Goring Road, Worthing, BN12
- Four Bedrooms
- Ground Floor WC
- Original Features
- Close to Local Amenities
- Double Glazing
- Attractive Rear Garden
- 0.5 miles to the Beach
- Central Heating
- Home Office
The property retains many original features throughout including wood panelled entrance hall and large leaded window at the top of the stairs on the first floor.
Built circa 1934, this is a traditional well proportioned family home with bay windows. Unlike many modern family homes, this property has a good frontage, set back from the road. It offers ample parking and privacy and an enclosed rear garden, perfect for children to enjoy.
The current owners have enjoyed their time at the property where they have raised their family. Now the children are grown up they are looking to down-size and let another family enjoy the next 30 years.
Situated in popular Goring Road, the property is a short walk from the towns main leisure centre, neighbourhood convenience stores, eateries, banks and surgeries. Direct trains to London are a seven-minute walk away and a stop for local and regional buses, including the 700, with direct routes to Chichester and Brighton, is within 25 metres. Worthing's award winning beach is within walking distance and the town centre is approximately 2.5 miles distant.
A pathway leads to the solid wood front door and leaded light surround. You walk into a grand panelled hallway with the stairs located in the middle of the room. An under stairs cupboard provides storage and a home for the gas and electric meters. Original doors open to all rooms.
Reception Room 5.87m (19'3") x 4.06m (13'4")
A South to North aspect reception room, set up as a living room, allows natural sunlight to fill the room throughout the day. Opening onto a sympathetic extension / home office.
Study 4.14m (13'7") x 2.31m (7'7")
Overlooking the attractive rear garden, The room is set up as a home office.
Reception Room 5.05m (16'7") x 4.06m (13'4")
South facing with an attractive bay window. The room is used as a formal dining room. A serving hatch offers access to the kitchen.
Kitchen 4.09m (13'5") x 2.49m (8'2")
Fitted kitchen with ample eye and base units, built in dishwasher, double oven, hob and extractor over. Tiled splash backs. An original feature that has been lost in many properties of this period is the walk in larder.
Accessed through the kitchen, the porch offers access to the side of the property, rear garden and two brick built storage rooms. The first has been converted to a utility / laundry room and the second houses a 'Belfast' sink and is used as a potting room for the garden.
Ground Floor W/C
Partially tiled, wash basin, w/c
Stairs Lead to First Floor
Gallery landing with large leaded light window flooding the first floor in natural light. Large airing cupboard, access to loft space which is thought ideal for conversion, subject to planning.
Master Bedroom 4.90m (16'1") x 4.11m (13'6")
South facing double bedroom with built in wardrobes and sink. As with all the bedrooms, it is a good sized room able to accommodate the 'chunkiest' of furniture.
Bedroom 5.87m (19'3") x 4.04m (13'3")
South facing double bedroom with attractive bay window.
Bedroom 3.51m (11'6") x 2.87m (9'5")
South facing double bedroom.
Bedroom 4.04m (13'3") x 2.54m (8'4")
Overlooking the well kept and attractive rear garden.
Spacious family bathroom partially tiled. Panel bath, wash basin, large walk in multi-function shower.
Front: Set back from the road with a privet hedge offering privacy. The front is laid mostly to lawn with parking for several vehicles.Rear: Attractive, family-friendly rear garden laid mostly to lawn with established borders and patio. Given the size and location, the property benefits from sunshine throughout the day.Garage: Large than average garage with up & over door, power and light with natural light from glazed windows.
"We have loved our time at the property, it was the ideal place to bring up our family as we were close to everything we needed. Its been ideal for work trips to London to be just a seven-minute walk from the station. We will be sad to leave but now the children have grown up we do not need as much space. We hope the next family enjoy living here as much as we have."
Tenure - FreeholdCouncil Tax Band E = £1,997.28 For 2017/18Expected Rental = £1,750.00 pcmExpected Yield = 3.8%Stamp Duty :Sole Residence = £18,000Second Home / Investment = £34,800
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