Available with no forward chain, this rarely available property is tucked away within the centre of Emsworth, and is surrounded by other attractive period properties from the Georgian era, with 1 Tower Street forming part of the historic street scene.
The property offers tremendous scope for improvement and the possibility to extend the property or to create off-road parking space if desired. Period features have been retained including fireplaces, original timber doors and windows which add to the character of the home.
The front door opens into the hallway with staircase to the first floor with storage cupboard beneath. The sitting room overlooks the picturesque Tower Street, and has an open fireplace with a mantle over providing a central feature to the room. A door from the hallway leads into the kitchen which has a basic range of units and a door opening out to the rear courtyard. There is a second reception room set to the rear of the home which has a feature fire place with a tiled insert and wooden mantle over.
Upstairs a landing window illuminates the area. The master bedroom overlooks Tower Street and features a period fireplace with wooden surround, and a built-in wardrobe. A shower room provides access to the rear bedroom which also features a period fireplace with wooden surround.
The courtyard garden offers scope for a number of uses including an extension or off-road parking (subject to the usual planning permissions & consents). A brick-built shed houses a WC and there is a wooden garden shed providing additional storage.
The town of Emsworth is at the head of Chichester Harbour, an area of outstanding natural beauty. An excellent range of amenities are in Emsworth, including local shops, pubs and restaurants, churches, doctors' surgery, and two sailing clubs. The town has primary schools, and secondary schools are in neighbouring Warblington and Southbourne. There is a railway station in Emsworth with links to London, Portsmouth, and further afield, and good bus links to the South Coast. The cathedral city of Chichester is approximately seven miles to the east with its famous Festival Theatre and nearby Goodwood Estate, and the South Downs National Park is just a short drive away.
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