The property comprises:
Entrance hall: storage cupboard with washing machine.
Kitchen/living room/diner: Sofa, bean bags, chairs, TV, wood burner stove, bench, table, dishwasher, gas oven/hob, fridge/freezer, honesty bar (please, please remember to replenish!), spiral staircase.
Bedroom 2: king size bed, two bedside cabinets, built-in wardrobe, ensuite shower room with WC.
Bedroom 3: twin single beds, chest of drawers.
Family bathroom: freestanding bath, hand basin, low level push button WC & heated towel rail.
Spiral staircase to:
First floor landing: storage shelves.
Bedroom 1 with ensuite washroom: king size bed, radiator & ensuite low level push button WC and basin.
Underfloor heating throughout the ground floor.
Parking on the gravel driveway for two cars.
East and West Wittering and Bracklesham are about eight miles south of Chichester. The villages are on the edge of Chichester Harbour which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is criss-crossed by many coastal paths, leafy lanes, mudflats and dappled ways on its extensive 74km2 of inland and coastal habitat.
The beaches of East and West Wittering and Bracklesham Bay are adjacent to the sand dunes, salt marshes and flowing tides of East Head, and a little further north is Apuldram and Dell Quay marina where the hidden gem Crown & Anchor pub can be found.
Watersports and sailing at Chichester Marina and other local coastal spots. Golf, fishing, horse-riding and sea-swimming. Walking and nature surround us.
About the neighbourhood
Chichester is one of the most well-preserved Georgian cities in the UK, with its centre sitting within the famous Roman walls. The four pedestrianised streets, North, South, East and West converge on Market Cross and offer a comprehensive range of shops, bars and restaurants. The arts are well catered for as Chichester is home to the internationally acclaimed Festival Theatre and smaller Minerva Theatre. Pallant House Art Gallery exhibits modern contemporary art with a high-profile permanent collection and seasonal exhibitions. The city hosts a remarkable amount of celebrated music and arts festivals centred around the Cathedral.
Fishbourne Palace with its Roman mosaic is less than three miles away. Further afield the National Trust’s Uppark House and Petworth House are outstanding, and for younger visitors Peppa Pig World is out towards the New Forest.
The beautiful South Downs countryside stretches north of Chichester from Winchester to Eastbourne.
The Solent and Chichester Harbour are particularly popular with sailors. The harbour is made up of a series of tidal creeks and is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty with wonderful walks while Chichester Marina, Birdham Pool and Itchenor Sailing Club provide the nearest sailing facilities. The National Trust reserve at East Head has perhaps the most picturesque blue flag beach in West Sussex and the award winning coastline of the Witterings and Bracklesham Bay in general provides many opportunities for swimming, surfing, windsurfing, SUP boarding and kitesurfing.
Goodwood Estate racecourse has meetings including Glorious Goodwood and Qatar. Goodwood also has an airfield and its historic motor-racing circuit hosts the Festival of Speed and Revival.
Chichester has a main line railway station which provides a regular service to London Victoria and Gatwick Airport. An alternative, slightly faster rail service to London is via Havant to London Waterloo. Brighton, Portsmouth and Southampton are all easily reached along the coast. The area is well served from Chichester with the A27 (M27) coastal route and A3 to London.