Mariners Cottage is a beautiful harbour side 18th Century Grade II listed detached cottage of immense charm and character, offering relatively substantial and versatile living accommodation with fantastic views of the harbour and Bosham channel. The property has been thoughtfully restored and modernised with a quality finish in recent years and the combination of period and contemporary features create a fabulous atmosphere throughout all of the living rooms. On entering the cottage there is a particularly welcoming Reception Hall with a lovely flagstone floor and a staircase to the first floor. The living space is versatile and particularly spacious and each room has a warm and cosy ambience with an excellent degree of natural light.
On the ground floor, doors from the Reception Hall lead to various rooms including a Study, Bathroom Room/WC and the spacious L-shaped Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Room area, with a flagstone floor, fireplace with wood burning stove and a lovely curved bay window and seating to the front aspect, all of which creates a lovely atmosphere complimented by the wonderful views of the harbour. The kitchen area has a superb range of country style wall and base units with a mix of granite and wood worktops and a two oven Aga. From the kitchen, a lobby area with French doors leads out to the rear garden.
Leading off the Reception Hall there is a Bathroom/WC adjacent to the Bedroom which has a door leading to a dressing area, which then leads through to a lobby that accesses a Guest Bedroom with luxury en-suite, double doors lead out from the bedroom to a Conservatory leading out to the rear garden. On the first floor there is a landing leading to a Shower Room/WC, Bedroom and the Principal Bedroom with en-suite Bathroom.
From the landing, at the front of the property there is a spacious Drawing Room with fireplace and a series of windows affording natural light with amazing commanding views of the harbour.
Mariners Cottage occupies one of the best positions on Bosham Harbour fronting onto the Trippet, a pathway leading from the old High Street to the head of the harbour. The property is approached from a private road to the rear though a five-bar timber gate leading into a driveway with plenty of parking space for several vehicles and small dinghys and the drive is flanked by and a long neatly kept lawn. The rear garden has been thoughtfully landscaped and displays lovely seasonal colourful flowers and shrubs. There is a large detached garage with two double doors and extra space to house at least three vehicles and a staircase to a useful first floor room with two windows. In all, set in about 0.2 acres.