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John Edwards & Co is delighted to present this three-bed terraced house on South Farm Road, just minutes from Worthing mainline train station, enabling easy access into London, Brighton, and Littlehampton, just a short walk from Worthings town centre and historic seafront, within the catchment area of many prominent local schools, and a short drive from the beautiful South Downs. The property comprises three double bedrooms including a large converted loft room a good sized lounge/diner, a contemporary fitted kitchen, a family bathroom, separate downstairs WC, off-street parking, and an attractive courtyard-style rear garden. This is a genuinely lovely property in a hugely desirable location, and one in which we anticipate a great deal of interest. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate all it has to offer. EXTERIOR
A dropped kerb gives way to a block-paved driveway, providing off-street parking for one car. A raised decking area provides space for bins, potted plants, and some mature bamboo. The front door is sheltered beneath a storm porch, with some exterior lighting.
The entrance hall has a solid wood floor, a coved and skimmed ceiling with pendant lighting, some period scrollwork, a radiator, a wall-mounted coat rack, power points, and the doors into the lounge/diner, and stairs to 1st floor landing. Natural light is provided via the wood and stained glass panelled front door.
This good sized through-room has a solid wood floor, a coved and skimmed ceiling with ceiling rose and pendant lighting, dado rails, wall-mounted lighting, radiators - including a contemporary vertical radiator, some inbuilt shelves and cupboards, TV and power points, two period style fireplaces (one of which is working), plenty of space for both lounge and dining furniture, and dual aspect double glazed windows (large bay to front, separate window to rear).
The kitchen features a range of wall and base mounted high-gloss units, rolled top work surfaces with an inset sink and drainer, a large belling double range oven with five burner gas hob (including central work burner) and extraction unit over, and space and plumbing for a slimline dishwasher. There is a wooden floor, a coved and skimmed ceiling with poseable spotlighting, stone splashback panels, brushed steel power points, a breakfast bar with space for stools, a radiator, and double glazed French-style doors into the rear garden. The boiler servicing the property is also situated here, and is concealed within a kitchen cabinet.
This convenient downstairs toilet features a two-piece suite comprising a low-level WC, and wall-mounted hand wash basin with tiled splashback. There is a wood floor skim ceiling and inset spotlighting.
STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The stairs are carpeted, and at the split level landing there is a carpeted floor, a skimmed ceiling with pendant lighting, power points, and the doors into bedrooms one and two, the bathroom, and the stairs to the second floor landing.
BEDROOM ONE - MASTER
The good-sized master bedroom features a solid wood floor, a coved and skimmed ceiling with central ceiling rose and pendant lighting, some inbuilt shelves, power points, a radiator, and a double glazed bay window to front aspect.
Second double bedroom with a solid wood floor, a coved and skimmed ceiling with central ceiling rose and pendant lighting, a radiator, power points, some inbuilt storage, and double glazed windows to rear aspect.
The spacious family bathroom features a three piece suite comprising a panelled bath with shower over, a low-level WC, and a cameo-style hand wash basin with storage below. There is a wooden floor, a skimmed ceiling with pendant lighting, part-tiled walls, a period style cast iron fireplace (nonworking), a heated towel rail, space and plumbing for a washing machine, and an opaque double glazed window to rear aspect.
This bright and spacious converted loft room has a wood floor, a skimmed ceiling with central ceiling light, power points, some under-eave storage space, a Velux window to front aspect, and double glaze windows to rear.
The garden is laid to patio for ease of maintenance, with plenty of space for potted plants, garden furniture, barbecuing, and alfresco dining. There is a raised decking area, a wooden shed, an extendable awning, brackets for hanging baskets, and an outside tap. There is also gated access to the alley running alongside the rear of the property.