Coastguards Lane, West Street

Selsey 2 Bedroom Terraced House



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Built circa 1875, being Grade ll listed with CHARACTER FEATURES and SEA VIEWS from first floor. Having TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS, a mature garden and OFF-STREET PARKING.




APPROX 67.9 SQ. M (731.4 SQ. FT)

A rare opportunity to purchase one of the original coastguard/admiralty cottages, believed to have been built in 1875 and being Victorian Grade ll listed. This mid-terrace house is presented in good order with the benefit of gas fired central heating, a detached car port and a good-sized private garden. Located on the favoured west side of the village, the property enjoys sea views to the Isle of Wight and Solent as well as rural views to the north towards the south downs. Viewing is recommended to appreciate this unique property.

Glazed multi-pane door to ENTRANCE PORCH. Half-glazed multi-pane front door to:-

LIVING ROOM 16' (4.88m) x 10' 10" (3.30m):
Open fireplace with slate hearth having a wood burning stove with built-in low level cupboards to either side. Stripped wood flooring. Double radiator. Door to:-

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 14' 3" (4.34m) x 8' 5" (2.57m):
Measurement includes the enclosed stairs to first floor, having a built-in shelved cupboard below housing the electric meters and fuses. The kitchen is fitted in a matching range of base and wall mounted units in cream 'Shaker' style providing comprehensive cupboard and drawer storage space with wood grain effect work surfaces and part-tiling to walls. Tiled chimney recess with slate hearth. Inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with French-style mixer taps. Breakfast bar unit. Fitted gas cooker with electric oven and grill, illuminated extractor hood above. Space for upright fridge/freezer. Double radiator. Recessed ceiling lights. Wood stripped flooring. Door to:-

REAR LOBBY with cloaks hanging space. Ceramic tiled floor. Leading into:-

White suite of low level WC and wash hand basin in vanity unit with tiled splash back, fully tiled and enclosed shower cubicle with mains fed shower. Chrome ladder-style radiator. Ceramic tiled floor.

UTILITY/REAR LOBBY 7' 3" (2.21m) x 4' 8" (1.42m):
Of lean-to style with dwarf cavity wall construction, wooden double glazed upper elevations and a glazed roof. Access to rear courtyard.

Stairs to FIRST FLOOR and LANDING. Access to roof space via aluminium loft ladder, having electric light and housing a gas fired combination boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating.

BEDROOM ONE 11' 2" (3.40m) x 9' 11" (3.02m):
Single radiator. Sea views.

BEDROOM TWO 14' 1" (4.29m) x 8' 8" (2.64m):
Measurement excludes a single built-in wardrobe cupboard. Single radiator. Downland views.

White suite of panelled bath in fully tiled surround with mains fed shower over, low level WC and wash hand basin in vanity unit with tiled splash back. Shaver point. Chrome ladder-style radiator.

The property is approached over a gravel driveway leading to a DETACHED CAR PORT measuring 17'10 (5.44m) x 16' (4.88m), having a pitched and tiled roof with an integrated storeroom, electric light, power and offering off-street parking for one vehicle. Giving access to the GARDEN which is an additional feature of the property being long and narrow measuring approximately 130' (39.62m) x 18' (5.49m), primarily laid to lawn with a profusion of mature shrubs and hedges with a paved patio and an area suitable for a kitchen garden. To the rear of the property there is communal access over a courtyard area giving access to an outbuilding containing a useful STORE 6'9 (2.06m) x 3'3 (0.99m) and another measuring 6'7 (2.01m) x 3'3 (0.99m) having plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

By appointment with Gilbert & Cleveland
20-3353 RD 15.09.20



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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