£475,000 - Under Offer

  • Semi-detached house
  • Stylish interior
  • One bathrooms
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • Large private driveway
  • Spacious double-fronted family home
  • Five bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Cloakroom
  • Landscaped rear garden

Step Inside

Set back from the Littlehampton Road behind its impressively sized large private driveway, the easy flowing layout of this spacious double-fronted home has a superb amount of versatility and a wealth of space to spend time together as a family.

Beneath its red tiled roof the pretty porch offers a welcoming first impression and leads the way to a double aspect living room where a feature fireplace with a richly toned timber mantelpiece is an instant focal point. Generously proportioned with a lovely amount of space to relax and unwind, its tasteful colour scheme and patterns complement the soft carpet while French doors allow you to step out into the landscaped rear garden. Creating a hugely sociable feel, double doors open onto the adjacent kitchen/dining room that's wonderfully lit by double aspect windows of its own and is equally suited for family meals and entertaining friends. Fully fitted with gloss cabinets and wood countertops the modern kitchen benefits from ample storage and workspace and includes a large butler sink. A well-appointed array of integrated appliances includes a tower oven and hob, and a deep breakfast bar delineates the room, while the well-designed layout has plenty of space for a dining table.

With a wall of bi-fold doors that open onto the garden, an additional triple aspect reception room offers a host of possibilities as a sitting room, formal dining room or work from home space. Combining a wood floor with a feature patterned wall and sleek column radiator, this is brilliantly versatile room with a great sense of style. A separate utility area has further storage and a convenient cloakroom completes the ground floor.

The feeling of space continues upstairs where five bedrooms generate an ideal amount of flexible family accommodation. Equally well-presented, each room benefits from lovely high ceilings and aspect walls while four also have fitted storage. Arranged in a vibrant red and white tile setting, the contemporary suite of the large family bathroom includes an L-shaped bath with wall-mounted taps and an overhead shower.


Step out into an enclosed landscaped garden that has something for everyone with its established lawn, pebbled and decked patio and timber pergola. Mature palms add plenty of greenery, a broad raised tier is ideal for chasing the sun, and a paved terrace is perfect for outdoor meals beneath the dappled shade of a central tree. A large modern greenhouse has plenty of space for you to grown your own vegetables and herbs, and easily accommodates your garden furniture.

Bordered by deep flowerbeds of easy to maintain yet highly attractive mature shrubs and plants, the impressively sized brick paved driveway has private off-road parking for several vehicles and leads out onto the Littlehampton Road.

In your local area

Conveniently situated just over 3.5 miles from the hubbub of central Worthing, this Goring-by-Sea home offers the best of both worlds. The Boulevard and George V Avenue take you directly down to the beach where the coast road take you into the town centre in one direction and on to Ferring with its beachfront footpaths and cafes in the other. Nearer to home Highdown Hill and Longcroft Park are superb open green spaces, Palantine Road has a convenient selection of local amenities and Goring Road has further choice along with a popular Farmers Market. Worthing town centre has plenty of high street and independent shops, bars and restaurants, along with supermarkets such as Waitrose and Marks & Spencer. Worthing Leisure Centre and West Park Recreation Ground are both also within easy reach.

When it comes to local schools, Goring-by-Sea C of E Primary Schools, Orchards Junior School and St.Oscar Romero Catholic School (formerly Chatsmore) are all rated as Good by Ofsted, and there is easy access to the Northbrook Metropolitan College.

The Littlehampton Road and the A259 supply convenient commuter links and Goring-by-Sea mainline station is just 1.2 miles from your door.

Council Tax
Band E: £2,299.24 per annum.

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.

Situated about 2 miles to the West of the Town Centre, Goring-by-Sea as the name suggests nestles the West Sussex coastline. With its long stretches of pebbled and shingled beaches, it's the perfect area for those who enjoy the outdoors life style or just the calm of the sea.

Goring benefits from having a thriving village community and ample shopping precinct which include cafes, restaurants, local produce outlets and retail shops. Goring also benefits from a mainline Train Station, so, ideal for commuters looking for a short commute into Brighton (35 mins) or the City (London Bridge approx. 1:30mins).

From a property point of view, Goring covers all the bases, whether its 1 bed flats or 5 Bed Detached houses, it has everything on offer. The Average price point for a 3 bed family Semi in 2018 was £350,000, although prices do increase the closer you get to the sea.

Goring is home to the Worthing Sailing Club which has an excellent provision for Sea farers of all abilities including a fantastic Juniors section.
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