A charming bijou Grade II Listed cottage, with period features, a flexible element to the accommodation, situated within the city walls in a much sought after location, with a courtyard garden.
A charming cottage, situated in much sought after East Pallant, having the historic city centre of Chichester right on its' doorstep. The accommodation is delightful and arranged over three floors.
On the ground floor the dining area and kitchen are open plan, although partially separated by a breakfast bar. Stairs lead up to the first floor where a comfortable sitting room can be found. This is south facing and could double up as an occasional bedroom when required. The bathroom is also located on the first floor whilst a further set of stairs rise to the second floor principal bedroom, boasting exposed beams.
Outside there is a pretty, fully enclosed (in part by a Sussex flint wall) courtyard garden and to the rear of this space lies a useful brick-built store. The garden is paved in part with shingle areas and offers a low maintenance space, perfect for entertaining or alfresco dining.
The property is particularly well situated in this sought after road in the heart of the City centre. The position is ideal, within a short walk to the excellent shopping facilities, the bus terminal and railway station (London Victoria in one hour and forty minutes). The beautiful City of Chichester has a fascinating history and considerable connections with the Roman Empire as seen by the archaeological remains of the city walls. Trade and prosperity flourished particularly during the 1800's with the construction of the imposing Corn Exchange in East Street and the beautifully preserved streets of the City. There is a wide choice of social and recreational activities including independent and multiplex cinemas, 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 award winning Pallant House Gallery and Café (located 2 minutes away) and the internationally renowned Festival Theatre.