Theproperty This handsome home is approached via Bernard Road, a particularly attractive tree lined position, within the historic market town of Arundel.
To the front on the property is a large driveway, allowing parking for several vehicles and access to the attached garage.
On entering the property there is a large welcoming entrance hall and stairs leading to the first-floor landing, and doors to all of the principal reception rooms.
The ground floor comprises of a formal sitting room with bay window overlooking the front garden and an attractive original open fireplace with exposed brickwork surround.
Enjoying views over the garden in the exceptionally spacious open plan dining and family room. From this area doors open out to the rear terrace and garden. The gym/playroom also benefits from views over the garden and sits adjacent to the family room.
The kitchen/breakfast room is a particular feature of this magnificent home. This well-appointed space boasts a full height vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, along with a Shaker style kitchen with a range of integral appliances. Double doors from the kitchen also open out to the rear terrace.
Completing the ground floor is a boot room, accessed from the kitchen and a good-sized cloakroom located from the hall.
There are four double bedrooms and a study located on the first floor with the master and guest bedroom benefiting from stunning views over the garden and towards Arundel, taking in the Cathedral and Castle. A family bathroom serves the guest rooms with the master bedroom boasting a separate en-suite shower room and dressing room and the guest bedroom a built-in shower. The fifth bedroom is located on the second floor, and boasts views and a separate cloakroom.
The gardens are beautifully maintained and a particular feature of the property. The large raised terrace and more secluded patio are ideal for alfresco dining, dropping down from these to the lawns, which are surrounded by mature hedges. The house does enjoy an elevated position over Arundel and therefore stunning views.
Completing the property is a good-sized attached garage and storeroom.
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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