Converted from a Grade II listed 18th Century Mill in 2016, a stunning and spacious apartment finished to exacting standards throughout and with the benefit of private gated parking.
Located in Little London, a quiet street within the City Walls, this stylish apartment benefits from having Priory Park, Marks & Spencer Food, The Festival theatre, Pallant Galley and the coffee shops and facilities of the city centre on your doorstep.
In Chichester during the 16th Century the main commodities were wheat and malt for brewing and leather tanning. Stephen Hack inherited the leather merchants founded by his father and, in 1804 moved it into the Sadlers Warehouse building in Little London. A local architect Stanley Roth purchased the disused Mill in the early 1960's which he leased to the Council to open a new museum in 1964. The building remained as the Chichester District Museum until 2012 when it moved to the new Novium building in Tower Street.
This prestigious development won a prestigious Sussex Heritage Trust award in 2016 and retains many of the unique features of this historic building. The orientation and layout of this apartment has been designed to take advantage of the existing large windows, creating an extremely desirable light and spacious open plan living space. The property incorporates the very best in contemporary finishes and fittings, with Italian designed kitchens and Duravit bathrooms. The wooden flooring throughout the living areas are bespoke to Sadlers Warehouse, having been carefully sourced and fumed to get the desired colour and texture. The property benefits from two double bedrooms with built in wardrobes and bathrooms en-suite, a cloakroom and large open plan kitchen, dining, living room and mezzanine, ideal for use as a study. Further features include a stunning vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and internal brick walls. The apartment further benefits with a private parking space located within the gated courtyard behind.
The communal areas of the building are light and spacious, having been finished with a mix of stone and wooden floors with a dramatic feature wall. The upper floors can be reached via an iron staircase or alternatively via a glass lift which has been installed.