2 Bed Terraced House Sold STC
Barttelot Road, Horsham, RH12
Guide Price £400,000 (Freehold)
- 2 double sized bedrooms
- 2 reception rooms
- Bay fronted Edwardian house
- No onward chain
- Private garden
- Potential to convert loft
- Utility and cloakroom
- Striking distance of schools, railway station, park and town centre
- Quiet and conveniently positioned
Guide Price £400,000 - £425,000
A well presented and conveniently located 2 double bedroom, 2 reception room Edwardian mid terraced house, offering potential to convert the loft, with utility room, private garden and no onward chain. The property is situated on a tucked away residential road, within a short walk of the railway station, excellent schools, town centre and Horsham park.
The accommodation comprises: entrance hallway, dining room with storage and wood burner, and bay fronted sitting room with feature fireplace. The kitchen is fitted with an attractive range of units and there is a useful utility room, and separate cloakroom. Upstairs there is access into the loft which lends itself for conversion, similar to neighbouring properties. There is a bay fronted master bedroom, further well proportioned double bedroom and refitted bath/shower room.
Benefits include double glazed windows and gas fired central heating to radiators (Worcester combination boiler located in the utility room).
The 55’ x 14’ rear garden is predominantly lawned with borders, raised decked entertaining area and rear access.
The vibrant town of Horsham offers residents and visitors a cultural mix of heritage and state-of-the-art attractions. At its heart, the Carfax is alive with twice-weekly markets, bandstand entertainment and an assortment of enticing shops. Nearby you can find the serenity of the Causeway, home to the historical museum, art gallery and a treasure trove of 17th century properties. Around the corner, Horsham’s multi-million-pound transformation of Piries Place accommodates a specialist vegan market, contemporary Everyman cinema and reputable indoor and alfresco restaurants and bars. Familiar high-street and independent retailers, restaurants and coffee shops can be found in East Street and Swan Walk. Fine-dining and 5* spa hotels, pubs, delicatessen, bakeries, ample parking facilities and a choice of supermarkets are at hand in and around Horsham, serving the lifestyle needs of the whole family. Horsham has an exceptional choice of schools in the area, with high Ofsted ratings and Collyer’s college is a short walk from the town centre. Community facilities are in abundance with a well-stocked library and an array of leisure activities including rugby, football, cricket, gymnastics, dance and martial arts. Golfers have a choice of two local courses and driving range, and Horsham joggers have a welcoming club. For family fun, Horsham Park has significant attractions with a wildlife pond, swimming pools, tennis courts, café, aerial adventure, seasonal events and nature gardens. The Downs Link offers inviting opportunities for scenic family walks and keen cyclists. As a commuter town serving London, Gatwick and the South Coast, there are direct train links to all central and rural locations.
Council Tax Band: C
- Horsham - 0.32miles
- Littlehaven - 1.38miles
- Christs Hospital - 1.90miles
- Warnham - 2.11miles
- Faygate - 3.51miles