Theproperty Whitegates is approached via Salvington Hill, a particularly attractive tree lined road, with this handsome home occupying a commanding West facing position.
To the front of the property is a large sweeping carriage driveway, allowing parking for a plethora of vehicles and access to the large tandem garage.
On entering the property there is a large welcoming entrance hall and stairs leading to the first-floor landing, and doors to all of the principal reception rooms. All of the four reception spaces and the large kitchen/breakfast room enjoy views over the West facing garden.
The large dual aspect sitting room benefits from a feature fireplace and doors out to the rear. Double doors from the sitting room open into the garden room, which overlooks the garden.
The formal dining room is located in the centre of the ground floor, with an attractive bay window to the rear. The spacious and well-appointed kitchen/ breakfast room is modern and light with views over the front as well as the rear garden. Double doors from the kitchen open out to the rear patio. Completing the ground floor is a utility room, accessed from the kitchen and a good-sized cloakroom located from the hall.
There are four double bedrooms located on the first floor, all of which benefit from stunning views over the West facing garden. A family bathroom and separate shower room serve the guest rooms, with the master bedroom boasting a separate en-suite bathroom and dressing room.
The West facing gardens are beautifully maintained and a particular feature of the property. The large raised patio provides ample entertaining and seating areas; there is also an attractive pergola to provide cover together with a waterfall feature.
Throughout the gardens there are established herbaceous borders as well as various fruit trees. Located along the Northern boundary enjoying South and West views of the gardens is an attractive summerhouse, which would lend itself to a multitude of uses.
Thelocation Whitegates is set in an elevated position offering coastal views in a residential area, forming part of the desirable hamlet of High Salvington which is situated on the slopes of the South Downs, close to the picturesque surroundings of the newly created South Downs National Park. Located to the North of Worthing, the area with its historical windmill is within three miles of the town, which provides a variety of shops, restaurants and theatres. There is a post office and general store nearby and local shops in Findon Valley. The A24 and A27, which provide access to the towns of Horsham, Brighton and Chichester, are each within 1/4 mile. The area is well served by schools of most denominations including the popular Vale First and Middle School, which is within walking distance. Leisure and sports facilities available in and around the area include, golf courses at Worthing, Ham Manor and Rustington, fitness and swimming at the David Lloyd centre and Aquarena plus horse riding, walking and mountain biking on the beautiful South Downs.
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