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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Belsize Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11


Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Period Home
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Amazing Family Bathroom
  • Kitchen Diner
  • Spacious Entrance and Landing
  • Gated and Off Road Parking
  • Period Details Throughout
  • Fine Order Throughout

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Paxton Lodge presents a unique opportunity to acquire a stylish and truly impressive Victorian villa refurbished to an exacting standard. A handsome home of grand proportions this property sits central to the plot behind electric gates with video intercom system.

Double fronted with generous proportions enclosed in a tile hung facade this house begs an internal viewing. Replete of many of the original period features our vendors have lavished time and attention on creating a wonderful family home whilst retaining the character. Careful consideration has been given to modern living in keeping with practical flooring, inset lighting, traditional style radiators, modern heating system, intercom and alarm system.

Internally the design led interiors are incredibly light; a benefit of the deep windows, neutral decor and tall ceilings. A welcoming entrance vestibule is accessed through the original wood front door with leaded stained glass. Marble floor tiles in a geometric pattern lead through in to the central hallway with its grand staircase, detailed coving and column radiator. The doors from here lead in to the principle rooms along with an under stair storage cupboard. To the front is a delightful reception room which is currently the family den. A stunning bay sits under a detailed arch with wooden windows and panelling proving an aspect over the front garden. An open fireplace with a slate heath provides a focal point and the Karndean wood flooring keeps you warm under foot. The substantial sitting room with a square bay window, period fireplace having a cast iron insert and slate hearth has been opened up in to the third reception. The room is flooded with light being dual aspect with picture windows to a southerly aspect. The third reception has a continuation of the Karndean wood flooring from the sitting room. The deep sash window to the rear provides views over the garden and there is a set of exquisitely detailed French doors to the south facing terrace. Again the room sports a fireplace this one with a cast iron inset being to the corner of the room. The all-important ground floor cloakroom has a the flooring following through from the reception hall and a two piece Victorian style suite of w.c and basin. Natural light is provide through an obscure glazed sash window. The kitchen diner is well proportioned having enough space for a decent sized family dining table to one end and a contemporary kitchen to the other. A range of wall and base units house Neff integrated appliances including a washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer and inset oven. The granite work surfaces have an inset halogen hob with chandelier style hood over and inset sink. Two sash windows one to the rear and one the side provide the light along with a stained glass door giving garden access.

The generous upper landing has an unusual treat in the form of a stunning ceiling dome which blends effortlessly with the detailed iron work on the staircase and the leaded roof light. To the first floor are four double bedrooms, all of generous size and with different aspects and of course further period features including fireplaces, sash windows and detailed plasterwork. The master has its own en suite shower room with a white three piece suite. To the rear is a sublime family bathroom with bags of space. An oval freestanding bath takes centre stage on the Karndean flooring having an enclosed corner mixer tap. A w.c and wash hand basin are of a similar contemporary feel and the whole room is clothed in ceramic wall tiling.

The utilities have their own little room outside with a Valiant combi boiler, alarm panel and electricity consumer unit tucked away.

Externally to the front is a recently laid driveway set behind electric gates with enough room for several cars. The planting has been meticulously planned with imported Tuscan trees pleached to form instant hedging above the brick walls and tall bamboos to the road side providing privacy. Outside lighting creates a dramatic effect of the evening along with helping you to the door!. To the rear is a super garden being of an easterly aspect fully enclosed by wall borders and being predominantly laid to lawn. A spacious south facing decked terrace provides room for entertaining with bags of room for a table and BBQ. a Brick built summerhouse has power and light perfect for garden paraphernalia or conversion in to a home office if so required.

Belsize Road is in the sought after area of West Worthing within 0.2 miles of the mainline station with direct links to London and Brighton. Local shopping amenities are close to hand with departments stores and supermarkets including Marks and spencer and Waitrose in the town. Local restaurants cater for all tastes with a number of renowned eateries and bars a short distance away along with Worthing's' beautiful seafront.

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11 September 2015

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