Flansham, Bognor Regis, PO22

5 Bed │ 3 Bath │ 4 Rec

Guide Price £950,000 Freehold

Middleton-on-Sea

Richard Longhurst

Partner

Key features

  • Spacious Detached House
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • Semi-Rural Locality
  • Four/Five Reception Rooms
  • Five Double Bedrooms (Two En-Suites)
  • Family Bath/Shower Room
  • Three Loft Rooms
  • Double Car Barn And Accommodation Over
  • Delightful Gardens

Full description

Old Barn House is an impressive detached residence which is situated in an enviable location in Hoe Lane and forms part of the hamlet of Flansham.

The spacious and versatile accommodation includes an impressive reception hall with feature staircase leading to the first floor. There is also a dual aspect sitting room, formal dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, boot room, utility room/kitchenette and pleasant garden room. There is also two cloakrooms on the ground floor.

On the first floor, five double bedrooms can be found with two benefiting from en-suite facilities and there is also a further bath/shower room on this floor. A staircase leads from the landing up to three loft rooms, all with windows.

Outside, the property stands in impressive gardens to three sides of the property. The principal garden is of a southerly aspect and enjoys a range of mature shrubs and trees. An outbuilding provides a useful workshop area. A long driveway provides the approach to a double car barn with accommodation over, which has a telephone line, power and lighting.

Situation

Situation

Hoe Lane forms part of the hamlet of Flansham, which is situated north of Felpham village. The coastal village of Felpham offers a wide range of facilities including a sports centre with swimming pool, golf club and a range of useful shops. Felpham sailing club and Middleton sports club are also nearby. The historic Arundel, the Cathedral City of Chichester and the famous Goodwood motor circuit and racecourse can all be found within approximately a ten mile radius.

An impressive detached house situated in a pleasant hamlet.

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.

Middleton-on-Sea is within easy reach of Chichester and Bognor Regis and is a perfect setting for family life. We have two local schools, including the Bishop Tufnell Primary School and the Felpham Community College for secondary students, along with a day nursery for pre-school children. We also have a good range of shops for such a small village, including coffee shops, a Post Office, a family butcher, a general store, newsagent, fish and chip shops, gift shops, a florist and some friendly pubs.

At low tide, Middleton-on-Sea’s sandy beach stretches from Littlehampton to Bognor Regis and is a favourite for local dog walkers and those who enjoy the fresh air and tranquillity of the sea.  Elmer Sands, a mile east of Middleton, is a particular beauty spot, enhanced by the interesting rock islands that were built as a sea defence two decades ago and which have left rock pools and safe areas for swimming and beginner water sports. Over in Felpham you’ll find beachfront cafés, the Arun Leisure Centre, which has a swimming pool and a well equipped gym, and public tennis courts next to the Promenade.

If you’d like to buy, sell or let a property in Middleton-on-Sea, get in touch with your local team and discover the Henry Adams difference for yourself.

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