The Cottage is a delightful detached house understood to date from the 1930's, offering well-proportioned accommodation and beautiful gardens of about a third of an acre, all set in the highly sought-after harbour village of Bosham.
On entering the house, the entrance hall provides access to the principal ground floor rooms, as well as offering under-stairs storage space. The sitting room is of a good size, having been extended in to the original footprint of an integral garage. This room now offers a great space for entertaining with doors opening to a patio area overlooking the rear gardens. The dining room has a bright dual aspect and is located adjacent to the kitchen. The kitchen itself has room for a breakfast table in the centre of the room and features a range of floor and wall units with an integrated eye-level double oven, ceramic hob and integrated fridge/freezer. There is a very useful pantry cupboard and tucked round a corner is a utility area with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Leading from the kitchen is an attractive conservatory overlooking the rear gardens. To the ground floor, there is also a spacious shower room.
To the first floor, there are four bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a study with a fold-down guest bed. The principal bedroom has a bright dual aspect and also features a walk-in dressing room/storage space that runs the full length of the bedroom. The two further bedrooms also offer bright aspects and there is a family bathroom which features a bath with a shower over.
The Cottage is set in delightful gardens with the total plot totalling approximately 0.303 of an acre. A pair of 5-bar timber gates provides access to the gravelled driveway which leads up to a single detached garage situated at the side of the house. The driveway gives ample room for parking and there is further space alongside the garage with gated access to the rear garden. The front gardens are attractively laid out with a pathway leading from both the driveway and the road to the front door. The front is mainly laid to lawn with well-tended shrubs and hedging, with a low-level brick wall bordering the road.
A side gate provides access through to the rear garden, which is also set out most attractively with mature flower boarders, shrubs and trees. Adjacent to the rear of the house is an area of patio which is accessed from either the conservatory or the living room, with a pergola situated just outside the living room. There is a timber shed/summer house set in one corner of the garden and there is also pedestrian access to the garage.