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Wonderful townhouse in Causeway

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Just a few steps away from the heart of Horsham, in the historic and prestigious tree-lined Causeway, is this stunning 16th century Grade II Listed townhouse brimming with character.

This wonderful property has been lovingly and sympathetically designed and improved by the current owners and has planning permission to improve the accommodation further by extending the kitchen.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors with the front door opening into the spacious entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and doors to the reception rooms.

The dining room is to the front of the property with a feature fireplace and a bay sash window overlooking the Causeway.

The sitting room enjoys generous proportions with a feature fireplace and door out to the rear garden. The study can be accessed from both the hallway and dining room.

The kitchen/breakfast room is to the rear of the property and has planning permission to extend. There is a door to the garden and a utility room to the rear of the breakfast room.

To the first floor is the master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and en-suite shower room. There is a further double bedroom,

single bedroom and family bathroom.

To the second floor is a very generous bedroom being a particular feature with high ceilings, exposed beams and extensive wardrobes.

Outside, the rear garden enjoys a sunny east and south aspect. Set to the end of the garden is a home office fitted with power and wifi. There is garaging on

the other side of the Causeway providing a 23ft by 19ft garage with barn style doors and possible parking in front for three cars.

King and Chasemore Country Homes are offering the property for sale. The agents say this is a wonderful townhouse in arguably the most desirable road in Horsham.

A guide price of £900,000 is being quoted. For further information, contact the Country Homes Department on 01403 264444.

 

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