Tythe Barn Road

Selsey 2 Bedroom Detached Bungalow



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A DETACHED bungalow to the south of the village with an IMPRESSIVE OPEN PLAN LIVING/DINING ROOM, two DOUBLE bedrooms, garage & parking plus SECLUDED WEST FACING GARDEN. EPC D.





This detached bungalow is situated in a quiet residential road to the south of the village. The property has been the subject of imaginative updating and alteration and now offers well presented accommodation with two double bedrooms, two bathrooms and an impressive open plan living/dining room. Outside there is off-street parking for several cars, garaging and a secluded west facing rear garden.

External courtesy light. Composite front door to SPACIOUS ENTRANCE HALL. Deep built-in cloaks cupboard housing electric meter and fuse box and a wall mounted gas fired boiler supplying central heating and domestic hot water. Ladder-style radiator. Built-in airing cupboard to side housing a Jet Range hot tank and immersion heater with slatted shelves above. Double radiator. Access to roof space via aluminium loft ladder. Wood block flooring.

OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM 22' 4" (6.81m) x 21' 5" (6.53m)::
A light and airy room with twin patio doors to garden and Velux roof lights providing additional natural light.

Comprehensively fitted in white high gloss base and wall mounted units with composite work surfaces over extending into a breakfast bar/room divider. Under-mount one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher to side. Inset three-ring induction hob with extractor above. Built-in double oven and microwave in upright housing unit with storage above and below. Integrated larder-style refrigerator to one side, built-in wine cooler to the other side. Deep built-in shelved pantry cupboard with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Upright radiator. Concealed LED skirting lights. Ceramic tiled floor extending throughout the living area. Feature timber slatted wall fitted with full-width low level storage with concealed LED lighting. One upright radiator and one double radiator. Television aerial point. Inset LED ceiling lights.

BEDROOM ONE 14' 3" (4.34m) x 9' 7" (2.92m)::
Measurement excludes door recess. Telephone and television aerial points. Double radiator. Wood block flooring. EN SUITE WET ROOM Fully tiled. White suite of shower area with mains fed shower, low level WC and wash hand basin with mixer tap. Ladder-style radiator. Tiled floor.

BEDROOM TWO 11' 6" (3.51m) x 8' 11" (2.72m)::
Measurement excludes the door recess. Single radiator. Wood block flooring.

FAMILY BATHROOM 8' 1" (2.46m) x 6' 6" (1.98m)::
Fully tiled. White suite of panelled bath with mixer/shower attachment and glazed concertina shower screen, close-coupled WC and wash hand basin built into high gloss vanity unit with cupboard and drawer storage. Ladder-style radiator. Ceramic tiled floor.

The property is approached over a brick paviour driveway providing off-street parking for several cars and leading to a single GARAGE.
The front garden is bounded by low level fencing and is laid to lawn with inset shrubs. Gated pedestrian access leads to the enclosed REAR GARDEN which measures approximately 40' (12.19m) x 35' (10.67m). There is a paved patio adjacent to the property leading onto a lawn and a further paved seating area. In addition, there is a SIDE AREA of garden that measures approximately 35' (10.67m) x 7' (2.13m), housing a timber garden shed. The whole garden is west facing and enjoys a high degree of seclusion.

By appointment with Gilbert & Cleveland.
24-3600 RD 16.02.24

Council Tax Band - D



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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