INTRODUCTION Situated at the end of a terrace of Georgian-style townhouses, this superb three-storey home offers spacious accommodation and a well-planned layout for modern living. It has three bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities, a first-floor drawing room, a good-sized kitchen/breakfast room plus a separate dining room for entertaining. The charming garden enjoys a south-facing aspect and leads to the single garage and allocated parking space.
King George Gardens was the site of the previous Royal West Sussex Hospital, granted Royal Status by King George V in 1913. Since its development it has become regarded as one of Chichester's prestige residential areas.
The centre of Chichester is, conveniently, within a short stroll and the Theatre is almost across the road.
STEP INSIDE Immediately over the threshold there is useful range of storage cupboards to one side with the cloakroom adjacent. Opposite, double glass-panelled doors lead into to the dining room, which overlooks the front garden. The kitchen is at the end of the hallway and is a spacious and bright room. There is an excellent range of wall and base units, incorporating quality appliances, together with glass-fronted and open-shelved display units. With its glass panelled door leading to the garden, this is a very pleasant breakfasting area.
The sitting room is on the first floor and is a room of good proportions, which takes full advantage of the views and light offered by twin windows set either side of the central fireplace.
Bedroom three is also on the first floor adjacent to the main bathroom and has a range of fitted wardrobes to one. This room is currently used as a study and enjoys a pleasing view over the courtyard garden.
The principal bedroom is on the second floor, with an en-suite shower room and a charming view to the front. The guest bedroom/bedroom two is also on this floor, with a rear aspect, and equally benefits from its own en-suite bathroom.
STEP OUTSIDE The courtyard garden has been well-designed and beautifully planted with an array of shrubs offering interesting colour and variety throughout the year. From the terrace adjoining the kitchen, the pathway meanders through the planting to the bottom of the garden, where there is access to the garage and the adjacent parking space. There are a number of seating areas from which to enjoy sunshine or shade throughout the day and into the evening.
GARAGE & PARKING The single garage and allocated parking space are located to the rear of the building and can be conveniently accessed via the garden.
OUR VENDOR SAYS "This has been a wonderful place to live. The convenience of the town, theatre and restaurants all within a short stroll is ideal for families of all sizes."
"Our own little community here has many activities and events to get involved in, if you wish to."
"The house has wonderful views towards Forbes Place and its stunning Wisteria"
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Mains water, drainage, electricity & gas
Chichester District Council
Council Tax Band 'G'