THIS beautifully-presented and most delightful period double fronted cottage fronting on to the High Street in Bosham, close to the Anchor Bleu pub and within 50 yards of the Harbour front.
The house has been beautifully modernised recently, with the installation and extension of the kitchen, with under-floor heating, slate floors and granite work-surfaces, the installation of a cobbled wet room/cloakroom, and although not waterfront, the property has glimpsed views from bedroom three of the harbour.
The sitting room and dining room are elegantly proportioned and as such this house would make a perfect full-time home or weekend pied a terre.
The property is located in the centre of the village, on the ancient High Street, and within a few hundred yards of the popular sailing club and Anchor Bleu pub.
Bosham itself has become one of the premier centres for sailing with a multitude of moorings for boats and yachts, and has a fascinating history, with the chancel of its Saxon church featured in the Bayeux Tapestry.
The village also has a primary school, two pubs and a very popular hotel/restaurant, tea rooms and an arts and crafts centre, whilst a little further to the north there is a well-stocked farm shop and sub post office, medical centre and bakery.
Sailing is the premier past time in the immediate area, but other recreational activities are well catered for, including a number of golf courses, wind surfing and bathing from the beaches at the Witterings and the South Downs National Park just to the north, providing thousands of acres of riding and walking countryside.
In addition to these, Goodwood is perhaps best known for its race course but also provides a country club and has become increasing well known for its annual Festival of Speed and Revivial of its historic motor circuit.
For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Jackson-Stops & Staff, 37 South Street, Chichester. Telephone 01243 786316.