Property ID : TC
Properties for Sale in Petworth £495,000 Price Guide - Freehold, Townhouse
Period Corner House in Petworth Town Centre
A VERY CHARACTERFUL CORNER HOUSE OVER 4 FLOORS WITH 4 BEDROOMS IN THE TOWN CENTRE.
Lounge / Dining Room * Kitchen * Four Bedrooms * Bathroom * Cellar Bar * Workshop * Courtyard Storage *
This Grade II listed property offers spacious living accommodation with the benefit of being very well presented and situated in the centre of town.
An early internal inspection is essential to appreciate the accommodation and situation of this family home.
The accommodation with approximate dimensions comprises:
Front door opening into;
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM: 8m x 5.27m
Four secondary glazed windows span the lounge dining room two with unique sills crafted from Amazonian wood collected and brought back by the current owner who has been in residence since 1966. A large open working fireplace with stone tile hearth. Two double radiators and twin “skirting” radiators. Corner cupboard housing the fuse board and electricity meter. Telephone & Aerial Points. Thermostat control ( see Agents Notes).
KITCHEN: 4.20m x 3m
A range of wooden base units, round copper sink with mixer tap, worktop, space for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge / freezer, Radiator, Cupboard housing Worcester boiler and Corner Cupboard, Chimney extractor hood with “hammered” finish, terracotta floor tiles, central ceiling light. Power, Telephone, Aerial points.
Door opening onto the storage courtyard. Space for rubbish bin, gate onto Trumpers Lane.
Phone Point, Storage Cupboard, Skylight, Radiator, Wooden Floor.
BEDROOM 1: 3.65m x 4.15m
DAB aerial and Telephone point. Working Fireplace. Built in Wardrobe. Ceiling Light, Duel Aspect Secondary Glazing.
BEDROOM 2: 3.72m x 3.05m
Built in Cupboard. Storage Cupboard. Power Points, Aerial Point. Radiator. Ceiling Light. Secondary Glazed Window.
White Suite with pedestal sink. Half Tiled Walls. Large Eves Storage housing Water Tank. Radiator. Aerial Point.
Landing with built in storage cupboard housing Water & Header Tank. Loft Hatch.
BEDROOM 3: 3.75m x 4.60m
Currently arranged as an office. Secondary Glazed Window. Working Fireplace. Built in Cupboard. Radiator. Power Points. Track Lighting.
BEDROOM 4: 3.85m x 3.10m
Secondary Glazed Window. Radiator. Aerial, Phone & Power Points. Wooden Floor.
BASEMENT: 29.5 sq mt in total
Entered from the lounge this area is currently split into a Bar and workshop; divided by louvre doors. The bar area has an attractive Parquet Floor, Panelled & Stone walls, Brick built serving bar. Corner “wood burner” (effect only light).Wooden Ceiling. Wall & Ceiling Lights. Power Points.
Workshop area has Lights & Power Points.
Heating is controlled by the HIVE app
Strictly by appointment with Rosewarnes Estate Agents, Tel. Petworth (01798) 344134
Make the right move by finding your properties in Petworth, West Sussex with Rosewarnes and Harrison Bridger Ltd.
Petworth has a wonderful array of facilities to offer residents and visitors. Antique shops of course, but more besides… Petworth is becoming something of a culinary centre, whether for shopping or dining. Shops like The Hungry Guest which has two shops in town, including a great delicatessen offering a wide range of excellent quality produce from local suppliers. they have a special cheese room, temperature controlled and offering many local and international cheeses.
Restaurants in Petworth are varied and of a high quality, and include the following of note…
– The Leconfield Restaurant is an award winning restaurant in the centre of town, having appeared in the Tatler Restaurant Guide as well as the Good food guide.
– Meghdoots Mystique Masala is regarded by many as the best authentic Indian restaurant for miles around, and their clientele travel here to enjoy their time honoured cuisine.
Cafe’s in Petworth are also varied in their offerings but of a good quality, and here are 5 cafes in the centre of Petworth;
Tiffins, a traditional tea room, open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas.
Hungry Guest Cafe
Bay Tree Bakery
Sport & Country Estates in and around Petworth are exceptional, and there are a number to visit and enjoy including these 3;
Petworth House, built in the 17th century, located in the centre of town and a wonderful National Trust property
Cowdray House, in neighbouring Midhurst has a splendid house for special events and occasions, the ruins of the old house and is famous as the centre for polo in West Sussex.
Goodwood House, famous for horse racing, highlighted by the “Glorious Goodwood Festival” which take place usually for a week in early August. Also, the now world famous motor racing events, Festival of Speed in July and The Revival September meetings. Petworth is less than 15 miles away, and an ideal base for all of these wonderful events.