A substantial wing of a former country manor house that was converted 28 years ago. It retains many of its original features while offering modern accommodation. Features include the impressive south facing drawing room with its floor to ceiling sash windows & original tiled floor. Also the elegant formal dining room & 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. Chichester Cathedral spire can be viewed from the windows & from the balcony. The western section of the property that was newly constructed in 1988/9 includes the large sitting room & a guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom above it. These rooms are serviced by a separate gas boiler providing heating & hot water, so that the rooms could easily be used as a self- contained annex. The rear doorway opens onto an enclosed courtyard.
Access to Send House from Salthill Road is along a gravelled driveway screened by well – established trees & laurel hedging that opens to the circular main drive featuring a traditional Chelsea Foundry street lamp at its centre. The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with well stocked borders & patio areas. An impressive feature is the Lebanon cedar tree.
The nearby Cathedral city of Chichester offers a wide variety of cultural, leisure & shopping facilities. These include the Festival Theatre, the ancient Cathedral itself, galleries & museums. The mainline rail station or the Fishbourne Halt offer services to London & along the South Coast.