Walking distance to Horsham town centre and station
Off-road parking for a small car
Potential to extend STPP
EPC Rating E
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£290,000 to £310,000 - This charming two bedroom cottage has a wealth of wonderful character features but also offers a new owner the space and potential to put a modern stamp on this historic house. Upon entering the property you walk into the main living room area which boasts a open fireplace that gives the room a wonderful cosy feel especially in the cold and wet winter months. The dining room also has its own feature piece, a beautiful French parlour stove which was added by the current vendors. The kitchen is at the rear of the property and has the added benefit of a separate utility area which leads to the rear garden. Upstairs the master bedroom is a excellent size and also has a feature fireplace. The family bathroom has been refitted by the current owners and there is a further smaller bedroom which would make an excellent study or child's bedroom.
Externally there is off-road parking for a small car to the front of the house and dropped kerb access to the road. The property also benefits from rear access that leads on to Rushams Road.
The property does also have plenty of scope to increase in size if necessary. The large rear garden offers you the chance to extend to the rear (STPP) to create additional living space and a larger kitchen area, while a number of houses in the road have also extended into the loft space to create a further bedroom.
The house is ideally located in the heart of Horsham with its wide range of shopping and leisure facilities as well as the mainline station all within a 10 minute walk from your front door. Trafalgar Infant school is only a stones throw away and the house is in the catchment area for Tanbridge House secondary school.
Horsham is a thriving historic market town with an excellent selection of national and independent retailers including a large John Lewis at Home and Waitrose store. There are twice weekly award winning local markets in the Carfax in the centre of Horsham to stock up on local produce. East Street, or 'Eat Street' as it is known locally, has a wide choice of restaurants ranging from Pizza Express to the Michelin starred Tristan's. Piries Place in the centre of Horsham has been redeveloped to include the independent Everyman three screen cinema, a 92 bed hotel, shops and restaurants. You are spoilt for choice for leisure activities as there is a leisure centre with swimming pool close to Horsham Park whilst the nearby Capitol has a cinema and theatre. There are some beautiful walks and cycle rides in the immediate countryside. Further afield, the stunning South Downs and coast are within easy reach.
For those needing to commute, Horsham Station has a direct line to Gatwick (17 minutes) and London Victoria (56 minutes) and there is easy access to the M23 leading to the M25.
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