FOR SALE, 2 DOUBLE BEDROOM MID TERRACE HOME IN A COMMUTER FRIENDLY LOCATION
OFFERS IN THE REGION OF £285,000
• 2 Double bedrooms
• Commuter friendly
• Private west facing garden
• Tastefully presented
• Allocated parking
Perfect first purchase or investment property, found in a popular CUL-DE-SAC and in the village of Southwater, a commuter friendly location for the London bound mainline train station or access to A24 and M23.
PROPERTY: On entry, the hall provides space for wet jackets and muddy shoes, and then leads straight into the lounge. The lounge is of good size, with fitted unit under the stairs to utilise the space.
The lounge leads straight through to the KITCHEN/DINER, offering a mix of high and low units, integrated appliances and space for dining table and breakfast bar. A new patio door leads to the private and west facing rear garden, the perfect socialising and entertaining area.
Upstairs there are 2 double bedrooms, both offering space for further bedroom furniture. The Family bathroom is in good order with a bath and separate shower.
OUTSIDE: The low maintenance, PRIVATE and WEST facing garden is made up of decked and lawned areas with shrubs all around. The garden also offers rear access to the parking area and open field.
AREA: The property is in a semi-rural location, in the ever popular Southwater and a short walk from the village centre which caters for all amenities, including a supermarket, sports centre library, takeaways and restaurants. Castlewood Primary and Southwater Infant and Junior Schools are also a short distance away.
Nearby Horsham offers a wider range of shops and other amenities, including a SPORTS CENTRE, THEATRE and ARTS CENTRE. Outstanding secondary schools are Horsham based and Southwater is in their catchment.
Rail services to London Victoria and London Bridge depart from here and regular 15-minute buses take you there. The M23, M25 and Gatwick Airport are within a short driving distance.
Horsham is a highly desirable market town, rated in the top ten most sought-after market towns in England (Daily Telegraph, March 2015). The picturesque High Street has an unrivalled row of historic buildings giving the town a wealth of character.
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- Two double bedrooms
- Allocated parking
- Virtual Tour Available
- Private rear garden
- Well presented throughout
- Sought After Location
- Commuter friendly
Nearest train stations (distances are in a straight line)
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