- Semi-Detached Victorian House
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Large Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Walled Garden
- Original Period Features
- Two Receptions Rooms
- Two Bath/Shower Rooms
- Mainline Station Nearby
- No Chain
Set back from the road behind its walled garden and original tiled path, this impressive Victorian home is ready for you to move straight into. Wood floors, bay windows and a feature fireplace offer a wealth of charm and character, while a contemporary kitchen and stylish bath/shower rooms make it a great example of modern life in period property.
The crisp white walls of the large hallway flow into a generously sized living room where a beautiful period fireplace creates an instant focal point and a welcoming feel. South-facing bay windows allow a lovely amount of natural light to tumble in highlighting the rich tones of the wood floor, while elegant cornicing and picture rails wrap-around the room. Adding to the sense of space, glazed double doors open onto the adjoining dining room allowing you to create one double aspect open plan space that's great for entertaining and spending time together as a family.
Fully fitted with stylish modern cabinets and countertops the double aspect kitchen has plenty of storage and workspace. Well-appointed with an integrated double oven and gas hob, its enviable proportions easily accommodate a breakfast table. Sleek black metro tiles add a contemporary finishing touch, and the large chimney breast alcove has versatile space for further storage, while a double glazed door opens onto the garden making it easy to enjoy outdoor meals.
Upstairs, four double bedrooms combine to offer a superb amount of family accommodation. Wonderfully lit by wide bay windows and an additional tall sash window, the large main bedroom has a calm and peaceful feel with its white walls and softly toned carpet. Two further bedrooms on the first floor are equally well-presented and while both look out over the pretty rear garden, one has a deep fitted cupboard. Stretching out over the top floor, an additional double bedroom, with a wood floor and double aspect windows, benefits from high ceilings and eaves storage. Hugely versatile, this top floor room is perhaps great for teenagers or as a home office. Adding plenty of convenience for today's busy lifestyles, a stylish family bathroom on the first floor features a full size bath with overhead shower, while on the ground floor an impressive shower room gives a final touch of luxury with its contemporary walk-in shower, heated towel radiator and refined tile setting.
Offering something for everyone in the family, the walled garden of this Victorian home supplies a lovely amount of easy to maintain outdoor space. A large paved patio is perfect for enjoying outdoor meals or just relaxing with a morning coffee. Large flower beds with their palm tree, lavender, shrubs and feature tree have plenty of room for your own personal favourites, and an established lawn offers a safe enclosed space for children to play. The house also has a garage which is located in a nearby compound.
In your local area
Just moments from the lovely greenery of Victoria Park with its children's playground, this period home is situated in a popular residential road surrounded by similar period properties. Ideally positioned for all that Worthing has to offer, there's a great selection of local shops, cafes and amenities to choose from on both Tarring Road and nearby South Street. the centre of Worthing is just a mile from your door with 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.
Currently rated as either Good or Outstanding by Ofsted, local schools include Reflections Small School, St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Thomas A Becket Junior School and Worthing 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, while the A24 takes you up to the A27 offering convenient commuter routes. West Worthing mainline station is just 0.3miles along the road.
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.