Charming Georgian townhouse with furry residents in the heart of the South Downs
I'm Susan and I work full-time from home as a media relations consultant and writer. I love to travel to unusual places often taking in my favourite hobbies of open water swimming and scuba diving. I love animals and have 5 in total who you will see are introduced here.
Our Home & Location
I am fortunate to live a beautiful part of the UK - in a medieval town in the heart of the South Downs national park. I live in a conservation area and my home is listed (for those non-UK members that is a property of historical importance/interest). It was build around 1760 though has obviously had many upgrades since then, although it retains many of its original features and character. There is one large double bedroom, a small but pretty bathroom with shower, my study (was 2nd bedroom), large eat-in kitchen and comfortable sitting room. It is beautifully decorated and well furnished with antiques, art and mementos of my travels. Midhurst is about 20 minutes from the nearest train station and from there about 50 minutes into the centre of London. I am also about 30 minutes from the sea with a beautiful beach. The area holds a big attraction for walkers with beautiful countryside and miles and miles of hill walking. We have lots of nice restaurants and pubs either in the town or a short walk away. There are also good bus links to the train station mentioned above, and the towns in all four directions out of the town - Chichester, Haslemere, Petworth and Petersfield. The house would suit a couple or single person
Responsibilities & Pets
The responsibilities are the normal things - to feed the cats twice a day, clean the cat litter for Cocoa (she has never got the hang of the cat flap!) and take Rocky out 3 times a day - early morning for his toilet run, mid-day for a long walk and then a further walk in the evening before bedtime. It will be important to give cuddles and lots of stroking to reassure them while I am away. Other than that, it is to ensure they are well and obviously take them to the vet if they show any signs of not being so. They are all rescue animals and although well adjusted, I want them to have lots of love in my absence!