Having been subject to extensive updating and improvement in recent years, this fine 1930's detached home offers generous accommodation blending original character with a modern contemporary feel to the rear. The property is complimented by beautiful southerly facing rear gardens and is ... Read more
Having been subject to extensive updating and improvement in recent years, this fine 1930's detached home offers generous accommodation blending original character with a modern contemporary feel to the rear. The property is complimented by beautiful southerly facing rear gardens and is situated within easy reach of the town-centre. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this delightful home.
ACCOMMODATION The home has been redesigned to ensure that much of the main living area enjoys a pleasing outlook over the southerly rear gardens. Featuring a stunning Kitchen/Breakfast Room with an excellent range of wall & base units, fitted appliances and a central island. There is access to the useful utility room and a wide opening into the splendid Garden Room which has double-doors to the rear garden and to the 27'9 Drawing Room with a feature fireplace housing a Jotul wood-burning stove. The adjacent study has a personal door to the garage together with double-doors leading to the terrace with a pergola. Also to the ground-floor is a cloakroom and coats area. To the first-floor there are four bedrooms including a master suite with an en-suite shower room and far reaching views and there is a family bathroom.
GARDENS The home is approached by a tarmac driveway providing off-road parking for several vehicles and leads to the integral garage and a wisteria covered pergola acting as a carport. The rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and is laid predominately to lawn with flower & shrub beds to the margins. A paved patio situated adjacent to the rear of the home is ideal for entertaining and al-fresco dining whilst to the rear of the home there is a large workshop/store and a summer house.
SITUATION June Lane is a sought-after residential road situated close to the town centre. Midhurst is situated in the heart of the South Downs National Park, and offers a wide and varied range of predominately independent shops together with Supermarkets, public houses, hotels, restaurants and cafes. The picturesque surrounding countryside offers some of the finest walking and riding opportunities in the area and nearby Cowdray Park provides Polo and Golf whilst 'Glorious' Goodwood which lies to the south offers Horse Racing, Golf and the world famous Festival of Speed and Revival motoring events.