This individual and attractive detached residence was built circa 1990 with a unique part upside down layout in order to maximise panoramic and breath taking views across Findon Valley and Worthing to the English Channel.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall with walk in storage cupboard with power and light, door to double garage and access to two ground floor double bedrooms and a ground floor bathroom/wc.
The first floor has a galleried style landing with access to a spacious living room with doors to a wide balcony and breathtaking panoramic views across Findon Valley and Worthing to the English Channel. From the livingroom there are double doors to a dining room with further doors to the garden and to the kitchen which has a comprehensive range of units to include oven, grill and microwave, gas hob, dishwasher, wine rack and door to utility room and garden. The principal bedroom suite offers further views across the valley to Cissbury ring and has built in wardrobes with a dressing area and an ensuite shower room with wash basin and wc. There are two further first floor bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside there are excellent garage facilities which include a double garage with twin doors, power and light and a door to the ground floor and another detached garage with power and light. The gardens are a fine feature which extend to three sides with areas of lawn, shrubs and borders, mature trees and driveway with turning area.
Location and information
This highly desirable area of High Salvington is on the sea-facing upper slopes of the South Downs, north of Salvington and Worthing, and is separated from Findon Valley by The Gallops, a public parkland. Also at the top of the hill is a Village Shop.
Worthing is a seafront town situated on the south coast of England, just south of the South Downs National Park between Brighton and Chichester.