- A Lovely 1930's Extended Family Home
- Popular Town Centre Location
- Refitted Kitchen/Dining Room
- Garage & Off Road Parking
- Scope for Expansion
- In Excess of 1,700 Square Feet
PRICE GUIDE £700,000 to £725,000. Situated in one of Horsham’s most sought after roads just a few minutes walk from both the town centre and open countryside, this 1930’s extended family home is both spacious and well presented.
Located on the junction of Worthing Road and Cricketfield Road, the location is ultra convenient with all of the town centre’s amenities on the door step. These include a comprehensive range of shops including a John Lewis, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer’s, a good selection of restaurants and bars, doctors surgery and leisure facilities. Less than a mile away is Horsham’s mainline railway station with regular services into London Victoria and London Bridge. Denne Hill is a short walk away and offers attractive walks and cycle routes. Additionally the property is in the catchment for the popular Tanbridge House School and well regarded primary schools. A good selection of private schools are also within reach.
The versatile accommodation comprises; spacious entrance hall, lounge with cosy wood burning stove and French doors to the rear garden. Additional reception room with bay window to the front aspect can be used for a multitude of purposes including family room, study or separate dining room. Having been refitted to a high standard in recent years, the Kitchen/Dining Room is one of the property’s highlights. This double aspect room is bright and airy with french doors to the rear garden, range of built in appliances and an Aga adding to the character of this impressive room. Completing the accommodation down stairs is the W.C./Cloakroom.
To the first floor, a spacious landing provides access to four bedrooms, a refitted shower room and family bathroom with roll top bath. The shower room is adjacent to the master bedroom giving the new purchaser an easy option to create an en-suite.
Potentail purchasers will be interested to know that the loft space is of good size and would present an ideal opportunity for conversion.
Outside most of the plot lies to the front offering a good size garden, mainly laid to lawn with mature flower and shrub borders. The walled and landscaped rear garden has both lawn and patio areas with access to the garage.
The garage to the side has double doors, under eves storage space and power. There is ample parking for several vehicles to the front.
Early enquiry is strongly encouraged to avoid disappointment and internal viewings are advised.