Liverpool Terrace, Worthing, BN11
The Old Barn is a meticulously presented property of immense character within a small gated development of two properties. Recently subject to conversion the substantial accommodation has been cleverly designed within this beautiful brick and flint structure.
Completed by Bolrush Developments who have been previous winners in 2010 of the District Design Award by Arun Conservation Society for a listed building. The property sits pretty behind a substantial gravel drive accessed via electric gates and being well back from the quiet residential lane. Being the larger of the two properties it has instant kerb appeal drawing many admiring glances.
Internally the design led interiors are both bright and neutral with the main focus being the stunning oak frame which not only creates the upper floors but also forms designated living areas.
Double height doors entice you in to the open plan living space with a beautifully finished kitchen and spacious living areas. A utility room with cloakroom facilities and plumbing for a washing machine is tucked away as well as a large storage cupboard. To the two individual upper floors are a master bedroom with glazed wall overlooking the inner space and an en suite. The second upper floor has three double bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom.
The rear garden has to be one of the most private gardens we have ever seen with the benefit of large walls of various materials and to top it off is west facing with a terrace.
Ferringham Lane is an extremely desirable road within the heart of a pretty village with The Old Barn being in one of the prettiest parts. Opposite sits St Andrews Church and to the immediate area are large period houses.
Local shopping facilities are found within close walking distance to the south and North with a supermarket, cafes, coffee shops, interiors shops and a well regarded public house.
Local walks are to be found close by either along the sea front at the bottom of Ferringham lane or to the rear of the property are open fields.
The A27 providing access to both Brighton and Chichester is easily accessible and rail users can find the nearest station at either Angmering or Goring.
OIRO £1,150,000 Freehold
Offers in excess of £995,000 Freehold