Glenview is a fine semi-detached Victorian building converted to provide three independent flats, and Flat 3 occupies the two upper floors. The rooms are nicely proportioned, with a south-facing sitting room, and the kitchen has space to eat and a tree-top aspect. This is a comfortable home with gas-fired heating and double glazing. The special feature is the secluded garden area which enjoys a traffic-free environment and has a charming outbuilding.
Glenview is almost opposite St. Cuthman's Green with access via Church Street to the High Street and town centre which is within half a mile. This is a central location for all amenities including the leisure centre with swimming pool, library, modern health centre and there is a good range of shops and schools for all ages.
Approximate Distances: Steyning is about five miles from the coast at Shoreham-by-Sea (nearest main line railway), eight miles from Worthing and 12 miles from Brighton. Horsham is about 14 miles to the north and Crawley and Gatwick Airport are normally about 40 minutes' drive.
Main entrance door and communal hallway. Private front door and staircase to first floor.
Balustrade with shaped spindles. Radiator. Door with glazed panels to sitting room.
15' x 11'4" increasing into bay to 13'7" (4.54m x 3.45m < 4.15m) A nicely proportioned room with bay window overlooking King Alfred Close with mature trees beyond. Double radiator. Double-glazed windows.
12'4" x 8'9" (3.77m x 2.69m) Double-glazed sash window with pleasant leafy outlook. Single-drainer stainless-steel sink unit with swing mixer tap and cupboards beneath. Range of work surfaces with recess for large range cooker. Fitted cupboards and cutlery drawer. Integrated refrigerator and freezer. Matching wall units.
Work surface with space and plumbing beneath for washing machine. Cupboard housing gas-fired boiler providing hot water and central heating. Radiator. Replacement double-glazed window. Door to bathroom.
White suite of panelled bath, washbasin and WC. Radiator. Replacement double-glazed window.
From the landing, stairs lead to the second floor.
With double-glazed window. Cupboard housing Fortic tank.
11'5" x 10'10" (3.48m x 3.32m) Replacement double-glazed window. Double radiator.
10'8" x 8'9" (3.26m x 2.67m) Painted floorboards. Radiator.
Gated side access and pathway leading to private garden. Garden area is contained by old flint walling and fencing. Lawn with laurel screening and flower border.
Timber outbuilding, divided to provide a summer house and adjoining store.
Summer House: 9'7" x 5'9" (2.93m x 1.76m) Power and light connected. Window.
Adjoining Store: 7'7" x 5'9" (2.33m x 1.76m) Light point.
Tenure: There is a share of the freehold. The property has 116 years remaining of the original 125-year lease. Repairs and maintenance costs are shared equally (one third).
Services and Council Tax
Services: All main services are connected.
Council Tax Valuation Band: 'C'
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