- Six bedroom semi-detached house
- Charm and period features
- Central location close to train station
- Garage and parking
- Spacious living
- Great outside space
If you are searching for a stylish period property in Petersfield then this Victorian town house will get you excited. Located perfectly for London (Waterloo) commuters and children needing access to schools, this home is ideal for growing families. The owners have spent time and money on the property to make it a wonderful environment for any tenant to enjoy. All of its contemporary twists sit harmoniously with the period features. Hosting is a dream, with accommodation spanning three levels, guests can have their own space to enjoy in one of the six bedrooms available, and rooms can be closed off, especially if you want to have separate children and adult areas. Outside is just as impressive, a beautiful space to create memories with the family. You also have a detached garage which really is the final tick in the box for Renting this magnificent home.
Please note that administration fees are charged in addition to the rent and security deposit. Please contact our Lettings Team who will confirm the total costs involved in renting this property.
Map & area
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- Petersfield 0.0 miles
- Liss 3.2 miles
- A3(M) Junction 2: 7.4 miles
Our local guide for Bognor
The Cubitt & West estate agents in Bognor is on the High Street near the north entrance of the The Arcade.
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Bognor's Aldwick Bay Estate has adopted the title 'The Sussex Riviera' over the years and has been home to film stars such as Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks and Jack Hawkins along with Royal visitors The Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and Earl Spencer. Bognor's history goes back further still. In 1792 Sir Richard Hotham built his private residence in Hotham Park, which is still regarded by many as the best Georgian house in Sussex.
The Esplanade, which consists of stunning sea view flats, flows down past the pier which is a great tourist spot and holds annual music events and festivals. Butlins was established here in 1960 and has been a corner stone in tourism for the area ever since. Heavy investment in 2009 brought the site to today's modern standards.
Find out more about making Bognor your home with our Living In guide.