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John Edwards & Co is delighted to present this fantastic extended chalet-bungalow on ever popular Balcombe Avenue, close to Worthings mainline station, enabling easy access into London, Brighton, and Littlehampton, just a short walk from the town centre and historic seafront, with its shops, cafs, restaurants, and bars, and within the catchment area of several prominent schools, including Worthing High, Bohunt, and Thomas ABecket. The property comprises two/three double bedrooms, two/three reception rooms, a fitted kitchen and breakfast/dining room, a bathroom and separate WC, a downstairs shower room, a large rear garden, and front garden with multiple off-street parking. It also has the benefit of being offered end-of-chain This is a genuinely beautiful family home in a hugely desirable area, and one in which we anticipate a great deal of interest. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate all it has to offer. *** END OF CHAIN *** FRONT GARDEN
The garden is enclosed by a wooden fence, and is laid to concrete, providing off road parking for up to three cars, and fringed with established plants, shrubs, and flower beds. There is gated access to a side passage which runs alongside the property into the rear garden, and the door into the uPVC double-glazed porch.
The porch has a tiled floor, a skimmed ceiling, wall-mounted lighting, and an opaque double-glazed door into the entrance hall.
The entrance hall has a carpeted floor, a textured ceiling with suspended spotlighting, a radiator, and the doors into both reception rooms, bedroom one, and the kitchen and breakfast room. The stairs to the first floor landing are here, and there is an understairs storage cupboard housing the electric meter.
RECEPTION ROOM ONE - LIVING ROOM
Good sized main reception room which features a carpeted floor, a textured ceiling with pendant lighting, picture and dado rails, a stunning period feature fireplace with tiled hearth/surround and wooden mantel, a radiator, TV and power points, and a double-glazed bay window to front aspect.
RECEPTION ROOM TWO
Second large reception room, which features a carpeted floor, an acoustic ceiling with pendant lighting, picture and dado rails, a radiator, TV and power points, a second feature period fireplace with wooden mantel, tiled hearth, and surround, wall-mounted lighting, and double-glazed French-style doors leading out into the rear garden.
KITCHEN & BREAKFAST ROOM
The kitchen and breakfast/dining room features a range of wall and base mounted cabinets, rolled top work surfaces with an inset sink and drainer, space and plumbing for an oven, dishwasher, and washing machine, and an overhead extraction unit. There is a laminate wood floor, a textured and skimmed ceiling with central ceiling light, picture rails, tiled splashbacks, power points, a radiator, and plenty of space for a breakfast/dining table and chairs. Double glazed windows and French-style doors to rear aspect provide natural light, and the boiler currently servicing the property is also situated here.
BEDROOM THREE/RECEPTION ROOM THREE
The downstairs bedroom a good sized double has a carpeted floor, a textured ceiling with pendant lighting, TV and power points, and dual aspect double-glazed windows to front (large bay) and side.
DOWNSTAIRS SHOWER ROOM
The downstairs shower room features a recessed shower cubicle, a low level WC, a tiled floor, tiled walls, a skimmed ceiling with a central ceiling light, a wall-mounted hand wash basin with overhead vanity unit, and opaque dual aspect double-glazed windows to side and front.
STAIRS & FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The stairs are carpeted, with a wooden balustrade. At the landing level, there is a carpeted floor, a skimmed ceiling with pendant lighting, picture rails, a window to side aspect, and the doors into bedrooms one and two. There is also access into the loft via a ceiling hatch.
BEDROOM ONE - MASTER
This good sized double bedroom has a carpeted floor, a textured ceiling with pendant lighting, a radiator, TV and power points, a feature period fireplace with tiled hearth and wooden mantel, and plenty of under-eave storage space with lighting. A double-glazed bay window to front aspect provides natural light.
Second good sized double room with a carpeted floor, a textured ceiling with pendant lighting, a radiator, power points, plenty of under-eave storage space, and windows to rear aspect.
The bathroom features a two-piece suite comprising a corner bath with overhead shower, and a pedestal hand wash basin. There is a vinyl floor, a skimmed ceiling with inset spotlighting, tiled walls, a radiator, and double-glazed opaque windows to rear aspect.
This convenient separate cloakroom features a low level WC, a vinyl floor, tiled walls, a textured ceiling with inset spotlighting, and an extraction unit.
The (approximately) 50-foot rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, and fringed with established plant, shrub, and flower beds. There are also mature fruit trees, including pear and apple trees. A raised decking area with brick-built barbecue provides a perfect space for alfresco dining, and there is a greenhouse, two wooden sheds, and a perfect allotment/vegetable growing patch. A patio section provides gated access to the front of the property, and there is exterior lighting, an outside tap, and exterior power points. In addition, access onto St Lawrence Lane (running alongside the rear of the property) could be installed.