31 North Street
31 North Street
Built in 2012, 3 Keats Way offers spacious and flexible living accommodation, arranged over four floors. Entering the property on the ground floor, at this level is a generous room currently used as a study with fitted desks and storage. With double doors leading out onto a terrace, this room could be used as a guest bedroom - a well-fitted shower-room is adjacent in the hallway
On the first floor is a good-sized sitting room which features double doors looking out to the rear of the property, as well as a contemporary kitchen/breakfast room with ample room for a dining table, from which views to the front of the property can be enjoyed. An excellent utility/cloakroom completes this floor.
To the second floor are two spacious bedrooms with fitted storage and en suite bathrooms. There is a large versatile area on the third floor, which could be used as a further bedroom and is currently arranged as a family room with the corner of the room equipped as a kitchen. Fully opening, tri-fold doors lead out onto the large south-facing roof terrace.
On the ground floor there is a terrace which could accommodate potted plants or a table and chairs. The striking feature of the property is the roof terrace, which affords views across to the cathedral and over the rooftops of the city. This terrace would be ideal for sitting and relaxing as well as outside dining or entertaining. Approached via remote controlled security gates, the property includes two covered parking spaces.
3 Keats Way is ideally located close to the pedestrianised area in the city centre and only a short distance from the many amenities that Chichester offers. Pallant House Gallery, the New Park Centre, Chichesters Racquets & Fitness Club, the adjoining public tennis courts, and the renowned Festival Theatre are all within a level walk.
The mainline station is about half a mile away and 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. Portsmouth ferry port, about 16 miles, provides access to the Isle of Wight, Channel Islands and to Continental Europe. Southampton Airport is about 30 miles.
The Centurion Way foot/cycle path is accessed to the west of Chichester and provides access northwards to the South Downs National Park and, via the Salterns Way, along the harbour shoreline to the Blue Flag sandy beach of West Wittering. Goodwood, to the northeast, offers a horse racing calendar and annual events for motoring enthusiasts. Sailing may be enjoyed from the many villages around Chichester Harbour and off the coast.
From Strutt & Parkers Chichester office, head north on North Street before turning right onto Guildhall. Then turn right onto Priory Road. Turn right onto New Park Road/A286 and then right again.
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