Price £590,000 - Sold STC

  • Semi-Detached Art Deco House
  • Wide Tree-Lined Road Leading Down to the Beach
  • Garage and Private Driveway
  • Beautifully Landscaped Gardens with Gazebo
  • Lounge with Feature Fireplace
  • Interconnecting Dining Room
  • Superb Conservatory/Sun Room
  • Fully Fitted Kitchen
  • Entrance Hall and Ground Floor Cloakroom
  • Three Bedrooms and Family Bathroom

Step Inside

Sitting back from the central greenery and trees of Sea Lane this exceptional 1930s home retains a wealth of its original Art Deco character. Behind the classic architecture of its quintessential facade an impressively presented layout opens onto beautifully landscaped gardens that enhance the quality of life on offer.

With a refined heritage colour scheme and engineered wood floors a hugely easy flowing layout unfolds from an entrance hall that instantly gives a feeling of space. Wonderfully lit by curved bay windows a tastefully presented lounge has the charm of picture rails and the focal point of a fireplace. Its generous proportions extend through double doors into a notable dining room that's equally suited for family life or evenings entertaining friends. Light and bright, it's wall of sliding glazed doors connect with an outstanding conservatory/sun room that stretches out beneath a high timber clad ceiling and skylight and has French doors to the patio.

Fully fitted with traditional cabinetry and wood countertops, a large separate kitchen is designed to offer every convenience. A wide galley layout is superbly appointed with a ceramic white sink and an integrated oven and gas hob, and has additional dedicated space for freestanding laundry appliances. A ground floor cloakroom makes a clever use of space, subtly incorporated beneath the stairs.

Upstairs the Art Deco charm continues in two considerably sized double bedrooms with feature patterned walls. The tremendous main bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes, while a double aspect single bedroom is currently used as an excellent home office/study. A modern family bathroom with a separate WC completes this tastefully presented period property.

Step Outside

The property is approached via a highly attractive walled front garden with an impeccably kept lawn and a broad brick paved driveway. A timber gate sits to the side providing secure access to the detached garage and enviable rear gardens where a glorious timber pergoda and a patio with a vine covered gazebo provide a choice of spaces for al fresco dining. An established lawn has an inset stepping stone path that connects the two, while raised flowerbeds are fully stocked with mature shrubs and feature trees.

In your local area

Conveniently situated with the beach at one end of the road and the shops and amenities of Goring Road at the other, this Goring-by-Sea house offers the best of both worlds. The Sea Lanes beachfront cafe is only a short walk from your door and the mainline station and a selection of highly regarded local schools are all within easy reach. The coast road and A259 make it easy to travel into Worthing town centre with its choice of high street and independent shops, bars and restaurants, along with supermarkets such as Waitrose and Marks & Spencer easy.

Council Tax
Adur & Worthing, Band D

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Floor Plan
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