A Georgian style end terrace house situated to the north-east of Felpham village centre.
The property has been extended to create a larger kitchen/breakfast room, office, cloakroom and conservatory. On the ground floor, there is also a sitting room with dining area leading off. Three bedrooms can be found on the first floor along with a bathroom/WC.
Outside, to the front of the property is a garden with a pathway leading to the front door and access to the rear garden. A garage can be found within 100 metres of the property.
Council Tax Band: E
Chain-free house in Felpham with solar panels.
Situated to the north of Felpham village centre and offers a number of facilities and amenities within easy reach including, but not limited to, a post office, a doctors surgery, primary and secondary schools and a leisure centre. A regular bus service links the area to Bognor Regis and Chichester, which both offer a wider range of shops and services.
Why live in Middleton-on-Sea?
The development of modern Middleton began after World War I, when Captain H Rowlands S Coldicott purchased great swathes of farmland with a plan to create both a residential estate and a village community.This led to the development of the private Sea Lane Estate, which is still a sought-after residential area today thanks to its proximity to the sea and local shops. There are also many pretty thatched properties in the area along with small retirement apartments, bungalows and large family homes that enjoy direct access to the sea while, in neighbouring Felpham, we have the glorious private Summerley Estate.