The properties within the estate originated from railway carriages and prefabricated dwellings, initially used as holiday homes. Throughout the years the majority of these have been replaced with traditional built properties. The estate itself has retained its charm of unmade roads and the nature reserve has become a protected environment for wildlife providing wonderful walks around the Lagoon and Harbour.
The whole area offers a real feeling of community spirit and full time residents have often referred to the private estate as like being on holiday every day. The local shopping parade provides day to day essentials with a large Co-op store, takeaways, dentists, barbers, hairdressers, chemist, opticians and doctor’s surgery. Local bus services provide access to the town centre and nearby city of Chichester.
The property is approached via electrically operated double gates and pedestrian gate at the front leading into a forecourt providing secure on site parking. A paved pathway with steps leads to the stable style front door which in turn leads into a welcoming entrance vestibule with wood flooring. Double casement doors lead through into a generous carpeted hallway with large built-in double cloaks storage cupboard and additional built-in cupboard. Doors lead from the hallway into the principal rooms and cloakroom with w.c. And wash basin. The good size light and airy sitting room enjoys superb sea views to the rear with double glazed sliding doors providing access to the rear onto the beach and a further rear aspect double glazed window.
The generous well equipped kitchen/breakfast room creates an open plan feel and provides a comprehensive range of light grain units with marble effect work surfaces and breakfast bar with integrated five burner gas hob, electric double oven with microwave over, integrated dishwasher and space for an American style fridge/freezer. A door leads through to the separate utility room with Butler style sink unit, further range of fitted units and worktops, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, wall mounted gas boiler and stable style door providing access to the side. The kitchen/breakfast room leads into the bespoke double glazed pitched roof conservatory at the front of the property which creates a delightful dining/family room with fitted blinds and strip wood flooring.
The rear aspect master bedroom offers sea views, built-in wardrobes, wood flooring and provides a generous en-suite facility comprising modern roll edge shaped bath with central mixer tap, corner shower cubicle, shaped wash basin and close coupled w.c. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both generous double rooms with bedroom 2 also providing sea views to the rear. The main family bathroom houses a double airing/linen cupboard, shaped corner bath, walk-in shower cubicle, wash basin and close coupled w.c..
Externally to the front of the property there is a detached purpose built single storey building comprising hall, two separate rooms and a wet room, this also offers double glazing and a gas heating system via radiators and combination boiler. Further more there is a detached pitched roof garage with power, light and side pedestrian door.
The gardens have been sympathetically landscaped to create a delightful walled terrace with steps leading down to the entertaining area while there is also an area of lawn and pathway access to both sides which lead to a rear terrace with immediate access on to the beach.
Nb - An internal inspection is essential to fully appreciate everything this unique beach front home has to offer.
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