Lyndhurst Road

Chichester 1 Bedroom Ground Floor Flat
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Sold

£229,950

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A beautifully presented ground floor garden flat, in one of the most sought after roads in Chichester. Level walk to East Street only 300 meters. Own front door and private south facing courtyard garden. Off road parking for 2/3 vehicles. MUST BE VIEWED!

Ground floor garden flat

Short walk to the City Centre

Off road parking for 2/3 vehicles

One of the most sought after roads in Chichester

Recently refurbished bathroom

Boiler installed in 2015

Intro
A beautifully presented ground floor garden flat, being converted from an attractive Victorian house, in one of the most sought after roads in Chichester. Level walk to East Street only 300 meters.

The property has its own front door and private courtyard. There is off road parking at the rear for 2/3 cars. The flat has gas fired central heating via radiators (boiler installed in 2015) and replacement double glazing. The kitchen has 'butcher block' work surfaces and built in oven, hob and extractor. The bathroom has been refurbished recently with bath and electric shower over plus vanity basin with cupboards under and close coupled W.C.

The Local Area
The City of Chichester offers a delightful mix of ancient and modern, combining traditional shops and cafes with major High Street stores, restaurants and bistros. The 12th century cathedral dominates the skyline and is a focal point for the annual cultural festivities, along with the renowned Festival Theatre. The nearby Goodwood Estate is home to major sporting events, with the Festival of Speed and Revival Motor Race meetings. Glorious Goodwood horse racing meetings draws visitors to the area from around the world. Nearby the South Downs to the north and Chichester Harbour to the south offer many excellent opportunities for outdoor pursuits. Portsmouth, Southampton and Brighton are within easy reach.

Covered Porch
Part glazed and hardwood door to:

Sitting Room
12' 5" (3.78m) x 11' 3" (3.42m):
Double radiator. Television and telephone point. Double glazed windows to rear aspect overlooking the courtyard garden. Central heating thermostat control. Storage cupboard housing electric meter and consumer board. Door to kitchen and door to:

Bedroom
12' 5" (3.78m) x 10' 10" (3.31m):
Double radiator. Double glazed windows within bay. Picture rail. Two wall light points. Telephone and television point.

Kitchen
11' 1" (3.38m) x 6' 7" (2.01m):
Stainless steel sink unit and drainer with mixer tap. 'Butcher block' work surfaces with cupboards and drawers under. Range of wall cupboards. Four burner gas hob with extractor system over and electric fan assisted oven below. Wall mounted Worcester Bosch gas fired boiler for central heating system and domestic hot water. Part tiled walls. Telephone point. Door to:

Utility Room
6' 11" (2.12m) x 6' 9" (2.05m):
Oak breakfast bar. Large shelved storage cupboard. Central heating programmer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for larger style fridge/freezer. Double glazed window and door to garden. Door to:

Bathroom
6' 9" (2.05m) x 5' 7" (1.7m):
Panel bath with mixer tap. Triton electric shower system over, glazed shower screen. Wash hand basin with cupboards under. Low level W.C. Chrome heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Downlighters. Double glazed obscure window to rear aspect. Tiled walls.

Outside
Delightful courtyard garden with concrete and paved base. Part fenced and wall boundary. Garden shed. Side pedestrian access and rear pedestrian access. Cold water tap. Two outside lights, outside the utility door and front door.

Parking
Off road parking for 2/3 vehicles, accessed from Ettrick Close.

Tenure
We understand the property to be leasehold with 125 years from 1st November 1986.

Ground Rent
£50 per annum.

Sold

£229,950

The Local Area

A great, friendly town with all you could need

Mr & Mrs Schmee, Bognor Regis

Chichester

This cathedral city nestled at the foot of the South Downs is known for its cultural offering. Originally a historic market town, the beautiful city not only boasts a 12th century cathedral but it has many other attractions, including Pallant House Art Gallery, Chichester Festival Theatre and Goodwood Estate. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, it has an abundance of stunning walks, un-spoilt coastline and historic Roman roads to discover. 

Chichester’s lovely pedestrianised shopping precinct is home to an excellent selection of shops and a mixture of independent eateries and restaurant chains. There is also a wide variety of coffee shops, tea rooms, pubs and bars. The historic city walls house several beautiful parks and gardens including Priory Park, Oaklands Park and the Bishop’s Garden at the cathedral.   

The city has a number of excellent schools ranging from nursery up to university level. The Chichester Nursery, West Dean C of E Primary School, Bishop Luffa Senior School, Chichester College and Chichester University are just a sample of some of the outstanding institutions in the area. 

With excellent connections by train and road to both London, Brighton, Portsmouth and Southampton, Chichester is perfectly placed for those looking to commute.

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