Theproperty Located in one of the more favoured positions within the old town, being just a stone's throw from the centre of the bustling market town.
Once inside, the ground floor comprises of a spacious sitting room with feature bay window, with an inner hallway leading to a further reception room/dining room. From the dining room double doors open out to the pretty walled garden.
The open plan kitchen/breakfast room adjoins the dining room and also enjoys access out to the rear garden. The kitchen is well-appointed with traditional shaker style units, and a plethora of storage cupboards.
Completing the ground floor is a cloakroom, which can be accessed from the inner hall.
There are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom located on the first floor with the remaining bedroom with eaves storage located on the second.
The rear garden of this attractive home is a particular feature, being enclosed by brick and flint walls and facing South. Within the garden there is a raised decked area covered by an attractive pergola, timber shed and log store. The majority of the garden is lawned with a variety of herbaceous borders.
Thelocation The cathedral town of Arundel with its impressive Norman castle sits on the boundary of the South Downs National Park. Consistently considered as one of the finest towns in the country and made famous internationally for its antique dealerships. Once a thriving fishing town the public houses and fisherman's cottages have made way for traditional tearooms, boutiques and an eclectic mix of independent restaurants. Now well known for its numerous festivals throughout the year including the Art trail, Food Festival and Arundel by Candlelight. There is a wide choice of sporting and recreational activities in the surrounding area including horse racing at both Goodwood and Fontwell park; Car Racing at Goodwood Motor Circuit famously hosting it's annual Festival of Speed and Revival meetings; polo at Cowdray park; glorious beaches at the Witterings; dinghy sailing from numerous clubs along the coast with substantial harbours and marinas at Chichester and Littlehampton for mooring larger yachts; numerous golf courses; walking and riding in the rich surrounding countryside.
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