Beautifully presented, this exceptionally pretty Sussex flint cottage combines a delightful period feel with contemporary living. Situated in the heart of Boxgrove village, the property benefits from an annexe with obvious B and B potential and off-street parking.
A delightful cottage, beautifully presented and constructed of brick and flint elevations beneath a clay tiled roof. The front garden, enclosed by low level flint built walls has a pathway that provides access to the front door. The sitting room has a floor to ceiling exposed brick fireplace housing a wood burner together with exposed floorboards. The well appointed kitchen/dining room is complimented by a Travertine tiled floor, while the kitchen itself is well thought out with granite worktops.
A hidden stairwell provides access to the first floor landing which in turn gives way to the main bedroom, second bedroom and a thoughtfully laid out bathroom. From the landing there is access via a fold down ladder to a loft room with a Velux window which is currently utilised as an office space.
From the kitchen area a door gives way to a covered access to the annexe. This brick and flint built structure beneath a pitched clay tiled roof can be used as a reception room/bedroom to the main house or as an independent space. It provides a spacious open plan room with a lantern light, a bank of cupboards in part housing an integral fridge and freezer, together with a shower room off and double glazed French doors to the garden. The annexe represents a clear bed and breakfast opportunity with independent access from the rear of the property.
Outside and to the rear, a paved pathway leads from the kitchen door to the garden where there is a paved patio with steps to the lawn, all enclosed with flower borders. There is a large garden shed and gate to a parking area at the rear that accommodates two vehicles.
The property is located at the heart of the popular village of Boxgrove, close to the historic 12th century Boxgrove Priory and church. The village itself has a local shop, primary school and village hall. There is a popular public house situated in the village of Halnaker, which is approximately 0.5 miles away. The Goodwood Estate, situated just to the north of Boxgrove, famously provides horse racing events and motoring festivals. Goodwood also has a golf club and health club, including a gym and swimming pool. The historic cathedral city of Chichester is approximately 4 miles away, and offers a wide range of shops and restaurants, as well as the internationally renowned Chichester Festival Theatre and Pallant House Gallery.
Communications are excellent with a mainline station providing a regular service to London Victoria in about 1 hour 40 minutes, and Havant station provides a faster service to London Waterloo in about 1 hour 20 minutes. The A27 trunk road provides access to Worthing and Brighton to the east and Portsmouth, Havant and Southampton to the West.