- Victorian House
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Large Kitchen/Dining Room
- Self-contained One Bedroom Annexe
- Walled Garden
- Beautiful Original Period Features
- Two Receptions Rooms
- Family Bathroom
- Great Local Schools
Conveniently located in a popular residential road this impressive Victorian home offers a fantastic amount of space. Dating back to 1891 it retains a wealth of original charm and character, creating a superb example of modern life in a wonderful period property. Hugely versatile, its self-contained annexe is perfect for a multi-generational household or as an additional income stream.
Set back from the road, the covered entrance with its elegant Victorian tiles and original stained glass door generates a welcoming feel and an inviting first impression. Beautifully lit by sash bay windows, the double aspect living room is a truly special place to spend time together as a family. Elegant cornicing wraps-around the high ceiling adding to the sense of space, and a magnificent fireplace lends a traditional focal point. Equally charming and with bay windows of its own, the adjacent dining room is perfectly suited for either entertaining or as additional family room. The graceful feature patterns and the warmly toned woodwork of the hallway lead you to a stylish and spacious kitchen/dining room that opens onto the walled garden. Sympathetically styled with Shaker-style cabinets and wood countertops there's an enviable amount of storage and workspace. A range cooker combines with the vibrant tiling to add a rich splash of colour and the generous proportions easily accommodate a large dining table, while a wall of bi-fold doors makes it easy to step outside and relax in the garden.
The period charm continues upstairs where stripped wooden doors open onto three double bedrooms. Equally well-presented and generously sized, whilst each room provides an ideal amount of family accommodation, the principal and second bedrooms both feature sash bay windows, and the third looks out over the walled garden. Encompassed in its wood panelling and the colourful kingfishers of its well-chosen wallpaper, the heritage suite of the family bathroom includes a classic pedestal basin and a full size bath with telephone taps. Its additional walk-in shower adds plenty of convenience for today's busy modern households.
Accessed from its own front door or from the main house, a stylish self-contained annexe is exceptional for multi-generational families or as an additional income stream as holiday accommodation. Well-presented throughout to a notably high standard, its modern interior features a fully fitted kitchen along with an excellent lounge/diner that opens onto its own part of the garden. A double bedroom benefits from modern fitted wardrobes and cupboards as well as an en suite shower room, and there's a separate WC.
Creating an easy flowing extension of both the main house and annexe, the attractive walled garden provides an idyllic space to enjoy outdoor meals or simply relax in the sun with the weekend papers.
With impressive dimensions of 21ft, power, lighting and hot/cold water, the garage is highly versatile as a workshop.
In your local area
Just moments from the lovely Homefield Park with its children's playground, this period home is situated in a highly sought after residential area only a short walk from the centre of Worthing and within easy reach of the beach and promenade. Ideally positioned for all that Worthing has to offer, a wide range of both high street and independent cafes, shops, bars and restaurants is within easy reach, and there's plenty of supermarkets to choose from including Waitrose and Marks & Spencer.
Stretching out along the coast for approximately 5 miles, the shingle beaches of Worthing with their promenades and palm trees are ideal for cyclists or those who just enjoy a stroll in the sunshine. Locally caught fish is often available to buy and take home.
Local schools include Chesswood Junior School, Our Lady of Sion School and Davison High School. The coast road takes you directly to Portslade, Hove and Brighton in one direction and onto nearby Ferring with its ever popular Sea Lanes beachfront cafe in the other. The A27 offers convenient commuter routes and Worthing mainline station is just half a mile from your door.
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