Leasehold Flat / Apartment Sold STC
Valentines Lea, Northchapel

£150,000 Guide Price
  • Flat / Apartment
  • Leasehold
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Ref: GRA200117
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Property Features

  • One double bedroom
  • Private garden
  • Village location
  • No through road
  • Excellent condition throughout
  • Refitted kitchen and bathroom
  • Modern and well presented

Full Details

This modern and well presented first floor apartment is situated in a no through road, nestled within the popular West Sussex village of Northchapel. In our opinion this property would make an excellent first time or buy to let purchase, as the property has been subject to improvements by the current owners, meaning the property now offers a purchaser the ability to move in and simply enjoy.

The accommodation comprises a large reception room, with large window allowing an abundance of natural light to fill the room and enjoying views over the village and countryside beyond. There is a modern refitted kitchen, open plan to the reception space. There is also a well proportioned double bedroom, again enjoying views through the large window. The bathroom has been refitted by the current owner, offering a modern and bright space, with useful storage. Rather unusually for an apartment, there are several useful built in storage cupboard, including a double wardrobe in the bedroom.

Of particular note with this property is the added bonus of a private garden, which the owners have used to create a beautiful and relaxing space. The garden is mainly laid to lawn, with mature flower borders and a patio area ideal for al fresco dining. There is also a brick built shed for garden storage.

Northchapel is a popular village, full of historical significance, given its name by housing the Chapel to the North of Petworth House Estate, now known as St. Michael’s Church. The village itself also has a shop, pub, and very well regarded Primary School which has recently celebrated its 100 year anniversary. The village green is the real hub of the community, where many traditional sports such as Stool ball are still played. The village is situated almost equidistant between the larger towns of Petworth (to the south) and Haslemere (to the north-west) where you will find larger shopping facilities as well as the mainline station at Haslemere providing a service to London Waterloo in 50 minutes.