Manor Road

Selsey 2 Bedroom Detached Bungalow
1
2

Sold

£285,000

Property Photo

DETACHED BUNGALOW
CLOSE TO VILLAGE CENTRE
TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS

AMPLE OFF STREET PARKING AND GARAGING
NO ONWARD CHAIN
EPC D

DETACHED BUNGALOW
CLOSE TO VILLAGE CENTRE
TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS


AMPLE OFF STREET PARKING AND GARAGING
NO ONWARD CHAIN
EPC D


This detached bungalow is situated in the heart of the village within an easy walk of the High Street amenities and bus stop. Offering well proportioned accommodation with two double bedrooms, living room, kitchen/dining room and modern shower room. Although in need of some updating and modernisation, the property benefits from full UPVC double glazing, gas fired central heating, ample off-street parking and an enclosed west facing rear garden. Offering immediate vacant possession, internal inspection is recommended.

External courtesy light. UPVC double glazed front door with matching side screen to ENTRANCE PORCH. Glazed door to ENTRANCE HALL. Built-in airing cupboard housing a factory lagged hot tank and immersion heater with slatted shelf above. Double radiator. Telephone point. Access to roof space via aluminium ladder.

LIVING ROOM 15' (4.57m) x 11' 3" (3.43m):
Double aspect. Tiled fireplace and hearth. Television aerial point. Two wall light points. Double radiator.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 15' 2" (4.62m) x 10' (3.05m):
Maximum measurement. Double aspect with UPVC double glazed door to side and rear garden. Fitted in a range of base and wall mounted units in Hessian effect with tiled work surfaces and splash back, providing cupboard and drawer storage. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with cupboard built-in below. Fitted electric double oven with three-speed illuminated extractor fan above. Under work surface refrigerator and freezer. Wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler supplying central heating and domestic hot water, timer controls below. Double radiator.

BEDROOM ONE 14' 1" (4.29m) x 12' 7" (3.84m):
The measurement is into built-in wardrobe cupboards providing hanging and shelved storage. Double radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 10' 11" (3.33m) x 10' 6" (3.20m):
Measurement includes a range of bedroom furniture comprising two double wardrobe cupboards with a central dressing table unit. Double radiator.

SHOWER ROOM
Fully tiled. White suite of double shower cubicle with mains fed shower and glazed shower door, wash hand basin in vanitory unit with cupboards built-in below, mirror fronted cupboard above, low level WC. Ladder style radiator. Non-slip flooring.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached via double wooden gates over a brick paviour driveway providing ample off-street parking and leading to an attached GARAGE with up-and-over door measuring 16'5 (5.00m) x 9' (2.74m) internal measurement, with electric light and power, housing electric meter and fuse box. Rear personal window.
The front garden is bounded by brick walling and panel fencing, laid to lawn with hedge surround. Gated pedestrian access leads to the enclosed west facing REAR GARDEN measuring approximately 40' (12.19m) x 25' (7.62m), predominantly laid to lawn, housing an aluminium framed greenhouse and timber garden shed. External standpipe.

VIEWING
By appointment with Gilbert & Cleveland.
17-3046 RD 08.03.17

DIRECTIONS
From our office in the High Street, proceed north and turn right into East Street. Continue along and turn left at the crossroads opposite The Fisherman's Joy Public House into Manor Road. The property will be seen immediately on the left hand side.

NOTE: The Energy Performance Certificate was produced by Ian Cleveland, a Partner of Gilbert & Cleveland, the Vendor's selling agent.

Sold

£285,000

The Local Area

A great, friendly town with all you could need

Mr & Mrs Schmee, Bognor Regis

The seaside town of Selsey lies at the southern most point of the Manhood Peninsula. With beautiful beaches including the stunning Bracklesham Bay, Selsey has over the years become a prime spot for holidaymakers with family friendly holiday resorts such as Bunn Leisure settled along the coastline. 

Attractions include the Selsey Arts Society, The Selsey Lifeboat Station and Museum, the Selsey Windmill and the Selsey Cricket and Social Club, which is famous for being Sir Patrick Moore’s old stomping ground. 

The town has a range of local shops and is also home to some lovely restaurants, many of which make the most of the local delicacy Selsey Crab. 

The educational facilities in Selsey are good with two primary schools, The Seal Primary Academy and Medmerry Primary School and one secondary school, The Selsey Academy.

© Gilbert & Cleveland 2017

On the Market Right Move

Website design by Brightword