- CHARACTER PROPERTY
- SITTING ROOM WITH INGLENOOK FIREPLACE AND WOODBURNER
- EXPOSED ORIGINAL WOODEN BEAMS
- DINING ROOM
- OCCASIONAL ROOM
- TWO BEDROOMS
- FAMILY BATHROOM
- ATTRACTIVE WEST FACING GARDEN
- NEW GARDEN SHED AND BASE
- GAS HEATING
Charming almshouse constructed circa 1765 by the lords of the manor of Warblington. The property has an interesting history having been converted into three cottages in the twentieth century whilst retaining many character features. Conveniently located within a brief stroll of Emsworth recreation ground and Railway station, Emsworth Square is a short distance to the south with it's range of local shops and pubs and restaurants as well as doctor and dentist surgeries.
Accommodation arranged over three floors comprises:- Sitting room featuring an inglenook fireplace with woodburner and original wooden beams. Kitchen with modern range of wall and base units. Dining room with double glazed french door looking out over the garden. On the first floor: Bedroom 1 and 2 have built in storage cupboards. Family bathroom. On the second floor the occasional room has sloping ceilings and exposed original wooden beams. The property also benefits from a west facing rear garden, gas central heating and double glazed windows.
Emsworth is situated on the upper reaches of Chichester Harbour, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Considered one of the best locations of the south coast for sailing and walking. The town of Emsworth has an attractive range of local sights, amenities, sailing clubs, boat yards, restaurants and is within easy travelling distance of the historic City of Chichester. Connects to Mainline railway station to London at nearby Havant.