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A wonderfully presented house arranged over three floors offering 1,999sqft/185.7sqm of accommodation set in the Graylingwell development with views across to the cricket pitch. The accommodation consists of an entrance hall with doorways to the kitchen/breakfast room, living room and a cloakroom. The kitchen/breakfast room has a tiled floor and a range of contemporary styled units with integral appliances. The living room has an overall length of 30ft6, enjoying a Southerly aspect and doorway to the gardens. To the first floor are two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second bedroom suite has a walk through dressing area to the bedroom and en-suite shower room. To the second floor is the master bedroom with an en-suite shower room, recessed cupboard and fitted wardrobe.
It is a very pleasant 15 to 20 minute walk through Graylingwell Park and down tree lined College Lane to the city centre. There is also a frequent bus service from within Graylingwell itself into the centre of Chichester and rail station. Chichester Festival Theatre is less than a 10-minute walk away. Chichester offers a wide variety of cultural, leisure and shopping facilities including Chichester Cathedral and Pallant House Gallery. Only minutes away the Goodwood Estate offers golf, fitness, indoor pool, spa and leisure clubs as well as horse racing and motor events. To the south there is sailing at Chichester harbour and beautiful beaches along the south coast. There are too many good restaurants and pubs in the area to mention. The main line rail station offers services along the coast to Portsmouth, Southampton and Brighton as well as direct services to London Victoria.
The property is set back from Longley Road, with a pathway leading into a communal courtyard area with lawns and hedging and a private pathway to the front door. The rear gardens enjoy a Southerly aspect with a central path dividing two gravelled seating areas bordered by low maintenance flowerbeds. There are two allocated spaces in the parking bays beyond the gardens.
Two Parking Spaces
South Facing Garden
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