Believed to date back to 1907 is this individually designed home, which has traditionally arranged accommodation with many character features one would expect from a property of this era including solid oak front door, quarry tiled flooring, lead light timber framed windows and latched panel doors.
The accommodation comprises spacious hall, a bright dual aspect sitting room with double glazed patio door leading out to the garden, separate dual aspect dining room with beamed ceiling and feature fireplace and fitted kitchen/breakfast room. There is a rear lobby with cloakroom/WC.
On the first floor, there is a spacious galleried landing, four generous bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC plus a bright southerly facing dual
aspect sun room.
Outside, the property is complemented by gardens to three sides, which are predominantly laid to lawn with rose beds and shrub borders. There is a veranda and rear patio. A driveway leads to a detached garage.
A charming mock Tudor four bedroom detached residence situated in West Bognor.
The seaside town of Bognor Regis offers a wide variety of facilities and amenities including a pedestrianised shopping precinct, numerous
restaurants and bars and a mainline railway station with services to London Victoria and the South Coast. The Aldwick seafront is approximately half a mile with its traditional beach huts and promenade. Aldwick Road shops including a pharmacy and Tesco Express convenient store are a similar distance.
Why live in Bognor Regis & Aldwick?
The town of Bognor earned its seal of royal approval when King George V came here to convalesce in the 1920s. Fast forward and Bognor is now favoured as a commercial hub, with many large retailers moving to the area to take advantage of the wealth of commercial property available. There are also many new residential developments on the edge of the old town that blend well with the period properties and apartments on the seafront.Bognor Regis is one of the sunniest places in the UK and our award-winning beaches are a great place to go to soak up the rays. The huge expanses of sand are bordered by a long esplanade that stretches for nearly three miles and provides the launch pad for the annual International Bognor Birdman competition.