Detached house for sale in High Street, Tarring, Worthing BN14
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- An Award Winning Detached Home
- Four Bedrooms
- Three Bathrooms (Two en-suite)
- Impressive Architectural Design
- Stunning Open Plan Layout
- Cabin/ Workshop In Rear Garden
- Parking For Two Vehicles
- No Onward Chain
'Gospel Hall' is simply one of a kind and located in popular Tarring village. Originally built in the 1800's, this unique home has been architecturally designed to showcase its original features whilst incorporating an impressive contemporary style. Being sold with the benefit of no onward chain.
Internal 'Gospel Hall' dates back to the 1800s and has a wealth of historic value to Tarring village having been used as a meeting house by by the 'Plymouth Brethren' until 1992. Having undergone significant restoration over the years, the home offers contemporary living with original features.
Positioned in a secluded position in Tarring High Street, a paved driveway offers parking for two cars leading to the entrance porch with double doors leading to the entrance hall with a cloaks cupboard & WC. Opening to the generously proportioned 46ft open plan living/dining room with a feature vaulted gallery landing above and Canadian oak wood flooring throughout; the open plan living space offers double doors overlooking the rear garden and superb entertaining space with a breakfast bar offering separation to the open plan kitchen. The modern wood effect kitchen has granite work surface and a range of smeg stainless steel appliances and there is a separate utility room & additional WC.
The first floor vaulted gallery landing has exposed ceiling beams and overlooks the living space; to the far end of the landing is the primary bedroom which overlooks the rear gardens and benefits from an ensuite steam shower room. The second double bedroom offers an ensuite shower room and there are two further bedrooms which share a family bathroom.
External Set on a tucked away, secluded plot, the property boasts a mature rear garden with walled boundaries, lawn and shrub and flowerbed borders with a paved pathway and secure side gate. There are patio areas for seating and there is a brick built building which would make an ideal home office or garden room.
Situated Tarring village on the outskirts of Worthing, is half a mile north of West Worthing station which provides direct links to London and Brighton. Local amenities include a fine dining restaurant, public houses, cafes and day to day shopping at a nearby Tesco Express. A pharmacy, dry cleaners and a gp surgery are nearby too. Worthing Town provides a host of facilities, both recreational and shopping, with department stores, restaurants, coffee shops, bars and, of course, the seafront with the pier, cinema and theatre.
Council tax Band E
living/dining room 46' 10" x 20' 8" (14.27m x 6.3m)
kitchen 16' 4" x 13' 5" (4.98m x 4.09m)
utility room & WC
bedroom 16' 4" x 9' 10" (4.98m x 3m)
ensuite shower room
bedroom 10' 2" x 10' 2" (3.1m x 3.1m)
ensuite shower room
bedroom 12' 9" x 7' 10" (3.89m x 2.39m)
bedroom 10' 9" x 7' 2" (3.28m x 2.18m)
garden room/office 11' 5" x 7' 10" (3.48m x 2.39m)
For more information about this property, please contact
Jacobs Steel, BN12 on +44 1903 929279 * (local rate)
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