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A beautifully refurbished and reconfigured detached family home of part brick and tile hung elevations. A great deal of care and consideration has been given to the refurbishment and the property now offers a practical yet versatile configuration over two floors. The front door opens into a central hallway with doors to all rooms. The beautifully refitted kitchen is complemented with a range of units under granite work surfaces, central island unit and a Rangemaster electric cooker. In addition there is room for a table for less formal dining. The Drawing room has a bay window over looking the garden, leading through into a formal dining area. Access can be gained into a further room that could be a 2nd family room, currently being used as a ground floor bedroom suite complemented with an en-suite shower room. The sitting room is flooded with natural light with bi-folding doors leading to a decked terrace. In addition there is a coal effect fire in a limestone surround. The first floor is of equal merit, the large bathroom suite with a spa bath, wash basin, WC and walk in tiled shower cubicle together with a fully fitted walk in dressing room. There are two further bedrooms, both benefitting from en-suite bath/shower rooms.
Lodsworth is a highly regarded and sought after village in the picturesque county of West Sussex. There are local services in the village including a church, shop and public house. For more comprehensive facilities Petworth and Haslemere offer a selection of specialist shops and stores. Haslemere mainline station offers a frequent service to Waterloo in under a hour. Lodsworth is now in the newly formed South Downs National park which is in an area of outstanding natural beauty with miles of excellent walking and riding country. Haslemere also offers a wide selection of other amenities including a sports centre and a choice of supermarkets.
Approached via a large block paved driveway providing parking for several vehicles. The Garden is mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and mature shrubs. In addition there is a summer house and timber shed with power, light and water connected.
Services: Oiled Fired Central Heating, Mains Water, Electricity and Drainage.
Council Tax Band G (£2,449.84)
Local Authority: Chichester District Council
Master Bedroom with Dressing Room
Ground Floor Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room
Two further Bedrooms both with En-Suites
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