Built in the 1900s this Victorian house was once used as a bakery and has since been added to over the years and now stands as a three/four bedroom detached house and sits above a vast commercial premises.. The ground floor is made up entirely of what used to be used as a convenience shop and post office with plenty of storage to the rear of the building. Plans for two, two bedroom, two bathroom apartments have already been drawn and approved by Horsham District Council. The entrance to the main residence is to the side of the building and gives you immediate access into a hallway with a downstairs toilet and stairs straight up to the first floor. This level enjoys a spacious kitchen breakfast room, living room, office plus a family bathroom. There is also a delightful, low maintenance terrace area with park views. On the second floor there are three bedrooms, all with wash basins and fitted wardrobes. As well as a shower and separate wc which are both cleverly built into the eaves.
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