Substantial home with stunning views

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With direct beach access from the secluded garden and stunning views across the Solent this substantial traditional five/six bedroom house occupies a generous plot at the eastern end of East Bracklesham Drive in Bracklesham Bay.

Believed to date back to the 1930’s ‘Bay House’ in its enviable location, offers versatile accommodation which has been well looked after by the current owners and would suit anyone looking to accommodate extended family and friends.

On the ground floor is an impressive reception hall with solid oak flooring which we believe runs throughout the house, dining room, kitchen, sitting room with doors leading out to the garden, perfect for BBQs, a double bedroom with en suite shower room, the den/bedroom six, a study, separate WC and the beach den which houses a sauna, shower and storage area.

On the first floor is a large lounge with access to an enclosed balcony which runs across the back of the house where you can enjoy the stunning panoramic sea views, master bedroom with en suite and access to the balcony, three further double bedrooms and family bathroom.

At the entrance is a triple garage with hard standing plus a long drive leading to the property. The front garden is laid to lawn with boarder planting, whilst to the rear the owners have created a secluded beach themed low maintenance garden with decking and seating areas. Steps take you to a raised area, with further steps leading directly to the beach.

Viewing is a must to appreciate the properties potential, size and location.

Bracklesham Bay is a coastal village in West Sussex on the southern end of the Manhood Peninsular, very popular with tourists and water sports enthusiasts alike. There are good transport links to neighbouring villages and the cathedral city of Chichester which lies to the north.

The village of East Wittering, which is approximately one and a half miles away, has a wide selection of traditional shops including good quality butchers, bakers, fishmongers, greengrocers, coffee shops and pubs, along with more practical amenities of a health centre, dentist and library.

Further along the coast is West Wittering, an idyllic village, with its unspoilt “Blue Flag” sandy beach and harbour, there are also a number of scenic coastal walks to be enjoyed along the Wittering and Itchenor peninsular.

The historic cathedral city of Chichester offers comprehensive shopping facilities and a wide choice of social and recreational activities, all of which are easily accessible through the mainly level pedestrian areas of the beautifully preserved walled city. In addition to sailing and bathing there is golf, tennis, horse riding and walking all available in the area. Chichester has a mainline station with services to London (Victoria and Gatwick), whilst Havant to the west has a fast service to London Waterloo.

Price OIRO £1,300,000.

Any interested parties should contact Astons of Sussex on 01243 670765 or visit our web site at