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Popular semi-rural location between the cathedral City of Chichester to the east and the thriving historic market town of Emsworth to the west which is on the harbour. The property is in a cul-de-sac section south of the A259, adjacent to farmland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which leads down to the coast on Chichester Harbour. Ideal for sailing enthusiasts and nature lovers. Nutbourne Marshes Nature Reserve, owned by Chichester Harbour Conservancy, is to the south and overlooked from the coastal path with access from Prinsted, Nutbourne and Chidham. Excellent Coastliner bus route 700 running between Portsmouth and Brighton. Local train stations at Southbourne and Nutbourne.
A character three hundred year old, pre 1748, Grade II listed detached cottage exuding an ambience and charm throughout. Original beams in the main house contrasting with new exposed oak beams and a high vaulted ceiling in the light and modern kitchen diner. Hand built bespoke kitchen with oak worktops, four oven gas Aga, separate built in Neff oven, hob and hood. The main family reception room has space for comfortable dining and lounge areas separated by a central brick fireplace with double sided log burner stove. Study and utility/cloakroom. Ground floor bedroom four with en-suite. Three first floor bedrooms and a family bathroom. South facing wide plot with development potential, subject to planning permission. A working well, two separate driveways and a double width high carport.
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