Located in a quiet cul-de-sac in Aldwick, this 1930's family home has many restored period features. A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate its quiet position, versatile accommodation and quality fixtures and fittings.
The accommodation briefly comprises entrance hallway with ground floor WC and storage, dual aspect sitting room with bay window overlooking the front garden, kitchen with integral appliances
and fitted shaker style units with a door to the sun room/utility, which overlooks the rear garden.
There is a second reception room/ground floor bedroom with bay window and a sun room/dining room with a door to the rear garden.
The first floor comprises three further bedrooms, the principal bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite. The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite.
Outside, the rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with patio, tropical architectural planting, timber sheds and fishponds and has mature, well established borders.
Council Tax Band: E
The property is located in the much sought-after residential area of Aldwick to the west of the seaside town of Bognor Regis centre with its precinct shopping facilities and mainline railway station with connections to London/Victoria and the South Coast. The Aldwick beach, promenade and Marine Park Gardens are within easy walking distance.
Attractive 1930's chalet style house with versatile accommodation in Aldwick cul-de-sac.
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.