St Pancras, Chichester, West Sussex
Chichester: Chichester is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty with the Downs rising immediately to the north and the coast a short drive to the south. It is a thriving city with a history dating back to Roman times and originally called Noviomagus. Closeby lies Fishbourne, the site of the Roman Villa discovered in 1960. Chichester itself contains a wealth of fine buildings of interest including the Cathedral, the Market Cross and many Georgian town houses. The centre is pedestrianised and well served by a comprehensive range of stores with most high street names represented and superstores including Sainsburys at the approaches to the city.
Leisure facilities include racing at Goodward and Fontwell and the much-acclaimed Festival Theatre provides a full programme of events throughout the year. The annual Arts Festival takes place in the summer months and attracts many visitors. The harbour-side villages of Bosham and Itchenor offer access to the waters of Chichester Harbour and the sea for sailing and related sports. In the City istself, the well-equipped Sports Centre provides ample scope for the more energetic such as swimming, squash or badminton and there are a number of excellent golf courses in the area.
: Drayman's Mews is situated just a short walk from the centre of the city in a conservation area surrounded by listed buildings and bounded by the River Levant. The development is in a linear form accessed off St Pancras and altogether there are six cottages, the Malthouse and the Bungalow, and all the properties, save for the bungalow, are listed Grade II and have been sold freehold. Until the 1940's the building which forms the basis of the development was a working brewery. The courtyard garden is entirely enclosed with flint and old brick walls and has been carefully landscaped with paved and planted areas.
These include a visiting manager and emergency alarm service and attractive gardens and grounds. It is just a short walk to the shops in Chichester.
Chichester is close to the south coast almost equidistant between Southampton and Brighton which are both about thirty miles away. Bognor Regis is about six miles and the Witterings seven miles. Southbourne is about five miles.The main A27 runs immediately to the south of the town connecting with the M27 at Cosham about fifteen miles to the east. Fast trains to London (Victoria) take about an hour and fifteen minutes.
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