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An absolutely superb Victorian double fronted detached house.
As the attached floor plan explains the accommodation is expansive. Radiating from an inviting entrance hallway this accommodation includes two bay fronted reception rooms, utility room, downstairs wc and a kitchen breakfast room which leads into a conservatory overlooking the gardens. the first floor provides three double bedrooms, a spacious family bathroom with bath, separate walk in shower and his and hers sinks, a separate wc is also accessed directly from the landing. The second floor provides a further charming double bedroom and gives access to a large attic space which could be converted in the future if desired (subject to the necessary consents). The cellar is accessed from the main hallway.
The property is situated in this highly regarded location to the east of Horsham town centre. Horsham town centre offers a comprehensive range of shopping, entertainment and recreational facilities together with a main line railway station which is one third of a mile from the property providing a regular service of trains to London. Golf Clubs at Mannings Heath and Cottesmore are nearby and there are good riding and walking facilities in the surrounding countryside particularly in the nearby St Leonards Forest.
The property sits behind a low wall with a mature Beech hedge with a central pathway which leads to the front door. An attached garage sits to the side with a block paved driveway leading up to it.
The walled rear gardens are exceptionally well planted and private, with a patio area nearest the house and lawns surrounded by pretty borders. A pathway navigates the sides and rear passing through archways and a pergola covered by a mixture of Clematis, Fuschia, Passion Flower and Wisteria. A useful brick shed and potting shed can also be found in the rear garden. The house itself has a number of flowering climbers including an annual Cobaea Scanden.
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