3 bedroom terraced house for saleChesworth Crescent, Horsham, West Sussex, England
Offers in Excess of £400,000
Full descriptionThis family home is believed to have been built in the 1930's and has been improved and well maintained but without losing its character features. The large entrance hall with an attractive porthole style window and stripped wooden floors has ample space for computer table. There is a separate living and dining room, the latter with a bay window and original feature fireplace with surround, a fitted kitchen with butler sink leading to a conservatory. On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside is an enclosed South East aspect rear garden, mainly laid to lawn, with a raised decked seating area. The property also benefits from UPVC double glazing and gas central heating. An internal viewing is highly recommended
Three Bedroom Family Home
Private Good Sized Southerly Aspect Rear Garden
Very Near Town Centre Location
Leading Schools Catchment Areas
Great Transport Links
Separate Dining Room with Bay Window
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