An attractive and well presented Victorian, brick and flint family home situated just outside the City Walls and overlooking Jubilee Gardens

18 New Park Road is an appealing, three-storey semi-detached property where several retained character features now complement up-to-date styling and fittings to provide the ideal home for modern family living. Whilst situated just outside Chichester's ancient City Walls it retains an open, 'out of city' feel with all rooms looking out over open space or the garden, including the picturesque Jubilee Gardens to the front.

The accommodation is bright and airy with neutral décor throughout, and characteristic arch sash windows in several rooms. Picture rails also ornament many of the rooms and in the sitting room, there is a large bay window alcove to the front aspect and seating centred around a feature fireplace. The kitchen is fitted with white wall and base level units, topped by wood work surfaces, with double doors opening into the adjoining dining room on one side, and to a boot/cloakroom on the other with a door to access the garden. A further reception room is currently in use as a study, providing the perfect working-from-home space but with flexible options.

On the first floor, there are two good sized bedrooms with character features and a stylish, ultra-modern family bathroom with bath, separate shower cubicle and underfloor heating.

Stairs give access to a second floor bedroom and a loft room can be reached via a further staircase, providing useful storage.


A low flint wall fronts the street and a tiled path with steps up leads to the storm porch at the front entrance. The rear garden has an area laid to lawn with a meandering stepping stone pathway leading to a shed tucked away at the far corner. Planted beds frame each side of the garden and are filled with mature shrubs and perennial plants creating a lush display of foliage and flowers. There is a pergola to one side, part-way down the garden, offering a spot for sitting in addition to the paved terrace adjoining the house where outdoor dining can be enjoyed. Parking is available on adjoining Litten Terrace where residents permits are in operation.


The property is in a wonderfully convenient location just outside the Roman Walls which circle the heart of the cathedral city. Chichester offers a wide range of cultural, leisure and shopping facilities, including the renowned Festival Theatre and Pallant House Gallery, with New Park Cinema just a short distance from the house. Goodwood, to the north, is well known for its horse racing events in addition to the Festival of Speed and Revival Meetings which it hosts. Goodwood country club also offers golf, swimming and tennis. Sailing may be enjoyed from the many centres around Chichester Harbour and bathing and windsurfing from the beaches at the Witterings.

The mainline station provides access along the south coast, to London Victoria via Gatwick and to London Waterloo via Havant. The A27 provides access to the A3(M) and on to the M25. Excellent state and independent schools in the area include Bishop Luffa School, The Prendendal School, Westbourne House and Portsmouth Grammar.


From Strutt & Parker’s Chichester office travel in a northly direction and at the gyratory roundabout take the 4th exit onto Oaklands Way. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto New Park Road where the property will be found a short distance on the left-hand side opposite the city walls.

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Other features

  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen
  • Breakfast/Dining room
  • Study
  • Cloakroom
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Loft room
  • Garden, Shed
  • EPC rating E

Other details

  • Floorplan
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Ref: CHI200111

New Park Road Chichester PO19

Guide Price

Ref: CHI200111

New Park Road Chichester PO19

Guide Price