Modern listed cottage

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A delightful former Duke of Norfolk Estate cottage, believed to have been constructed in the late 18th/early 19th Century by Napoleonic Prisoners of War, subsequently upgraded, extended and modernised.

The construction is beach pebbles with red brick dressings and Listed Grade II within the old town Conservation Area.

The cottage, on King Street, has been recently modernised and now consists of a large open-plan sitting and dining room with solid oak flooring and feature fireplace leading to a vaulted glazed ceiling kitchen/breakfast room with tiled flooring and double doors opening out to the secluded westerly-facing rear gardens.

From the kitchen there is a good- sized utility room and access to the ground floor cloakroom.

The first floor consists of two good sized bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes and a modern bathroom suite, with access to the loft room from the landing.

The gardens, which are westerly facing and enjoy far reaching views, are secluded and part brick enclosed.

Guide price £375,000 freehold.

For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Jackson-Stops & Staff, 28 High Street, Arundel. Telephone 01903 885886.