Situated on the southern side of this sought after private estate and with rural views, a charming and well presented detached house, a close walk from the sandy Blue Flag beach at West Wittering.
Located towards the end off this sought-after private estate, 17 The Wad is a light and well presented detached property situated away from any through traffic and set within a rarely available south-facing plot with views from the rear over fields towards West Strand.
The property offers well proportioned accommodation and subject to the usual planning consents allows to enlarge the existing footprint. On the ground floor there are two reception rooms which include a sitting and separate dining room, both of which have sliding doors opening onto the garden and patio. To the side there is a kitchen/breakfast room with ample storage and access down one side of the property. A cloakroom and entrance hall completes the ground floor.
Upstairs all four bedrooms provide built-in storage, with the main bedroom enjoying a wonderful southerly outlook. To the front there is a family bathroom.
To the rear of the property the garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a further expanse of lawn located towards the front. Off street parking is provided on the driveway, with space for trailer storage, along with access to a good sized attached garage.
17 The Wad is located off a much sought-after private Close within the highly regarded coastal village of West Wittering, voted amongst the top ten coastal locations in the Sunday Times. A particular feature of the property is the central village location, with amenities all within level walking distance. West Wittering has a beautiful, sandy, Blue Flag beach with views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight and there is also a Sailing Club for West Wittering residents. There is an infants/junior school, cricket and football clubs, church and small range of shops. Further facilities located at East Wittering village include: a medical practice, chemist, dentist, library, two mini supermarkets, post office, butcher, fishmonger, baker, greengrocer and other independent shops. There is also a regular bus service to Chichester. The historic cathedral of Chichester is just under 8 miles to the North East, with a lively hub of shopping amenities and commerce. There is a comprehensive range of social and recreational facilities including a multi-screen cinema, sports centres with swimming pools and a fine selection of restaurants, public houses, wine bars and bistros. In addition, there is the recently extended award-winning Pallant House Gallery and internationally acclaimed Festival Theatre. The mainline station in Chichester provides a regular service to London Victoria in about 1 hour 35 minutes (via Gatwick Airport), and Havant station to the west provides a faster service to London Waterloo in about 1 hour 20 minutes.