Situated within a fine country setting, a very pretty downland cottage, located within one of the regions most popular downland villages surrounded by the Goodwood estate.
Set within grounds of approximately 0.25 acres, with beautiful downland views, this charming cottage is positioned within a tucked away position in the centre of the village.
With brick and flint elevations, and not Grade II listed, the property is arranged over a single storey with the principal accommodation looking across the main garden. Upon entering there is good sized entrance hall which opens through to a lovely south-east facing sitting room. Features include a curved bay window and a brick built fire surround and wood burning stove. Behind the sitting room, within an attached lean-to, there is useful study. In the southern wing of the cottage there is a charming county kitchen/breakfast room with feature aga. From the kitchen there are distant views towards the downs and Charlton forest. Completing the accommodation there are two double bedrooms (one en suite shower room) a family bathroom and a rear entrance lobby to the garden.
The garden is a particular feature. Arranged across 0.25 acres and predominantly south east facing, the property backs onto an open field owned by the Goodwood estate, and affords stunning views across the village and further afield. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with many flowering shrubs and plants within the borders. Towards one end there is a useful vegetable patch and a good sized greenhouse and at the other end there is garden store.
Approached from the adjacent lane off street parking is provided along with access to a detached garage, with a dry log store alongside.
The property occupies a charming, tucked away position in the heart of the highly regarded South Downs village of Charlton, some 7 miles to the north of Chichester, close to Goodwood and with far-reaching country views over the Goodwood estate. The village has an excellent public house (The Fox Goes Free), well known for good food and hospitality and Singleton to the west has a primary school, as well as being home to the Weald and Downland Museum. A further popular primary school, along with local shopping facilities, may be found at West Dean. The Cathedral city of Chichester offers an excellent range of shopping and cultural amenities, including the renowned Festival Theatre, galleries, museums and restaurants. A mainline railway station at Chichester offers services to London (Victoria and Gatwick), whilst Haslemere to the north provides a faster service to London (Waterloo). Leisure pursuits within the area include polo from Cowdray Park, horse racing and the annual Festival of Speed and Revival Meetings at Goodwood, golf and tennis. Sailing may be enjoyed from the many centres around Chichester Harbour and both kite and windsurfing from the well-known beaches at West Wittering.