5 luxury family homes in Chichester

Salthill Road

This is a substantial wing of a former country manor house which was converted 28 years ago, and the property has retained many of its original features.Features include the impressive south-facing drawing room with its floor to ceiling sash windows and original tiled floor. There is also an elegant formal dining room and large limestone floored inner hallway that leads to an attractive stairway. The upstairs dual aspect master bedroom features a high ceiling, large sash window with original shutters and original main door.The spire of Chichester Cathedral can be viewed from the windows and from the balcony.

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£1,100,000Hamptons International01243 630 436View the full listing here

The Drive

A charming and character four-bedroom detached property, which was originally the Coach House for Summersdale House. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall with feature fireplace, cloakroom, dual aspect sitting room with log burning stove and French doors, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, and a rear lobby. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, with an en suite bathroom to the master bedroom as well as a family bathroom.

£925,000Hamptons International01243 630 436View the full listing here

West Broyle Drive

This attractive 1930s detached house is set on a private road within West Broyle, just to the north-west of Chichester and located approximately two and a half miles from the city centre itself. The property has been beautifully maintained and offers spacious and well balanced accommodation. It sits on a plot of just under a third of an acre and is approached by a sweeping in and out drive.

£1,030,000Henry Adams01243 533 377View the full listing here

Cawley Road

Located in central Chichester and with views to the front of the ancient city wall, this attractive Victorian detached villa has the benefit of ample off-road parking.The house is a short walk from the bottom of South Street and the train station and enjoys an outlook to the front towards the city wall. The property is in need of some alterations and improvement, but offers well-proportioned accommodation.

£895,000Henry Adams01243 533 377View the full listing here

St. Pancras

A delightful Grade II Listed town house built in 1720, full of charm, character and period features. The large reception hall has sash windows, a fireplace and an elegant Georgian style staircase.The drawing room has a historic inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove and two arches lead to the dining room. On the first floor, there are three bedrooms, two with views to the south over the garden and beyond.

£900,000Hamptons International01243 630 436View the full listing here