This detached three bedroom 1930's family home is situated in a non estate location on the outer periphery of Bracklesham Bay. Whilst the property requires complete renovation throughout, it has a number of character features typical of this age of property and a lovely large garden along with the potential to extend if required.
The accommodation measures 1,440 sq ft (including the integral garage, excluding the outbuilding) and includes a kitchen overlooking the rear garden, a generous sitting-dining room and a ground floor WC. Stairs from the hall rise to the first floor where three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with roll top bath will all be found.
Outside, a driveway provides off road parking to the front and there is a good sized area of lawn with mature hedgerows framing the plot. The rear garden provides a good degree of privacy and measures some 130ft in length. Once part of an orchard this part of the garden is mainly laid to lawn with an abundance of flowers, shrubs and mature fruit trees. The property has oil-fired central heating and private drainage.
Located some 7 miles south-west of the City of Chichester, the popular coastal village of Bracklesham Bay is an ideal place to enjoy a variety of water sports or admire the lovely view towards the Isle of Wight. Some local shops are close by, although further amenities can be found at the nearby village of East Wittering, including infants/junior school, GP surgery, chemists, dentist, library and a range of quality independent shops. There is a regular bus service to Chichester City centre with its more comprehensive range of shops, restaurants, cinemas, Festival Theatre and main line railway station. The South Downs, Goodwood Racecourse and Motor Circuit are a short distance to the north of Chichester
A detached character house with generous plot offering potential for extension and renovation
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Why live in the Witterings?
People flock to East Wittering during the holiday season thanks to our world-famous beaches that are so beautiful and a way of life that’s relaxed and warm.It’s little wonder we experienced significant building development during the 1960s and ‘80s when our rich mix of character house styles in the Witterings made it hard for people to leave. Many of the properties in the area enjoy wonderful views across the English Channel and the sound of distant waves provides a soothing backing track to everyday life here.