£350,000 - Under Offer

  • Semi-detached bungalow
  • Living room
  • Kitchen/Dining room with larder
  • Separate WC
  • Private driveway
  • Three bedrooms
  • Sun room
  • Bathroom
  • West facing landscaped garden
  • Close to the beach

Step Inside

Set back from a popular residential road, the classic red brick exterior and large landscaped garden of this semi-detached bungalow offer plenty of kerb appeal and a welcoming first impression. Well-presented and maintained throughout, its easy flowing layout provides a fantastic opportunity to be styled to your own tastes and needs. Generously proportioned with a soft neutral colour scheme and a wealth of natural light, the large living room and adjoining sun room create a great place to spend time together as a family. A classic picture rail wraps around the living room, and an elegant fireplace lends an instant focal point, while the sun room adds a lovely spot for a morning coffee and makes it simple to step outside and relax in the sun.

Fully fitted with traditionally styled cabinets, the double aspect kitchen/dining room easily accommodates a table and chairs. A larder cupboard supplies additional convenient storage, while a double glazed door opens onto the paved patio of the landscaped garden.

Beautifully light and bright, the central hallway leads the way to three bedrooms that combine to offer accommodation for a growing family or downsizers. Equally well-presented with plenty of room for your choice of furniture, whilst two double bedrooms look out onto the pretty design of the front garden, a third has the versatility to be a walk-in wardrobe, study or nursery. With a matching colour scheme, the family bathroom and separate WC feature a heritage style suite that includes a full size bath with overhead shower.

Step Outside

Step out from the wide sliding doors of the sun room onto the large paved patio of a west-facing landscaped garden that provides a superb spot to enjoy outdoor meals with family and friends. Wonderfully designed and arranged, easy to maintain raised beds and tiers with a well-chosen array of flowers and shrubs add a splash of colour, and a large greenhouse is perfect for those who'd like to grow their own vegetables. A tall wall supplies a good level of privacy and a brick built shed is ideal for your tools.

A private driveway has convenient off-road parking.

In your local area

Conveniently situated just under 1.5 miles from the hubbub of central Worthing, this semi-detached home offers the best of both worlds. Lyndhurst Road takes you directly into the town centre, while Brougham Road curves down to the coast road making it easy to relax on the beach or travel into Brighton and Hove. Brooklands Park is nearby, and the local amenities of Ham Road are within reach. Worthing town centre has plenty of choice with high street and independent shops, bars and restaurants, along with supermarkets such as Waitrose and Marks & Spencer.

Local schools include Lyndhurst Infant School and Davison CE High School for Girls. The A27 supplies convenient commuter routes, while East Worthing station is approximately half a mile from your door.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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