Brochure Download Share Situated in a tucked away position and backing onto farmland, a well proportioned and spacious barn conversion (1,812 sq ft) combining period features with modern amenities in the heart of this well known sailing village More details Believed to have been converted in 1991 Kilindi offers the rare opportunity to be situated in a tucked away position off the Itchenor Road, plus have the benefit of providing immediate access to a footpath leading towards Chichester Harbour. Approached on a long gravel drive the main house is arranged over two floors with an opportunity to enhance the existing footprint and form further bedroom accommodation. A particular feature is the double height drawing room with feature inglenook fireplace, exposed flint walls, study area, gallery and immediate access to the south-facing garden. On the ground floor there is also a large entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, two double bedrooms, study, bathroom and a boot room. Upstairs the spacious gallery provides ample space to form a seating area ideal for bed and breakfast or play area. Off the gallery there is a bedroom/nursery and beyond is a large double height main bedroom (en suite) with far-reaching rural views and plenty of storage. Approached off a long drive there is plenty of off-street parking to the front of the property along with access to a through garage, behind which is a gravelled area, ideal for trailer/boat storage, and a garden store. Partly walled, the delightful south-facing garden is mainly laid to lawn with many flowering shrubs and plants within the borders. To one side of the garden there is an attractive seating area. To the rear there is gate access to a footpath that leads to Spinney Lane and the harbour side walk towards the Itchenor Sailing Club, and Birdham to the east. The property is situated in the heart of Itchenor within level walking distance of all the village amenities. This highly regarded and sought after harbour side village has a thriving sailing club and a multitude of moorings for boats and yachts, subject to availability. Also is a beautiful church, village hall and, close to the harbour, the popular Ship Inn public house. Much of the surrounding countryside is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Chichester Harbour Conservancy ensures that the character of the area is preserved. The Cathedral City of Chichester lies some 7½ miles to the north and offers a broad range of shopping, cultural and leisure facilities including the renowned Festival Theatre, galleries, museums and restaurants. Aside from sailing, leisure facilities within the area include golf at Hunston, bathing from the beaches off West Wittering and the National Trust owned East Head, horse riding, and walking around the harbour and South Downs. Horseracing may be enjoyed at Goodwood where the annual Festival of Speed, and Revival meetings are also hosted. There are good road connections to London via Petworth, Midhurst and the Hindhead Tunnel on the A3. The mainline station in Chichester provides a regular service to London Victoria in about 1 hour 40 minutes, and Havant station to the west provides a faster service to London Waterloo in about 1 hour 20 minutes.