Wellington Mews development in Chichester offers mews houses close to Festival Theatre

Friday, 22nd February 2019, 10:40 am
Updated Friday, 22nd February 2019, 10:45 am

This stunning development of four contemporary mews homes in Chichester has been finished to exacting standards.

Wellington Mews is a small private development of just four individual contemporary mews houses, built around a courtyard setting.

Each mews house features a large open plan kitchen/dining/family room and a separate living room, and has three bedrooms plus a study/hobbies room.

There are two en-suite bathrooms as well as a family bathroom to each property.

Bi-fold doors open from the kitchen/family room onto the private terrace and landscaped courtyard, offering spacious and flexible living space.

The mews houses also benefit from two dedicated parking spaces each, in addition to shared visitor parking.

To the front of Wellington Mews is 67 Broyle Road, which Elberry Properties has developed for the Chichester Festival Theatre who will use it to accommodate their visiting creative directors.

This site was formerly home to an historic public house, The Wellington Arms, which originally opened its doors in 1855 and was frequented by soldiers who were posted at the former military barracks across the road.

In more recent years the building was home to the French restaurant Comme Ca which over the years welcomed many famous faces who were in residence at the theatre, located just across the road to the south of Oaklands Park.

For more information contact Tod Anstee Hancock, The Old Coach House, 14 West Pallant, Chichester. Telephone 01243 523723.