Charming period cottage situated in the popular village of Southbourne, tucked away on a quiet street the house benefits from a large west facing garden, spacious principal rooms and is well presented throughout.
To the front of the house is the good sized sitting room with high ceilings, feature fire place and plantation style shutters. To the rear is the fully renovated kitchen dining room with a range of modern fitted units, space for appliances, central breakfast bar, fire place and access to the garden.
Upstairs are three well proportioned double bedrooms with the master and second bedroom benefiting from feature fireplaces. The rooms are serviced by a white fitted bathroom suite with shower over bath, pedestal sink and tiled walls.
The west facing rear garden stretches back some 80 feet and enjoys plenty of sun throughout the day. Largely laid to lawn the garden has been well planted with mature shrubs and trees, there is also a useful store.
The entire house has been finished beautifully with the present owners sympathetic refurbishment featuring modern flourishes whilst keeping the properties character and charm firmly intact.
On the eastern boundary of Emsworth is the village of Southbourne, which has a small railway station, is also on the 700 bus route between Portsmouth and Brighton. The A259 road, formerly designated A27 runs through the village.
Southbourne has a separate Infant School and Junior School and is home to Bourne Community College, which takes secondary pupils from around the area. Bourne Leisure centre and a Library both serve surrounding villages and settlements. There are various local shops along the Main Road and Stein Road. The area South of the Main Road with access to Chichester Harbour is known as Prinsted. It has a conservation area with a number of thatched roof properties.
From the Fishbourne roundabout by Tesco take Main road (A259) and follow the road through the villages of Fishbourne, Bosham and Nutbourne. As you enter Southbourne take a right into Stein Road then a left into First Avenue. After a short while on the left will be Second Avenue.
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