A Neo-Georgian house forming the end of a terrace in a tucked away position on the edge of the development, looking over an area of open space, ideally situated for a range of local services and amenities.
The accommodation benefits from part UPVC double glazing and gas central heating. This comprises an entrance lobby with door leading through to the sitting room with bay fronted window looking over the green, feature fireplace and understairs storage cupboard. The double aspect kitchen/dining room sits across the rear of the property. The kitchen area has been re-fitted with a range of units to base and eye level, having complementing 'U' shaped solid wooden work surfaces, inset sink unit, four ring gas hob, integrated oven under and plumbing for a washing machine. The dining area houses the gas fired boiler and enjoys a southerly aspect with elevated views into the distance. Bespoke handmade bi-fold doors give access to a UPVC double glazed sun room addition under a shallow pitched glazed roof.
The first floor provides two double bedrooms being served by a family bathroom/wc. The main bedroom has distant views over the town towards the South Downs along with a bulk-head storage cupboard.
Externally and to the front is an open-plan garden with access to the side and rear. This is mainly laid to lawn with fence enclosed boundaries and stocked with many mature shrubs. There are various sitting out areas taking advantage of the sun at different times of the day. A shared pathway leads to a single garage in a nearby block.
Manor Park is located on the north side of the town with its local parade of shops, schooling for primary and secondary education and adjacent leisure centre. The High Street with its extensive range of local shopping facilities is within easy reach, together with a bus depot and mainline rail station having commuter links to London. The A22/A26 area also easily accessible.