4 bedroom detached house for saleWARNHAM
An exceptional Grade II listed early Victorian house, being a fine example, but also in need of modernisation. Situated in the very heart of Warnham village, this graceful home has four bedrooms and four reception rooms and there are character features in abundance. Although a "fixer upper" there are some modern comforts including a modern condensing gas fired boiler with heating to radiators and it seems that the majority of the property has been rewired in recent times. There is also a very appealing corner plot garden with perpendicular vehicular access with parking for numerous cars and a detached garage. The property is offered for sale with no forward chain and viewings are strongly recommended.
A stunning Grade II listed period home in need of modernisation but in a superb location within the heart of this delightful village.
Four bedrooms and four reception rooms delightful character features in abundance and a superb corner garden with side driveway and detached double garage.
No onward chain, viewing is strongly recommended.
Warnham village offers a selection of shops including a convenience store, well patronised butchers, a church and two popular public houses. Horsham town centre with its comprehensive range of facilities including mainline railway station, shops, restaurants, public houses, sports centre and cinema is approximately 3 miles distant. There is easy vehicular access to the A24 and A264, subsequently leading to the M23 and motorway network and there is a mainline railway station within a short drive which forms part of the Dorking line.
The accommodation with approximate room sizes comprises:
Steps up to
Front door with decorative top panel to the
With staircase to the first floor, radiator, decorative arch to larger area of hallway with staircase leading down to the cellar, original Holmes & Cooper Servants' bell box.
17' (5.18m) x 12'7 (3.83m). With front and side windows, light point.
From the Entrance Hall the elegant stairs rise and turn to the
5'5 (1.65m) x 5' (1.52m). With low level w.c., wall mounted wash hand basin, shelving, obscured rear window.
From the Entrance Hall four panel doors lead to each room.
13'3 (4.04m) x 11'10 (3.6m). Double aspect with sash windows having fitted wooden shutters to side and front, walk around chimney with gas coal effect fire, t.v. aerial lead, opening with steps down to
Reception Area 2
12'5 (3.78m) includes chimney x 11'11 (3.63m). With side sash window, corner open shelving with stripped wooden surround. Door to Kitchen.
13'1 (3.98m) includes chimney x 12'1 (3.68m). With front aspect sash window, radiator, chimneypiece with wooden mantel, picture rail. Door to
Fourth Reception Room
12'5 (3.78m) x 12'4 (3.76m). Wooden parquet flooring and some stone slabs, rear sash windows with radiator beneath.
10'6 (3.2m) x 10'3 (3.12m). Basically fitted with a double drainer sink unit and base level cupboards, plate rack and radiator. Cupboard housing the electricity meter and fuse box, gas and water meters. Side window, window and door into
11'5 (3.48m) x 5'6 (1.68m). With butler's sink, quarry tiled floor, windows and door to the garden.
First Floor Landing
Front aspect sash window, radiator, exposed floor boards, airing cupboard. Doors to each room.
13' (3.96m) into recess x 11'11 (3.63m). With sash windows to front and side, painted fire surround, radiator.
12'1 (3.68m) x 10'3 (3.12m) plus recess. With original fireplace, sash window to side looking out towards the church, radiator, built-in wardrobe.
12'4 (3.76m) x 11'4 (3.45m). With front aspect sash window, original fireplace, open storage cupboard. Inter-connecting door to
12'4 (3.76m) x 12'2 (3.71m). With rear sash window with attractive outlook, radiator, hatch to loft. Agent's Note: It would appear that this room originally had a doorway on to the landing which has now been blocked off due to the arrival of the airing cupboard.
8'10 (2.69m) x 5'5 (1.65m). White enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash basin and w.c., radiator with towel warmer, two high level windows, ancient hot and cold low level water taps.
The property enjoys a delightful garden which is predominately to the front right hand side and the rear. There are areas of lawn which pathways leading to the front door and rear. Lovely old metal pedestrian gate which leads out on to School Hill. The garden is mainly laid to lawn to the front and side with two large trees, a yew and a holm oak and there is post and rail fencing surrounding the property with established hedging and large structural planting. There is an abundance of hard landscaping including old Horsham stone around the holme oak tree and there is a brick built privy with slate tiled roof. To the rear and with vehicular access out on to Bell Road there is parking for numerous vehicles and a useful detached double prefabricated garage. The garden would benefit whole heartedly from some love and attention, but will doubtlessly have surprises through the seasons. Outside tap.
Rear Garden with privvy
Leaving Horsham on the Warnham Road, proceed to the roundabout (Warnham Road Roundabout) and take the third exit. At the next roundabout (Great Daux Roundabout) take the first exit towards Dorking (A24) and then turn left into Bell Road. At the end of Bell Road turn right into School Hill and the property will be found immediately on the right.
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