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Guide Price 325,000-350,000
King and Chasemore are pleased to offer this refurbished character property whish is situated within 50 yards of the seafront with sea views over looking the historic Steyne gardens. For the buyer looking for a low maintenance holiday home or town home this is the ideal property. In the past few years the property has been refurbished and blends character features with modern facilities.
The accommodation which is arranged over three floors offers flexible and spacious living. The ground floor is laid out in such a manner that it would suit and individual annex/flat with a spacious ground floor reception/bedroom a large utility which could be used as a second kitchen and a modern refitted shower room. This accommodation can be accessed from the rear of the property allowing some separation from the main family living area. The main accommodation however consists of a ground floor re-fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, a first floor living room with doors to a balcony with sea views, a first floor bedroom and family bathroom with a modern re-fitted suite with a roll top bath. The second floor offers two further double bedrooms with sea glimpses and a modern fitted cloak room with 'Jack and Jill' doors to both bedrooms. Externally there is a courtyard garden and off street parking.
Properties such as this are rarely available and internal viewing is highly recommended.
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Situated between the South Downs and the Sea, the seaside town of Bognor Regis offers easy access across the South Coast with Portsmouth to the west and Worthing and Brighton to the East. To the north rail and road access leads to London Gatwick.
Bognor Regis is a small seaside town on the south coast of England in the county of West Sussex. It is situated approximately 70 miles south west of London. The town can trace its roots back to when it was a small fishing village. The town still has its fishermen, operating small inshore boats from the town's beaches, keeping alive the town's traditional link with the sea. Bognor is a very pleasant coastal town with many sites of historical interest nearby.
As well as the very amiable climate Bognor has consistently won awards for its unpolluted sea and beaches. Throughout the summer Bognor is host to the many popular annual events such as the ROX music festival, Hotham Park Country Fair and the Bognor Carnival. Butlins is a popular holiday destination for people from all over the country and helps make Bognor the popular resort it is today.
At its heart lies the Tudor Market Cross and Norman Cathedral surrounded by a host of independent shops, designer label boutiques, stylish restaurants and pavement cafés. Ancient circular walls surround the city with four major thoroughfares which intersect at the central Tudor Market Cross, providing not just a compass point for North, South, East and West streets but also a focal point and resting spot for busy visitors.
The magnificent Cathedral, with its spire dominating the skyline, combines historic architecture with a varied and world-famous collection of modern art, including in its treasures a window by Marc Chagall and a John Piper tapestry.
To the West of Bognor Regis there is the expansive sandy beach at West Wittering which is an ideal haven for windsurfers and beach lovers and just a short distance to the east lies historic Arundel, whilst to the north east enjoy racing at Glorious Goodwood.
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