Malthouse Road

Selsey 2 Bedroom Detached Bungalow
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Available

£290,000

Property Photo

DETACHED BUNGALOW
FAVOURED LOCATION
EASY WALK OF HIGH STREET

TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
SUN ROOM ADDITION
AMPLE PARKING

GENEROUS GARDENS
NO ONWARD CHAIN
EPC D

DETACHED BUNGALOW
FAVOURED LOCATION
EASY WALK OF HIGH STREET


TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
SUN ROOM ADDITION
AMPLE PARKING


GENEROUS GARDENS
NO ONWARD CHAIN
EPC D


This two bedroom detached bungalow is situated in a favoured location, just off the High Street, within an easy walk of all local amenities. The well-proportioned accommodation benefits from a modern shaker style kitchen and a lean-to style sun room leading onto an enclosed rear garden. Additional benefits include UPVC double glazing, gas fired central heating, ample off-street parking and a detached single garage, with generous gardens to both front and rear. The property is offered for sale with no onward chain.

UPVC front door with leaded light effect double glazed inset to ENTRANCE HALL. Built-in cupboard housing gas and electric meter and fuse box. Additional built-in shelved linen cupboard. Telephone point. Single radiator.

LIVING ROOM 16' 3" (4.95m) x 12' 7" (3.84m):
Feature fire surround on a marble hearth, housing an electric living flame effect fire. Television aerial point. One double and one single radiator. UPVC double glazed sliding patio door to sun room and door to:-

KITCHEN 10' 4" (3.15m) x 8' 2" (2.49m):
Fitted in a matching range of base and wall mounted units in cream shaker style, providing comprehensive cupboard and drawer storage with complimentary mottled roll edge work surfaces over and part-tiling to walls. Inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine to side. Inset four-ring ceramic hob. Built-in electric double oven in upright housing unit with cupboards above and below. Space for upright fridge/freezer to side. Built-in airing cupboard housing hot tank and immersion heater with slatted shelves above. Wall mounted Baxi gas fired boiler supplying central heating and domestic hot water. UPVC half-glazed door to driveway and garage.

SUN ROOM 10' 6" (3.20m) x 8' 3" (2.51m):
Lean-to style of aluminium construction with double glazed units, sliding doors to garden.

BEDROOM ONE 13' 6" (4.11m) x 10' 10" (3.30m):
Maximum measurement. Single radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 10' 1" (3.07m) x 9' 10" (3.00m):
Maximum measurement. Single radiator.

BATHROOM
Half-tiled. White suite of wood panelled bath with Triton electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin with light and shaver point and low level WC. Single radiator. Access to roof space.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached over a concrete driveway providing off-street parking for several cars, leading to a detached single GARAGE with electronic up-and-over door, having electric light and power. The front garden is laid to lawn with inset shrubs. Gated access from the driveway leads to the REAR GARDEN. This measures approximately 62' (18.9m) x 32' (9.75m) and is enclosed by panel fencing on all boundaries with a paved patio adjacent to the property. The remainder of garden is laid to lawn with established flower and shrub surrounds. Timber garden shed. External standpipe.

VIEWING
By appointment with Gilbert & Cleveland.
17-3098 RD 08.09.17

DIRECTIONS
From our office in the High Street proceed north through the village and turn right at the traffic lights opposite the fire station into Malthouse Road. Continue along and the property will be found on the right hand side just after the turning to Glen Crescent.

Available

£290,000

The Local Area

A great, friendly town with all you could need

Mr & Mrs Schmee, Bognor Regis

The seaside town of Selsey lies at the southern most point of the Manhood Peninsula. With beautiful beaches including the stunning Bracklesham Bay, Selsey has over the years become a prime spot for holidaymakers with family friendly holiday resorts such as Bunn Leisure settled along the coastline. 

Attractions include the Selsey Arts Society, The Selsey Lifeboat Station and Museum, the Selsey Windmill and the Selsey Cricket and Social Club, which is famous for being Sir Patrick Moore’s old stomping ground. 

The town has a range of local shops and is also home to some lovely restaurants, many of which make the most of the local delicacy Selsey Crab. 

The educational facilities in Selsey are good with two primary schools, The Seal Primary Academy and Medmerry Primary School and one secondary school, The Selsey Academy.

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