Guide price £525,000
A delightful Grade II listed character cottage in the heart of this popular village.
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- Private Parking
- Off Road Parking
Austens is a truly delightful and spacious period cottage set in the heart of the old part of the village of Tangmere. The well-proportioned accommodation offer a wealth of character features and viewing is essential to fully appreciate the qualities of this cottage.
On the ground floor, an entrance hall leads to a bright and spacious, dual aspect sitting room which features herringbone pattern woodblock flooring, a log burner and exposed beams. There is a study which overlooks the front garden and there is also a dining room which leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room. This kitchen space is a good size and features a large Aga (electric and gas), a smart range of kitchen units with integrated appliances and plenty of space for a breakfast table. The ground floor accommodation is complemented by a large and useful utility/boot room (with WC) with direct access from the cottage's driveway.
The first floor is comprised of three well-proportioned double bedrooms, one of which has a good size en-suite bathroom. There is also a stylish family shower room.
To the front of the cottage is an attractive garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a central path leading to the front door. To one side, there is a gated, gravelled driveway which provides private off-road parking.
To the rear of the cottage is a delightful courtyard space with an open westerly aspect, making it ideal for al fresco dining on a warm summer's evening.
The popular village of Tangmere is located less than 4 miles to the east of the historic, cathedral city of Chichester. Goodwood lies just a couple of miles to the north and offers excellent leisure facilities and numerous renowned sporting event, including horse racing, the Festival of Speed and Revival motor racing events and 2 championship golf courses.
Tangmere offers good local facilities, including a Coop convenience store, a village medical centre and a village hall with a playing fields. Tangmere is perhaps best known for being home to the WWII airfield from which Douglas Bader flew Spitfires. The Tangmere Military Aviation Museum continues the village's connections with this part of its history.