Located in the heart of historic Chichester, a most interesting Grade II listed period townhouse with 2/3 bedrooms, 2 en suites and character features including some exposed beams and large paned sash windows.
Ideally located in West Pallant, in the heart of historic Chichester, this period townhouse offers character with versatile accommodation arranged over four floors. The sitting room enjoys a wide boarded floor with open fire ideal for the installation of a wood burner. The kitchen is modern, fitted and gives access to the courtyard. The converted basement is a superb space and would make a wonderful hobby space, TV snug or cinema room for example. Upstairs and to the first floor there is the principal bedroom with en suite and to the second floor there is a further bedroom with en suite and a study or third bedroom. Outside and to the rear there is a modest courtyard providing essential outside space.
Within Chichester there is a wide choice of social and recreational activities, which include nearby tennis courts, sports centres with swimming pools, and a fine selection of restaurants, wine bars and bistros. In addition, for those in pursuit of cultural activities, there is the recently extended award winning Pallant House Gallery and the internationally renowned Festival Theatre. These are complemented by a multiplex cinema and an independent cinema.
Events and sporting activities in the area include Goodwood Festival of Speed and Revival events for motoring enthusiasts, horseracing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray Park, golf at Goodwood. There are nearby beaches at the Witterings and the National Trust owned East Head. Walking around the harbour and the South Downs to the North of the City. Chichester Harbour provides moorings (subject to availability).
The mainline station in Chichester provides a regular service to London Victoria in about 1 hour 40 minutes (via Gatwick Airport). Havant station to the west provides a faster service to London Waterloo in about 1 hour 20 minutes.