72 Parklands Road is an exceptional and beautifully presented, extended semi-detached property set in one of the most popular areas of Chichester, about a half mile walk from the city centre. Particular features include the open-plan kitchen/dining/living space, as well as a very good sized principal bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. The interior must be seen to be fully appreciated and this is complimented by a well-proportioned rear garden and off-road parking to the front of the property.
On entering 72 Parklands Road, the entrance hall leads to all the principal rooms on the ground floor. To the front of the property there is a cosy sitting room, with a stylish electric fireplace and attractive shutters to the windows. This room could easily be used as a fifth bedroom. There are three bedrooms to the ground floor, one with a modern en suite shower room. There is also a modern family bathroom. The rear of the ground floor has been extended and opened out to provide a wonderful social space. This light and airy space incorporates a living area, dining area and the kitchen. The kitchen area is equipped with a modern and stylish range of floor and wall units with space for a range-style cooker with hood above and a fridge/freezer. This kitchen area also has four skylights above to provide natural light to the cooking area. There is a further skylight over the living area, with patio doors opening from both the living area and the dining area out to the patio of the rear garden. In addition to all this, there is also a very useful utility room to the ground floor.
The principal bedroom is found on the first floor. This room offers good space and has a dual aspect with light coming in from both the east and the west. Also on the first floor is an impressive and stylish bathroom with both a double-ended bath and separate, large shower cubicle.
The property is approached over an open, gravelled parking area which can provide space for a number of vehicles. This is edged to one side by a flower bed with attractive planting. Gates to one side of the property provide access to a courtyard.
At the rear of the property there is a well-proportioned garden which is mostly laid to lawn, edged with flower beds and timber fencing. A patio area runs along the rear of the house with a path leading the length of the garden to a timber shed situated in the far corner.