Set in the heart of the picturesque village of Walberton and backing onto open fields sits this beautifully presented period home. Built in the 1930’s by the well known ‘Booker brothers’ this stunning home retains many original features including oak panelling and original wood flooring. The accommodation is arranged over two levels and comprises of three double bedrooms, four reception rooms, a modern well-appointed kitchen and stunning south facing garden offering far reaching views over fields to the rear.
The property This beautiful period home is located in the heart of the picturesque Walberton village and enjoys breathtaking views over the surrounding countryside.
The approach is via Burch Grove, a no through road in the heart of this stunning village, with the property set at the end of the close adjoining open countryside.
The property boasts a large driveway and attached garage.
On entering the property there is a welcoming entrance hall which leads into an inner hall.
From the inner hallway an oak panel stair case rises to the first-floor landing and doors open into all of the principal rooms. The ground floor comprises of an attractive sitting room with feature fireplace. From the sitting room an opening leads to the formal dining room, with feature fireplace. The well-appointed modern kitchen sits at the rear of the property and enjoys views over the garden and fields through the conservatory. The conservatory steps down to the rear garden.
The remainder of the ground floor comprises of a separate study/bedroom 4 overlooking the garden, a utility room accessed from the conservatory and a cloakroom located from the inner hall.
The oak panel stair case rises to the first floor with a stunning picture window on the half landing affording far reaching views over fields to the rear. There are three good sized double bedrooms on this floor and a modern family bathroom serving them.
The rear garden is particularly attractive being south facing and offering stunning far reaching farmland views. The garden consist of well-kept lawns and herbaceous borders, and access to the front.
The location Walberton village has an excellent school and gives easy access to a good range of shops, a village hall, Church and other community amenities. There is a mainline railway station to London Victoria at nearby Barnham. The historic city of Arundel is less than five miles to the East, to the West is Chichester with its wide selection of shops, superstores, restaurants, bars and theatre. The surrounding area offers a variety of recreational facilities including a number of golf courses, the nearest being at Goodwood itself, which also provides a country club with gym, indoor swimming pool and tennis courts. Famous for its horse racing, Goodwood also plays host to the Annual Festival of Speed and the Revival of this historic motor circuit, both of which have become prominent events on the social calendar.
To the south the waters of Chichester Harbour and the Solent provide some of the most popular sailing facilities within easy reach of London. Most notably there are sailing clubs at Itchenor, Bosham and Chichester Marina. The beaches at East Head and West or East Wittering provide many opportunities for bathing, windsurfing, kiteboarding and more recently landboarding.
The South Downs National Park to the north is home to a variety of pretty rural villages with good country pubs and provides many opportunities for walking, riding and mountain biking.