- Chain Free & Open to offers
- Detached Double Fronted Chalet Bungalow
- Distant Sea Views
- Cul de Sac Location
- Easy access to the South Downs & A24/A27
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Two Bath/Shower Rooms (One En Suite)
- Garage and Driveway Parking
- Fitted Kitchen with Adjoining Utility Room
- Pretty Rear Garden with Lawn and Patio
Perfectly positioned to offer the best of both worlds, this chain free home is ideally placed for walks on the South Downs and easy access to the A24 and A27. With a fantastic amount of flexibility to cater to you own needs and lifestyle, it's easy to see that it's been lovingly cared for over the years. Situated in a favoured High Salvington cul de sac, behind the canopied doorway of a double fronted facade a well-maintained and presented interior has ample chance to be refreshed and tailored to suit your own sense of style.
Instantly create a feeling of space a central entrance hall unfolds onto a brilliantly free flowing ground floor. With south-facing bay windows the excellent proportions of the triple aspect lounge/dining room generate a wealth of space to spend time together as a family. Open plan yet subtly delineated by the high wide curve of a central archway, the generous lounge looks has a charming focal point fireplace while a classic serving hatch links the dining area to the kitchen allowing you to stay connected with everyone while you're cooking. Warm neutral tones are tastefully chosen and a heritage red ochre wall adds a feature pop of colour that complements the carpet.
The notable dimensions continue in the fully fitted kitchen where country cabinets and modern countertops supply a cherished measure of storage and workspace and house integrated tower ovens, a gas hob and dishwasher. A stainless steel sink is placed to give you garden vistas while you prep or wash-up and an enviably large adjoining utility room keeps laundry appliances and fridges hidden from view. Topped and tailed with doors to the patio and driveway, it makes it effortlessly easy to take barbeque supplies straight from the car to the grill and has the scope to become a beautifully appointed extension of the kitchen with space for a breakfast table and pantry.
Across the entrance hall two light filled double bedrooms are equally suited for a growing family or anyone longing for a dedicated home office or TV room. Dado rails and two-tone walls lend character to one where recessed cupboards provide storage without encroaching on the floor space, whilst teenagers will love the amount of storage the other offers in its wall of fitted wardrobes. Together these two rooms share a family bathroom that could easily be updated with a contemporary suite.
Explore upstairs and you'll discover a peaceful main bedroom with views that stretch down across the rooftops and onto the sea. Giving you a great escape from the hubbub of the day, its lovely flow of natural light filters in via south-facing windows and while fitted wardrobes have been cleverly incorporated the addition of long walk-in eaves provide copious extra handy hidden storage. Stylish and modern, the en suite shower room with its wireless remote control shower thermostat and chic tile setting adds a superb finishing touch.
Open up the demi-glazed door of the utility room and step out into an enclosed rear garden that's been lovingly tended and planted. A secluded paved patio gives you every excuse to start the day with a morning coffee in the sunshine or enjoy al fresco meals with family and friends, while fully stocked borders of mature shrubs and tropical palm trees frame an easy to maintain lawn.
At the front of the property a lovely range of flowering shrubs and foliage pepper a landscaped frontage that together with the garage supplies a prized amount of private off-road parking.
In your local area
Only moments from the South Downs, an abundance of walks and the historic 18th century windmill, this High Salvington home is situated in a favoured residential location with easy access to commuter routes such as the A27 and A24. A choice of supermarkets is nearby and the shops, bars and restaurants of central Worthing are less than three miles from your door.
Follow The Boulevard down to the beach and explore the seafronts of Worthing, Goring and Ferring where you'll find plenty of water sports, beachfront cafes and freshly caught fish and seafood on sale. The A27 and A259 coast roads offer routes into Worthing and on to Brighton, and both Durrington-On-Sea and West Worthing train stations provide mainline routes to London. The A24 makes travel to Horsham easy. Worthing, Northbrook and Oak Grove colleges are all within a two mile radius, and local schools highly rated by Ofsted include Vale School, Durrington Infant School, Thomas A Becket Infant School and Durrington Junior and High Schools.
Adur & Worthing, Band E
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Famous for its Windmill built in approximately 1750, High Salvington commands an elevated position overseeing the Sussex coastline.
High Salvington property is generally of post war construction, large detached properties with large plots of land were built from 1923 onwards.
Properties in the area index at a higher price than most of the Worthing district and its one of the more sought after areas commanding higher asking prices and rents.
There are few amenities in the village, however a short trip to Findon Valley which is only 5 minutes by car will cater for most of your needs.
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