Detached family home set in an enviable position within the sought after village of Birdham to the south of Chichester. The house benefits from well proportioned bedrooms, open plan living space, garage and wrap around gardens which find the sun throughout the day.
To the front of the ground floor is the modern fitted kitchen breakfast room with Aga, central island, units at base and eye level and access to the garden. Adjacent is the spacious living dining room with triple aspect windows, open fireplace and patio doors leading to the rear section of the garden. Completing downstairs is useful utility/shower room.
Upstairs are four good sized bedrooms with the largest benefiting from built in wardrobes. The bedrooms are serviced by a fitted family bathroom with tiled walls and shower over bath.
Externally there are wrap around gardens which enjoy southerly and westerly aspects for plenty of sun throughout the day. The front is laid largely to lawn with the rear an attractive courtyard seating area. There is ample parking for two cars and a spacious double garage.
The house is presented well throughout and a well worked layout makes the most of the floor space across both floors. The location is superb with schools, shops and transport links all on the doorstep, both The Witterings and Chichester are a short drive or cycle and the house is brilliantly positioned for coastal walks as well as easy access to Chichester harbour.
The village of Birdham is renowned for its marina, and there is a useful village shop, garage and church, as well as a cricket ground. The village has an excellent mixture of period and contemporary properties and there is also a village school. Chichester has an extensive range of shops and restaurants, as well as amenities including the Festival Theatre and Pallant House Gallery. Sporting activities in the area include sailing at Chichester Harbour and windsurfing at nearby West Wittering.
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