hansom who also designed Arundel Cathedral and inventor of the famous Hansom cab.
The ground floor comprises a charming sitting room with open fireplace and gas fire within. Leading through is the ‘L-shaped’ kitchen/dining room which overlooks the garden and is fitted with a Rayburn cooker and space for appliances. There are French doors to the garden, together with a useful pantry cupboard.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms which enjoy original feature fireplaces, and the family bathroom which is fitted with a white suite.
The second floor provides a large dual-aspect double bedroom with striking Cathedral views, and an ensuite shower room consisting of shower cubicle, WC & hand wash basin.
Outside is an attractive courtyard garden which is paved for easy maintenance. There is a raised flower bed, a store with WC, and steps to a gate allowing rear access.
From our office proceed up the High Street and take the second exit onto Maltravers Street, number 40 can be found on the right hand side.
As the sellers agent we are not surveyors or conveyancing experts and as such we cannot and do not comment on the condition of the property or issues that may affect this property, unless we have been made aware of such matters. Interested parties should employ their own professionals to make such enquiries before making any transactional decisions.