A mid terrace period cottage, with distant rural views in the South Downs National Park surrounded by 6,350 acres of the West Dean Estate.
This mid terraced property, now requiring updating, offers three bedrooms on the first floor, with the family bathroom, sitting room and kitchen/dining room on the ground floor. The property has a front and rear garden and an outside store.
The hamlet of Binderton, just under 5 miles to the north of the cathedral city of Chichester, is surrounded by the rich countryside of the South Downs National Park. A notable former resident of the hamlet was prime minister Sir Anthony Eden. Today the surrounding Lavant valley provides stunning vistas towards the ancient woodland of Kingley Vale to the south west, Goodwood Estate to the east and famous West Dean Estate and College to the north. Within West Dean there is a popular primary school, village shop and cafe, a public house and the historic Saxon church of St Andrews. The nearby Centurion Way cycle path links West Dean to Chichester.