This pretty and well presented semi-detached cottage occupies a lovely rural position in the hamlet of Lyminster, close to the church and within the conservation area.
The house is orientated north/south, with a pretty south facing garden and swimming pool, whilst to the north there are lovely views across farmland to the downs in the distance.
It is believed that the house was originally part of the estate of the Duke of Norfolk and for many years was occupied by Mr Pauls, a carter for the estate.
The house has been extended with a substantial sun room to the east, which features a 16ft deep well with potable water, currently used for watering the garden and filling the swimming pool.
The bedrooms are all doubles and at the end of the garden is a detached garage with adjacent parking space for a caravan, boat or additional cars.
Ground floor accommodation comprises: entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, cloak/shower room and sun room.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a shower room.
Outside, there is a very pretty south facing rear garden with raised beds and lawn, well stocked summer flower beds, greenhouse and outside tap.
An arbor leads through a rose arch to a 30ft outdoor swimming pool with paved area around, brick built barbecue, sitting area and summerhouse with grapevine clad pergola. There is also a tool shed, plant room, and single detached garage with additional parking space.
Guide Price £475,000.
For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Jackson-Stops & Staff, 28 High Street, Arundel. Telephone 01903 885886.