An extremely bright, spacious and beautifully presented chalet bungalow set within just under half an acre and situated in a most desirable and private semi-rural lane on the fringes of the village of Storrington, laying in the foothills of the South Downs National Park.
The bright L-shaped entrance hall with the principal rooms off, also includes a separate airing and coat storage cupboard. The delightful, dual aspect living room, overlooks the southerly rear garden and features an open fireplace with a modern limestone surround and also accommodates the staircase to the first floor, with a built-in bookcase housed under. A door from the living room leads through to a large and bright dining room, again with lovely views over the rear garden and a handy double built in storage cupboard. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with Shaker-style solid oak doors and drawers with an inset stainless steel sink and spaces for a dishwasher, fridge and slot-in cooker. From the kitchen, a door leads through to a separate breakfast/family room with a connecting door to the garage and triple doors out to the south-west facing raised patio terrace, and a further storage cupboard. The utility room is also off this room, is fully tiled and fitted with cupboards, an inset stainless steel sink and space for several appliances and door to the front of the property. Also to the ground floor is a dual aspect double bedroom overlooking the front garden benefiting a double built in wardrobe with the convenience of an adjacent fully tiled shower room with wash-hand basin and corner cubicle having a mains-fed thermostatically controlled power shower and separate WC. A particular feature to the majority of the ground floor rooms are the ornate coving and dado rails.
The first floor consists of two double bedrooms with Dorma windows, generous eaves storage cupboards and loft hatch access. Both these bedrooms overlook the rear garden and beyond, along with beautifully fitted, bespoke wardrobes and drawers, one of which benefits from a walk-in dressing area, an en-suite bathroom and sauna. There is also a single bedroom with a Velux roof window, ideal as a study. A separate WC with wash hand basin concludes the first floor accommodation.
To the rear is a newly fitted raised Indian sandstone terrace spanning the width of the property with steps down to the lawned southerly aspect garden, with mature hedging and a variety of trees creating a very private and well established garden including a Willow, Tropical Palms and Conifers. There is also a greenhouse, shed, raised summer house with power and light and an outside WC. The property also features a detached brick built studio/workshop located to the rear of the garden accessed by a pathway with a separate storage room, both with glazed windows, power and lighting.
The extensive front garden has a long gravelled driveway with turning space and parking for numerous vehicles, leading to the garage with an up-and-over door, and to each side of the property is a timber framed car port, with side access.
The garden is lawned and stocked with mature trees and shrubs, including Oaks, Silver Birches, Horse Chestnut, Magnolia and Rhododendrons and a small brook running through, creating an idyllic, secure and extremely well screened frontage accessed via a seven bar gate.
|Dual aspect Lounge with fireplace||Kitchen and separate Breakfast/Family Room|
|Utility Room||Generous Dining Room|
|Double Ground Floor Bedroom||Ground Floor Shower Room and separate WC|
|First Floor Master Bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom||Two further Bedrooms and separate WC|
|Grounds of just under half an acre||Integral garage, two carports and detached studio/workshop|