With the benefit of a good sized garden and private off street parking, a well proportioned mid terraced property located within level walking distance to the city centre.
Set back from the road this attractive period property provides well proportioned accommodation throughout. Currently configured to provide three double bedrooms and a study, this property, in our opinion, is ideal as a buy to let investment, starter home or, due to easy access to the city's amenities, downsize opportunity.
On the ground floor there is an entrance hall leading to a forward reception room, currently configured as a bedroom, with feature fire surround. Beyond there is a further reception room and to the side a kitchen which opens onto the good sized rear garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, a further bedroom/study and a bathroom. Subject to the usual planning consents there is an opportunity to enlarge the existing accommodation.
The garden extends approximately 82' and is mainly laid to lawn with flowering shrubs and plants to the rear, and a patio immediately outside the kitchen. There is a private gate onto a path allowing pedestrian access back to the Avenue without the need of returning through the property. To the front off street parking is provided for two vehicles.
The property is located off a popular residential street populated by attractive period homes. There is a useful convenience store situated a moments walk away off Whyke Lane along with a recreational ground and playground off Peter Weston Place. The historic centre of Chichester alongside with all the extensive shopping facilities, popular bars and restaurants are nearby and particular features include the internationally renowned Festival Theatre and Pallant House Gallery. Other activities in the region include nearby horse racing, motor racing, flying and golf on the Goodwood Estate, or sailing from Chichester Harbour.
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.