A charming, detached bungalow in an idyllic location situated centrally in its own gardens. The property,
built in 1950 with planning consent subject to an Agricultural Restriction, and extended in the 1980s is well
constructed, brick built with a clay tile roof with the recent addition of solar panels on the southern elevation. The accommodation is well presented and provides flexible and spacious living space. The entrance hall is a good size with loft access and storage cupboard. Off the entrance hall is the fitted kitchen, family/dining room, 2 double bedrooms and the family bathroom. Off the kitchen is a door to a rear hallway that gives access to the 3rd single bedroom, a shower room with wc and also has doors to the large dual aspect sitting room which has a woodburner and floor to ceiling sliding doors out on the patio area.
Outside, the gardens which are mostly laid to lawn, are bordered by mature hedging and there is a patio area
accessed by both the sitting room and family/dining room. There is parking and a single garage.
LOCATION AND AMENITIES
The Bungalow is approximately mid-way betweenChichester harbour and the beach. Bracklesham Bay and
Selsey are both less than 5 miles away with the Witterings about 10 miles distant. A few miles to the north is the city centre of Chichester (just under 4 miles) with Goodwood beyond, and the South Downs National Park is a further mile. The village itself has a parish church, primary school and small shop within the fuel station. The waters of Chichester Harbour and The Solent provide some of the best sailing facilities within convenient travelling distance of London. In addition to the marina, there are further sailing clubs at Bosham and Itchenor. Chichester city centre has a wide range of facilities within its pedestrianised centre including numerous bars and restaurants, Pallant House Gallery and Chichester Festival Theatre. To the north lies the Goodwood Estate, famous for the Festival of Speed and September Revival meeting at its historic motor circuit. Goodwood also plays host to a full calendar of horse racing as well as having its own private country club and golf course.
Electric heating and hot water, mains water and drainage.
Underfloor heating to the shower room only.
Take the B2145 off the A27 and follow this road for approximately 3.4 miles in the direction of Selsey. Look
out for the Anchor Public House on the left just after a sharp right hand bend and then take the next turning on the right in to Rotten Row shortly after. Continue down Rotten Row and after approximately 160 metres you will find the entrance to Homestead Nursery on the left hand side. You will see the bungalow on the right, continue past and you will find parking adjacent to the hedge on the right in front of the garage.
The original planning consent (SI/15/49) was granted to the owner who farmed the adjacent holding.
Condition (b) states that 'the dwelling shall be occupied by persons whose employment or latest employment is or was employment in agriculture as defined by section 119 (1) of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1947, or in forestry orin an industry mainly dependent upon agriculture and also the dependants of such persons as aforesaid'.
The Agents have made an application to Chichester District
Council for removal of the condition (21/00867/FUL) the
outcome of which is awaited.
Any sale to a Purchaser who complies with Condition (b) will be subject to an overage charge of £100,000 payable on grant of planning consent for the removal of the Condition at any date in the 10 years following purchase.
EPC rating F (37)
Limited to persons who can demonstrate compliance with Condition (b) (above) and strictly by appointment with the sole agent RH & RW Clutton