Situated towards the end of a private lane within the heart of Birdham village, this well presented 3/4 bedroom house has a spacious, dual aspect sitting/dining room, a useful ground floor bedroom/large study and a stunning en-suite master bedroom with ample built in storage and a small west facing balcony. Outside the property has a pretty and well kept south facing garden and a garage offering further storage. Being located centrally within this popular village means there are a number of local amenities close by which include a convenience store/post office, village hall and primary school.
The light and airy accommodation is arranged over two floors and to the rear has a southerly facing aspect. On the ground floor there is a large entrance hall leading to a useful cloakroom, a fitted kitchen and a ground floor bedroom/study. Due to its size and position within the property the latter is a very flexible space and could be used as a brilliant study or playroom. A multi aspect sitting/dining room complete with feature fire and a pretty outlook over the rear garden concludes the ground floor. On the first floor, off a large landing full of natural light there is a modern family bathroom, two further bedrooms (both with built in storage) and a spacious master bedroom. The latter has ample built in storage and benefits from both a modern en-suite bathroom and a small west facing balcony.
Outside to the rear there is a good size south facing garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature borders and shrubs planted throughout. There is also a large paved area with double gates providing access to the front creating a great space for a good size boat/dingy to be stored securely.To the front there is parking for several vehicles in the form of a dual entrance gravelled drive and a garage with up and over door.
The property is located within the highly regarded sailing village of Birdham, renowned for its popular and picturesque marina (one of the oldest within the country). The village provides a beautiful church, village hall, local store/post office and primary school (located within walking distance). Much of the surrounding countryside is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provides stunning walks beside the harbour. The Cathedral City of Chichester lies some 5 miles to the north and offers a broad range of shopping, cultural and leisure facilities including the renowned Festival Theatre, galleries, museums and restaurants. Aside from sailing, leisure facilities within the area include golf at Goodwood and Hunston, bathing from the beaches of West Wittering and East Head, the last of which is owned and managed by the National Trust. Horse racing may be enjoyed at Fontwell and Goodwood where the annual Festival of Speed, and Revival meetings are also hosted.