4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleMalthouse Road, Crawley, West Sussex
Sold STC £600,000
If you're looking for a beautiful home to be proud of, something spacious with character and charm in abundance, then this stunning period family home is going to be hard to beat. Built circa 1905 by Messrs Longley, Malthouse Road is situated on one of Crawley's most prestigious roads, within a short walk to Crawley town centre alongside its strong bus and railway stations. In addition to this the property now sits within a designated conservation area.
The property still retains many of its period features, including high ceilings, bay windows, decorative coving, open fireplaces and solid wood flooring however it has been cleverly updated over time adding two additional rooms both with en-suites to the top floor. Please note that building regs are still outstanding to make these bedrooms. Furthermore, you will also find a driveway to the front and a garage to side, a real rarity for any period property. We highly recommend a viewing at the earliest convenience to avoid disappointment!
Driveway & Parking
Spacious Living Accommodation
Secluded South Facing Garden
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
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