31 North Street
West View is an attractive part-timber clad residence offering versatile accommodation arranged over two floors. The generous ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and comprises a spacious dual aspect sitting room with wooden floor and feature corner open fireplace, as well as a useful front aspect office and an extensive dual aspect open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room with adjoining boot room/laundry.
The kitchen area features a range of contemporary fitted units including a breakfast bar with modern integrated appliances while the remaining space offers a sizeable dining area and French doors to the gardens together with a generous sitting area, making this an ideal family/entertaining space. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a bedroom with built-in storage and en suite shower room. On the first floor there is a spacious rear aspect master bedroom with wooden floor, built-in storage, double height glazing, additional skylights to enhance the natural light and a large en suite contemporary bathroom with separate walk-in shower. There are two further well-proportioned bedrooms, both serviced by a generous family bathroom.
Set within a good-sized plot of 0.38 acres, West View is accessed via a gravelled forecourt offering private parking for multiple vehicles. To each side there is access to the rear gardens and to the large detached timber garage with adjoining workshop/store. An external cast iron spiral staircase gives access to the 372 sq. ft. first floor annexe with open plan kitchen/living room, bedroom and en suite shower room. The current owners have installed solar panels improving the energy efficiency and reducing running costs. The gardens feature an area of level lawn bordered by mature flowerbeds and mature shrubs and trees with paved terraces outside both the main residence and annexe, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining.
West View enjoys a quiet rural location near to the villages of Southbourne, Bosham and Emsworth offering a good selection of day-to-day amenities.
Chichester has a wide range of cultural, leisure and shopping facilities, including the renowned Festival Theatre and Pallant House Gallery. Goodwood is well known for its horse racing as well as the Festival of Speed and Revival meetings with a country club which also offers golf, swimming and tennis and the Goodwood Aerodrome for tuition and flying experiences. Communications links are excellent with convenient access to the A27 and rail services from Nutbourne to central London and from Chichester to Gatwick Airport.
From Strutt & Parkers Chichester office, turn right onto Chapel Street and then right onto North Walls. Turn left onto Northgate and bear left onto Orchard Street (A286). After 0.3 miles at the roundabout take the 4th exit onto Westgate then at the roundabout take the 1st exit. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Cathedral Way (A259) and stay on this road for 3.9 miles. Turn right onto Drift Lane and after 0.2 miles West View can be found on the left-hand side.Read all