Harbour View is a delightful end-of-terrace period cottage set in the heart of the popular village of Fishbourne. Having undergone significant modernisation by the current owners, the cottage offers a wonderful blend of cottage character and a modern interior, with the benefit of off-road parking to the rear.
On entering the cottage, the dining room is currently located in the front room and features a fireplace and bay window. This leads through to the sitting room, which features a wood burner and stylish under-stair storage solution. The dining room and sitting room both have attractive wood flooring. Semi-open plan to the sitting room is a stylish kitchen/breakfast room which has been extended from the original cottage layout. This light and airy space has a range of modern floor and wall units with a breakfast bar and space for a range style cooker. This room benefits from a roof light as well as glazed doors opening out to the south facing rear garden. There is also a useful cloakroom.
To the first floor, the principal bedroom overlooks the rear garden and so has a bright southerly aspect. It also offers a modern en suite shower room. There is a also a further double bedroom to this floor. Stairs lead to a loft room with Velux windows looking south over the garden and towards Chichester Harbour. This room also has an en suite shower room.
Harbour View has a most attractive cottage garden to the rear, which is mostly laid to lawn with a gravelled path leading to a gravelled area adjacent to the rear of the cottage. This area provides a delightful space for outdoor seating, set facing south and flanked on one side by a brick and flint wall. At the far end of the garden there is a shed and greenhouse, with gated access to the parking area, where there is allocated space for 2 or 3 cars. This parking area is accessed via the car park to the neighbouring Bulls Head pub.
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"A delightful period cottage with extended kitchen"