An outstanding five bedroom, two bathroom family home set in a peaceful cul-de-sac position within the highly regarded West Sussex village of Westbourne.
Offering over 1600 sq. Ft. Of family friendly accommodation, this well presented home presents the perfect opportunity for those buyers seeking a large house in a prime residential location.
From the generous driveway a front porch provides space for coats and shoes, and has a further door opening into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor, storage cupboard and a cloakroom. The main living area has a spacious open-plan feel with a particular attraction being the generous dining/family space with its French doors out to the garden. The oak kitchen breakfast room also has a garden outlook and incorporates a built-in dishwasher, range cooker and an American style fridge/freezer. A separate utility room can be found next to the kitchen which features a further range of units, sink, space for the usual appliances, and a side door to the garden. The formal sitting room with its cosy log burning stove completes the ground floor layout.
Upstairs the first floor landing splits two ways. Firstly to the left where there are two double bedrooms including the master. This has a further door leading into the fifth bedroom that is currently used as a study (this could easily be adapted to become a nursery or ensuite bathroom). To the right of the stairs there are an additional two double bedrooms with a central shower room, the aforementioned study, and a neatly finished family bathroom.
A mature hedge forms the front boundary with opening onto the extensive gravel driveway providing off-road parking space for several cars. A paved pathway leads up to the front door with an area of artificial lawn to the side.
The family sized rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a paved patio across the back of the house, and a matching pathway leading down to an additional seating area. Further features include a garden store, side access pathway and a summer house/garden studio.
The village of Westbourne has a good array of local amenities including shops, church, cafe, pubs and doctors surgery all within easy reach of the property. The harbourside town centre of Emsworth lies to the south with its excellent variety of local shops, pubs, restaurants and two sailing clubs. Emsworth sits at the top of Chichester harbour and there are several walks nearby including routes to Langstone and the coastal footpath around Thorney Island, part of which is an rspb nature reserve. The cathedral city of Chichester is situated approximately 8 miles to the east and offers excellent high street shopping and leisure facilities to suit all.
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