- 2 Double bedrooms
- Desirable Highwood area on the edge of Horsham
- Beautifully landscaped rear garden
- Open plan kitchen / living area
- Berkeley Homes built circa 2016
- End of terrace house
- Immaculately presented throughout
- Allocated parking
- Stylish design
Sitting on a generous end of terrace plot within the desirable Highwood development (on the edge of Horsham town centre), this two double bedroom house was built by Berkeley Homes (circa 2016) and has been owned since new by the current occupier, who has made some upgrades including the addition of shutter blinds. The rear garden has also been completely transformed and landscaped into a beautifully presented and private outside space for you to enjoy.
You enter the property into a hallway (with a downstairs WC to the side) which then flows through into an open plan living area with the kitchen to the front and then a space for dining, before the lounge area to the rear. From here you can throw open the patio door which provides access straight out into the south west facing garden. This contemporary property really feels like a enjoyable home and the living space is ideal for when entertaining family and friends.
Upstairs the house benefits from 2 double bedrooms as well as a stylish bathroom, while outside to the front there is a private, allocated parking space with plenty of further on street parking close by for when guests are visiting.
The Highwood development has a real village feel, and via quick access to the A24, by car you will be able reach the Broadbridge roundabout in a matter of minutes providing easy access to Horsham town centre and the local Tesco Superstore.This is a great location for anyone looking to commute north to either Crawley or Gatwick, or south to Brighton & Hove or Worthing.
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