A stunning, terraced period property located within Chichester's City Walls, with garaging and spectacular roof terrace views across the rooftops to the South Downs.

11 St Johns Street is a most appealing, period property, offering flexible living spaces over four floors, with annexe and basement accommodation.

At ground floor level there is a fabulous open plan kitchen and living area, with double doors giving access to the rear garden. A drawing room with windows overlooking the street is located on the first floor, along with a study and cloakroom.

There are stairs to the second floor which provides two bedrooms and a bathroom and on the third floor a further two bedrooms and a bathroom are located. A roof terrace is accessed from the third floor, which affords spectacular views over the rooftops and across to the Cathedral and South Downs in the distance.

A two-bedroom annexe has a kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room and cloakroom on the first floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor level. The annexe offers self-contained living as well as a useful revenue stream.

Further accommodation is available at basement level, where a kitchen/utility area, with dining and sitting room and one of the five bedrooms with en-suite provides the opportunity for self-contained living for guests, dependent family members or as an additional source of rental income.


Situated in one of the most popular city centre streets, this property has a pretty courtyard, walled garden, accessed directly from the kitchen and via the garage . There is an area laid to lawn, bordered by raised beds, as well as a paved terrace for outside dining/relaxation, which includes a feature glass window into the basement below. On the third floor, there is a large roof terrace offering an additional outside seating space with fabulous views.


11 St Johns Street enjoys an enviable and wonderfully convenient location within the historic City Walls. Chichester’s broad range of shopping, cultural and leisure amenities are close by, as are Chichester’s Racquets & Fitness Club, the adjoining public tennis courts, Pallant House Gallery and the renowned Festival Theatre.

The Centurion Way foot and cycle path is accessed to the west of Chichester and provides access northwards to the South Downs 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.

Chichester has a mainline railway station with services to London (Victoria) via Gatwick and to London (Waterloo) via Havant.


By foot from Chichester’s Market Cross: walk along East Street and shortly after the pedestrian area ends turn right into St John’s Street. Number 11 will be found towards the end of the street on the right hand-side.

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Other features

  • Open plan kitchen/breakfast room/reception area
  • Drawing room
  • Study
  • Five bedrooms (Three en-suite & one at basement level)
  • Two-bedroom annexe, with kitchen/breakfast room & sitting room
  • Basement with Kitchen/utility area, dining room, sitting room, one of the five beds with en-suite & wine cellar
  • Roof Terrace
  • Large garage
  • Walled garden
  • EPC Rating D

Other details

  • Floorplan
  • Map & Street View
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Ref: CHI180219

St Johns Street Chichester West Sussex PO19

Guide Price

Ref: CHI180219

St Johns Street Chichester West Sussex PO19

Guide Price