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OIEO £425,000 Under Offer
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Garage
  • Detached
  • OFSTED Outstanding Secondary School Catchment
  • Quiet cul-de-sac
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Corner Plot
  • Downstairs WC
  • Potential to Extend (STPP)
  • Utility Room

Rare opportunity to purchase a 3/4 bedroom detached house, at the end of a private cul-de-sac. This home is situated on a very large corner plot with a private rear garden, driveway with additional parking and garage.

Offers between £425,000 and £450,000. Take the virtual tour: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=QYAo29xKxNu

- 3/4 bedroom
- large corner plot
- end of cul-de-sac
- extended living space
- potential to extend further both up and downstairs(STPP)
- garage
- private driveway
- utility room

PROPERTY: Front door leads to a useful hallway with convenient WC to the right. The main lounge with bay window is accessed to the left. The hall leads through to the kitchen with good sized utility room which provides access to the garden and garage. Fridge freezer, cooker and washing machine are included with the sale.

The main lounge is light, spacious and leads through to the dining room, which can also be accessed via the kitchen. The dining room has been extended to over 20 ft in length. This really transforms this home by providing a large social hub for all the family. This leads into a really versatile room that can be either bedroom 4, a study or a family room.

Upstairs is a quiet master bedroom with built in wardrobes, a large second double bedroom and a good sized single bedroom - measuring almost 9' by 8', plus the family bathroom.

OUTSIDE: The house offers very flexible accommodation with enormous scope for extension and redesign. The grounds are a tremendous asset to the property. You will find a very private driveway and front garden that sweeps round the side and to the large rear garden. This home is situated on a corner plot and the garden is laid to lawn, with a large gravelled and paved patio area with screened vegetable patch. For families that like outdoor living and lots of garden space, then you have found your new home.


This really is a fantastic home and you do need to view to appreciate the plot and the property itself. Book early to avoid disappointment.

LOCATION: Whilst the home has an enviable position at the end of a cul-de-sac, the location itself 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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