THREE bedroom mid terraced house, refurbished by the current owners with further POTENTIAL FOR EXTENSION (STTP). Situated on an established residential road, within walking distance of excellent schools, the town centre and Horsham railway station.
A three bedroom mid terraced house built in the 1950s, having been refurbished by the current owners with further potential for extension subject to Planning Permission. The property is situated on an established residential road, within walking distance of excellent schools, the town centre and Horsham railway station.
This warm and comfortable home is set over two floors with front door leading to the entrance hallway, with white oak effect flooring and doors to kitchen, bathroom and lounge/dining room. Stepping into the spacious 15’11 x 11’3 lounge/dining room, this is a perfect entertaining space with large double glazed window enjoying the front aspect and the lounge area with patio doors that open onto the vast patio and garden beyond. The kitchen is set out in a range of contemporary wall and base units with complementing work surfaces and a range of integrated appliances. The kitchen also enjoys a glorious garden aspect. Back from the main entrance access through to a modern family bathroom fitted with a white suite completes the ground floor accommodation. Moving to the first floor, there are three great size bedrooms with the main bedroom enjoying double aspect windows and a nursery door to bedroom two, perfect for young family living. Outside, the property is set back from the road with a large area of gravelled hard-standing, providing off-street parking for two vehicles with a shrub border. Secure side access leads into the very generous rear garden. The garden is a particular feature of this beautiful family home with fantastic outside space that consists of a large paved patio terrace, perfect for barbecues in the summer months, and leads on to an expanse of lawn, with storage shed and well-kept shrub borders.
The property is located in a popular position on the east side of Horsham, offering great access into the town centre, whilst having the benefit of open countryside walks just a few minutes walk away. The historic market town of Horsham provides a comprehensive range of shops, a film theatre, numerous sports and recreational facilities and a mainline train service to London Bridge (about 54 minutes) and London Victoria (about 51 minutes). There are also sports centres at Broadbridge Heath and Christ's Hospital and a golf course and country club at Slinfold Park. The local secondary schools of Millais Girls and Forest Boys fall within the catchment area.
Accommodation with approximate room sizes:
DIRECTIONS: From Horsham town centre turn right at the traffic lights into Park Street. Turn left at the next set into East Street and proceed under the railway bridge. Take the eighth turning on the left into Elm Grove where Bennetts Road is the first turning on the right.
COUNCIL TAX: Band C.
SCHOOL CATCHMENT AREA: For local school admissions and to find out about catchment areas, please contact West Sussex County Council – West Sussex Grid for learning - School Admissions, 0845 0751007. Or visit the Admissions Website.
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