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Northfield Road, Worthing, BN13

4 bedroom house in Worthing

Offers in the region of £575,000 Freehold

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  • Detached Edwardian Home  |  Garage  |  Thomas A Beckett Catchment  |  Bespoke Kitchen  |  Vendor Suited  |  Sash Windows  |  Gas Central Heathing  |  Period Details

A truly stunning detached Edwardian residence of considerable charm within the catchment of Thomas A Becket. Presented in immaculate order this fine home benefits from a corner plot allowing for plenty of natural light to the spacious interiors.
Northfield Road is situated within the area of Tarring being just north of the picturesque High Street in a residential enclave of individual homes. The area is particularly popular with families looking for accessibility to local schooling and a friendly environment. Close by is a range of amenities to include a small supermarket, family friendly public house, cafe's and shops. Within Tarring Village are further historical Inns and restaurant along with a pleasant park. West Worthing mainline station is a level walk of 1.2 miles giving access to Brighton, Chichester and London. The A24 and A27 are close by for road users and Gatwick is 32 miles by car.
Internally the property offers in our opinion a superb layout with such features as bay fronted reception rooms, central hallway, dual aspect master bedroom, kitchen diner and boot room to name but a few. Our floorplan provides the layout and room sizes showing a total internal size of 2036sqft plus a detached garage. Briefly the accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor. The main reception room has two bay windows allowing natural light to flood in from the south and westerly aspects. A stunning period fireplace with a cast iron insert and tiled cheeks provides a warming focal point blending effortlessly with other period details. The family room has a west facing bay window and a recently refitted period style fireplace with a gas insert. From the main hall which runs along the rear there is a very useful cloaks cupboard with bags of space for storage, a beautifully refitted downstairs shower room with walk in shower, w.c and basin. To the rear is a superb kitchen diner with a stunning handmade kitchen bespoke to this home with a range of shaker style wall and base units having a solid wood worktop. The dining area has ample room for a large table and chairs and a superb gas effect stove to keep you toasty in the colder months. Wooden double-glazed French doors lead out to the side garden with a westerly facing terrace perfect for al-fresco dining. From the kitchen area is a large walk in pantry where there is space for a fridge or freezer. A recent addition is a boot room which offers access from the side and to the garden and provides a handy space to dry the dog and store your coats and shoes.
To the first floor the central landing has a delightful sash window to the west with the two larger bedrooms either side. Both bedrooms are large doubles with period fireplaces and deep windows. Along the corridor are two further bedrooms a double and a large single. A beautifully appointed and design-led bathroom boasts a freestanding bathtub with a period shower and curtain, pedestal sink and period w.c.
Externally the property benefits from its corner position with separate areas in which to catch the sun and just relax. To the front a terrace runs alongside the width of the house with room for a cafe table and chairs to the private south side that also has a small feature pond and greenhouse. To the rear the main garden has been thoughtfully landscaped with a manicured lawn bordered by gravel and path and extra Terrace. A summerhouse adds an extra dimension to the outdoor areas with space in which to work or use as a hobby space. A useful brick-built store is hidden away which will easily take a couple of bikes and garden paraphernalia which keeps it out of the detached garage. In summary this home is a must view.
You only have to look at the photos to see that it has been cherished and received much love and attention to make it into the family house that it is. The area in which it is located has a highly regarded residents' association that gets together and organises some fantastic events and there is lots extra going on within a short journey into central Worthing.

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A truly stunning detached Edwardian residence of considerable charm within the catchment of Thomas A Becket. Presented in immaculate order this fine home benefits from a corner plot allowing for plenty of natural light to the spacious interiors.
Northfield Road is situated within the area of Tarring being just north of the picturesque High Street in a residential enclave of individual homes. The area is particularly popular with families looking for accessibility to local schooling and a friendly environment. Close by is a range of amenities to include a small supermarket, family friendly public house, cafe's and shops. Within Tarring Village are further historical Inns and restaurant along with a pleasant park. West Worthing mainline station is a level walk of 1.2 miles giving access to Brighton, Chichester and London. The A24 and A27 are close by for road users and Gatwick is 32 miles by car.
Internally the property offers in our opinion a superb layout with such features as bay fronted reception rooms, central hallway, dual aspect master bedroom, kitchen diner and boot room to name but a few. Our floorplan provides the layout and room sizes showing a total internal size of 2036sqft plus a detached garage. Briefly the accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor. The main reception room has two bay windows allowing natural light to flood in from the south and westerly aspects. A stunning period fireplace with a cast iron insert and tiled cheeks provides a warming focal point blending effortlessly with other period details. The family room has a west facing bay window and a recently refitted period style fireplace with a gas insert. From the main hall which runs along the rear there is a very useful cloaks cupboard with bags of space for storage, a beautifully refitted downstairs shower room with walk in shower, w.c and basin. To the rear is a superb kitchen diner with a stunning handmade kitchen bespoke to this home with a range of shaker style wall and base units having a solid wood worktop. The dining area has ample room for a large table and chairs and a superb gas effect stove to keep you toasty in the colder months. Wooden double-glazed French doors lead out to the side garden with a westerly facing terrace perfect for al-fresco dining. From the kitchen area is a large walk in pantry where there is space for a fridge or freezer. A recent addition is a boot room which offers access from the side and to the garden and provides a handy space to dry the dog and store your coats and shoes.
To the first floor the central landing has a delightful sash window to the west with the two larger bedrooms either side. Both bedrooms are large doubles with period fireplaces and deep windows. Along the corridor are two further bedrooms a double and a large single. A beautifully appointed and design-led bathroom boasts a freestanding bathtub with a period shower and curtain, pedestal sink and period w.c.
Externally the property benefits from its corner position with separate areas in which to catch the sun and just relax. To the front a terrace runs alongside the width of the house with room for a cafe table and chairs to the private south side that also has a small feature pond and greenhouse. To the rear the main garden has been thoughtfully landscaped with a manicured lawn bordered by gravel and path and extra Terrace. A summerhouse adds an extra dimension to the outdoor areas with space in which to work or use as a hobby space. A useful brick-built store is hidden away which will easily take a couple of bikes and garden paraphernalia which keeps it out of the detached garage. In summary this home is a must view.
You only have to look at the photos to see that it has been cherished and received much love and attention to make it into the family house that it is. The area in which it is located has a highly regarded residents' association that gets together and organises some fantastic events and there is lots extra going on within a short journey into central Worthing.

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