The Street, Midhurst, GU29


Martins is a fantastic home nestled on The Street in Stedham, a quintessential South Downs village where community is at the heart. The property is approached across the gravel drive and you are enticed in through the beautiful blue front door, a sign of a safe place and that is exactly how you feel when you step inside … at home. The elegant dining hall is an impressive space for welcoming guests and entertaining loved ones, the open staircase allows maximum natural light to flood in making this the luminous core to this peaceful dwelling. The fully fitted kitchen offers any budding chef ample work and storage space, as well as a built in island for friends to enjoy a glass of wine whilst culinary masterpieces are being prepared.

Design and layout was clearly at the forefront when designing this home. With upside down living in mind, two of the four bedrooms are situated on the ground floor, the principal bedroom with enormous picture window makes the most of the pretty garden views and bedroom three boasts views to the front and an en-suite shower room ideal for guests wanting to keep themselves to themselves or teenage children needing a place to retreat.

Internally, there is a New England style décor, with neutral colours, wooden floors and lots of natural sunlight. The neutral and calm atmosphere continues upstairs, like the whole of this property there is not one corner that isn’t flooded with natural light and warmth. The Sitting room is a capacious space, with outstanding views to the rear across Stedham Memorial Field and towards Midhurst beyond. This is a room to be enjoyed in all seasons, with the windows flung open on balmy summer evenings or cosying up in front of a good film and an open fire on those colder nights. The first floor double bedroom enjoys views to the front across Stedham and boasts ample fitted wardrobes for all those must have items we like to keep tucked away. The single bedroom sitting soundly at the rear of the house would make an ideal home office enjoying the enviable view as you work the while away. A hop across the landing lies the family bathroom, with both a bath and separate shower, this clean and roomy space is perfect for uplifting the soul first thing in the morning or unwinding tired minds after a busy week.

The pretty rear garden is hemmed with trellised wall, paneled fencing, brick wall and mature shrubs, with intermingled borders and paved patio areas, perfect for pottering and exercising those green fingers. Standing in this oasis you can embrace village life with intermittent noises of neighbours going about their days and the deafening bird song that surrounds you. With driveway parking for two cars, attached single garage and a short stroll to the local pub or Iping common, what is not to love ?

Mains water and drainage
Gas Central heating

Local Authority
Chichester District Council
Council Tax Band - F