This delightful bright and spacious grade ll listed end of terrace period cottage has immense charm and character with stunning views of the harbour. The property has been upgraded by the present owner and is beautifully presented throughout. Notable features are the timber floors and exposed brick chimney breast with gas 'wood burner effect' stove. There is a warm cosy ambience complimented by the light and airy atmosphere which radiates throughout the living accommodation with wonderful views of the harbour through the lovely sash windows.
Flood Cottage is situated in one of the most sought after locations in the heart of this desirable sailing village and is set well back with a front garden and close to the waterfront, only a short walk to the sailing club.
The highly regarded harbour village has been associated with the sea ever since Roman Times and is now a wonderful centre for sailing, with a multitude of moorings for boats and yachts and a long established sailing club. Old Bosham, as it is known locally, has a fascinating history and the chancel of its Saxon church is featured in the Bayeux Tapestry.
The village has a primary school, two public houses. a popular hotel/restaurant, tearooms, arts and crafts centre and a large local farm shop with post office and medical centre all in close proximity.
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"A charming grade II listed end of terrace cottage of character with a view of the harbour"