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John Edwards & Co is delighted to present this charming four bed semi-detached chalet bungalow in picturesque Findon Village, close to the local shops, restaurants, and pubs, and at the foot of the South Downs, enabling easy access to the National Trust site of Cissbury Ring and its surrounding walks. The property comprises four bedrooms, a spacious main living/dining room, a good sized kitchen, two bath/shower rooms, a roof terrace with stunning downland views, front and rear gardens, and off-road parking. It is offered chain free. This is a genuinely lovely property in a hugely desirable area, and one in which we anticipate a great deal of interest. Viewing is essential in order to fully appreciate all it has to offer. *** CHAIN FREE *** FRONT GARDEN
The front garden is mostly laid to lawn and fringed with pants and shrubs, mature plants, shrubs, and trees. There is off-street parking space for two cars, a large wooden storage shed/car port, gated access to the rear garden, and steps up to the front door, which is sheltered beneath a storm porch, and with exterior lighting.
The entrance hall features a part-wood/part-carpeted floor, a skimmed ceiling, wall-mounted lighting, a thermostat, a radiator, power points, and the doors leading into bedrooms three and four, the downstairs shower room, the living and dining room, and the kitchen. There is also an inbuilt cupboard housing the electrics.
LIVING & DINING ROOM
This spacious L-shaped main living space features a wooden floor, a coved and skimmed ceiling with inset spotlighting, wall-mounted lighting, radiators, a large period-style cast-iron feature fireplace, TV and power points, and plenty of space for both lounge and dining furniture, and the doors into the kitchen and entrance hall. Double-glazed doors lead out onto the rear garden, and there is also a staircase up to the first floor with storage space below.
The kitchen features a range of wall and base mounted cabinets, square edged wooden work surfaces with an inset sink and drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, and an integrated oven and grill with four burner gas hob and extractor unit over. There is a ceramic tiled floor, a skimmed ceiling with inset spotlighting, wood panelled walls, power points, an inbuilt pantry/larder, a folding door into the living room, and double-glazed doors to rear aspect. The boiler servicing the property is also situated here.
Good sized downstairs double bedroom with a wood floor, a skimmed ceiling with suspended spotlighting, TV and power points, a radiator, some inbuilt wardrobe storage, and a double-glazed leaded bay window to front aspect.
Another good-sized double room with a carpeted floor, skimmed ceiling with suspended spotlights, TV and power points, a radiator, and a leaded double-glazed bay window to front aspect.
This convenient downstairs shower room features a three-piece suite comprising a corner shower cubicle, a pedestal hand wash basin, and a low-level WC. There is a vinyl floor, tiled walls, a wood-panelled ceiling with a central ceiling light and extraction unit, and a double-glazed opaque window to side aspect.
STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR & LANDING
The stairs are carpeted with a wooden balustrade. At the landing level there is a carpeted floor, a skimmed ceiling with a smoke detector, wall-mounted lighting, a double-glazed window to rear aspect, and the doors into bedrooms one and two, and the family bathroom.
BEDROOM ONE - MASTER
This good sized converted loft room features a carpeted floor, a skimmed ceiling with pendant lighting, a radiator, TV and power points, a Velux window to front aspect, and double-glazed French-style doors out onto the roof terrace.
The property also has the benefit of a sizeable roof terrace, which has a wooden decked floor, and plenty of space for outside furniture and potted plants. There are also stunning views of the South Downs.
Second bedroom (single) which is presently used as a home office by the current owner. It features a carpeted floor, a skimmed ceiling with inset spotlighting, power points, some under-eave storage space, Velux windows to side aspect with stunning South Downs views.
The family bathroom features a three-piece sweet comprising a panelled bath, a pedestal hand wash basin, and a low-level WC. There is a tiled floor, a skimmed ceiling with a central ceiling light and extraction unit, part-tiled walls, a heated towel rail, and double-glazed opaque windows to front aspect.
The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn and fringed with established plants, shrubs, and trees. There is a decking area, a patio section perfect for barbecuing or outside dining, a large wooden summer house, exterior power points, an outside tap, and gated access to the front of the property.