This beautiful Grade II Listed period cottage offers a wealth of character and charm and to the rear has a stunning, distant view out over the water to Chidham Creek. The property has a pretty, enclosed west facing rear garden which backs onto a tranquil stream and lightly wooded copse. Internally many original features remain including a charming brick-built open fire, exposed beams and wooden floorboards. The latter is eminent in a sympathetically yet skilfully extended dining/family room which incorporates to entire rear of the property and has a westerly facing aspect which provides an enviable view. The property's location within the centre of this highly regarded sailing village allows ease of access to the villages renowned sailing club, quay and historic church (all within a moments walk) as well a number of local public houses and cafes.
Once inside the characterful and deceptively spacious accommodation is arranged over three floors. On the ground floor there is an entrance hall (with useful cloakroom) which flows nicely through double doors into a west facing dining/family room, complete with bi-fold doors. A country style kitchen again complete with bespoke wooden double doors and range cooker and a delightfully charming sitting room with large brick-built open fire and exposed beams complete the ground floor. On the first floor, off a central landing lies a spacious master bedroom with exposed beams and built in storage and a further west facing double bedroom. The latter has a distant view of the water and a large under eve storage cupboard which could easily be converted into a dressing area/walk in wardrobe. A stylish and contemporary family bathroom concludes the first floor accommodation. On the second floor lies a third bedroom with exposed beams and velux window which could also be used brilliant study.
To the rear there is a delightful enclosed west facing garden that backs onto a tranquil stream and is complete with a stunning view. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with low level box hedging and pretty shrubs planted throughout. There is also a cleverly positioned, west facing summer house, a small outhouse believed to be original and a large terrace. To the front there is an enclosed lawn with attractive borders and a gravelled path leading to the front door.
The property is centrally located within the hugely popular sailing village of Bosham. This pretty harbour side village boasts an historic church and quay, a popular and vibrant sailing club, three public houses, a primary school and much more. Bosham lies on the waterfront just to the west of the Cathedral city of Chichester and south of the renowned South Downs National Park. Chichester historic city centre lies some 4 miles away and offers an enviable selection of bars, restaurants and shops. Chichester is renowned for the highly regarded Festival Theatre, Pallant House Gallery and its close proximity to The Goodwood Estate, famous for both motor car and horse racing. To the South of the city is Chichester Harbour (designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), and within lies the blue flag beach of West Wittering. Chichester station provides rail links to London via the Victoria Line but also via Havant and the Waterloo Line, the station also links connections right along the south coast.