Bognor Regis 3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow



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A SUBSTANTIAL DETACHED BUNGALOW, situated at the head of a small CUL-DE-SAC of individual properties, close to the centre of Felpham Village and standing on a GENEROUS and SECLUDED PLOT extending to an excess of 0.25 of an acre. Having been subject to modernisation, improvement and extension in recent years, the well balanced accommodation which includes THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS and LUXURIOUSLY appointed bath/shower room, a SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM enjoying a SOUTHERLY ASPECT OVER THE DELIGHTFUL GARDENS, with the additional benefit of driveway providing off street parking for a number of vehicles leading to a garage.

Substantial Double Bay Fronted Detached Bungalow

Large Southerly Gardens Extending To An Excess Of 0.25 Of An Acre

Three Double Bedrooms

Feature Bath/Shower Room

Gas Fired Central Heating & UPVC Double Glazing

Off Street Parking For Vehicles & Garage

Cul-de-Sac Position

Village Within Walking Distance

Scope For Enlargement (Subject to Necessary Consents)

Photovoltaic Solar Panels

Within Felpham Village there are a good range of local shopping catering for everyday needs, together with public houses restaurants, with the promenade and associated beach cafés nearby.

The historic centres of Chichester and Arundel are some nine and eight miles respectively, offering a wider range of amenities for sporting, cultural and shopping pursuits.



Oak stable front door with leaded light panel leading to SPACIOUS RECEPTION HALL:
Two radiators, feature fire place opening with gas flame effect log burner, walk-in storage/cloaks cupboard,

WC, wash basin, part tiled splash backs.

20' 2" (6.15m) x 17' 5" (5.3m):
A bright triple aspect room enjoying a southerly aspect over the secluded rear garden with glazed door leading to paved terrace, feature gas flame effect log burner, two radiators.

20' 8" (6.3m) x 9' 4" (2.85m):
Range of hard wood working surfaces incorporating one and a quarter bowl enamel sink unit with monobloc tap, extensive range of fitted drawer and cupboard units beneath, fitted eye level wall cupboards with concealed lighting under, double full height larder cupboard, peninsula breakfast bar with storage below, integrated appliances including Hotpoint ceramic hob with tiled splashback and stainless steel Bosch extractor/light over, integrated AEG double oven with storage cupboards above and below, larder fridge and dishwasher, tiled splash backs, radiator, access to roof space, optional underfloor heating, door to south facing paved terrace.

Fitted work surface with space and plumbing below for domestic appliances, storage cupboard, fitted eye level wall cupboard, recess suitable for fridge/freezer, wall mounted gas fired boiler serving domestic hot water and central heating, radiator.

13' 6" (4.11m) x 12' 4" (3.77m) extending into deep square bay:
Two feature leaded light porthole windows, recess fitted wardrobe, radiator.

13' 5" (4.1m) x 12' 9" (3.88m) Maximum measurement:
Enjoying a pleasant aspect over the rear garden, recessed wardrobe cupboards, radiator.

13' 6" (4.11m) x 8' 3" (2.52m) Plus deep square bay window:

12' 8" (3.87m) x 6' 11" (2.1m):
Panelled bath inset into tiled surround, wash basin, WC with concealed plumbing, bidet, corner entry power shower cubicle with multiple sprays, full height ceramic tiling to walls, extractor vent, recess ceiling lighting, optional underfloor heating.

Attached to the property and approached via the rear courtyard is a

21' 4" (6.5m) x 8' 9" (2.66m):
Power and light connected, up and over door.

The front garden is approached via a tarmacadam driveway providing off street parking for a number of vehicles with a central pathway leading to a recessed entrance, there are areas of lawn and established borders.

The rear is a delightful feature of this home, enjoying a delightful secluded southerly aspect being of larger than average size extending to approximately 0.25 of an acre, offering a range of mature trees and shrubs providing an attractive focal feature, timber garden summer house and three garden sheds, immediately adjoining the house is a paved terrace.

We understand from the present owner, the photovoltaic solar panels generate approximately £2,000 per annum on the current tariff.

Council tax band E.



The Local Area

A great, friendly town with all you could need

Mr & Mrs Schmee, Bognor Regis

Bognor Regis

Known for its beaches, Bognor Regis is a coastal town in the heart of West Sussex with a diverse property landscape boasting both intimate chalets and grand Victorian townhouses. With its Grade II listed pier and seaside promenade, this former fishing village has a number of excellent facilities including its own University campus, a host of new retail parks and attractions including Butlins Holiday Park. 

Bognor boasts a sizable high street with a wide variety of shops and cafes. There are also plenty of restaurants and pubs scattered across the town, a cinema and a nightclub on the historic pier.

Bognor has many schools catering for all ages including The Regis School, St Mary’s R C School and Nyewood C of E School. 

Located less than an hour away from Portsmouth and Brighton, the town has its own train station with direct routes to London in under two hours and excellent road connections to neighbouring towns. 

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