THIS well presented cottage style house of character is one of just four properties built in 1987 as a small, individually designed project in the centre of Bosham village.
The property also has the significant benefit of a shared courtyard leading to its own garage located directly behind the property adjacent to the walled garden, thus providing private parking/storage within a short distance of the water and sailing club.
The interior is presented in good decorative order throughout and provides manageable accommodation, ideal for use as either a permanent home or weekend sailing base.
The popular sailing village of Bosham is perhaps one of the best known on Chichester Harbour and is located some five miles to the west of the cathedral city of Chichester.
Wisteria House is situated at the heart of the old part of the village and is within easy walking distance of the picturesque high street, leading down to the ancient Saxon church, Bosham Sailing Club and Quay Meadow. The views across nearby Shore Road to the parish church are perhaps one of the most painted scenes in the county.
The village provides a small selection of locally based shops, the well known Millstream Hotel, and two public houses. There is also a farmshop with post office in Delling Lane. Nearby new Bosham, about one mile to the north, has a further selection of local shops and a railway halt providing access to either Havant or Chichester, which each have a mainline service to London Waterloo and Victoria respectively.
For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Jackson-Stops & Staff, 37 South Street, Chichester. Telephone 01243 786316.