A typical 1930's bay fronted semi-detached house, traditionally constructed, with brick cavity walls under a pitched tiled roof. The property lends itself to some updating, but is offered for sale in good clean decorative order throughout.
The accommodation comprises, on the ground floor; a generous entrance hall, with door to a bright and spacious sitting room with bay window and arch way to separate dining room; a large kitchen/breakfast room with built in double oven and hob and ample space for a table; and ground floor cloakroom. On the first floor there are four good size bedrooms and a refitted wet room with shower area and WC.
Particular features include; original panelled internal doors, gas fired central heating, uPVC replacement double glazing, a large insulated and boarded loft space, attached garage and a good sized west facing garden.
Gardens - Externally the property enjoys a good size rear garden of approximately 65' (20m) in length. The garden is well enclosed by timber fencing and mature hedging, and is mainly laid to lawn. Included in the sale are a greenhouse, summer house and garden shed. To the front of the property there is 'key-blocked' double driveway providing good off road parking, a small lawn area with hedging, enclosed by brick built garden wall.
Garage - Situated directly to the side of the property, with metal up and over door, and personal door to the rear.
Location - Forest Road is favourably located in a most sought after and convenient position, providing easy access to local amenities. Ideal for the commuter, the road runs south from the A27, which offers direct access to Brighton (12 miles) or the A24 towards Horsham (20 miles) and Crawley (30 miles).
Broadwater shops and recreational green are within less than half a mile, within a similar distance is Lyons Farm and Sainsbury superstore. Broadwater Primary School is also within half a mile and a choice of high schools within approximately a mile. Worthing College is again well within a mile.
Worthing is a seaside town located between the English Channel and the South Downs. It offers all the amenities and leisure facilities one would expect from a large town, with a population of over 100,000, including; sports centre, swimming centre, sailing club, golf courses, and promenade and pier, to mention but a few.