Edwardian property bang up to date and spacious like the tardis.

Edwardian property bang up to date and spacious like the tardis.

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Shelagh

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

A charming, comfortable house with flexible accommodation for the whole family. Its a short walk or cycle to town where you will find 40 options to eat and drink including a fabulous michelin starred restaurant. Pubs and cafes abound and there is a sports centre, a cinema and theatre. London is an hour on the direct train. Borrow our golf clubs and play at the famous Mannings heath golf course, just around the corner.

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More about us

  1. Early sixties adventurous couple who love to travel. Sadly can't share with cats due to an allergy.

  2. Grown up sons one in Auckland and the other in London studying.

  3. Our family is mostly Scottish with a bit Irish, Italian, French and Slovenian. We have no trouble finding a rugby team to support.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Lovely Sussex market town with great park, sports centre and theatre.
Street food events on Thursdays and Saturdays.
The country is very close at the end of Depot road with many public footpaths and bridleways.
The Sussex Downs, North and South are close by and the South coast including vibrant Brighton is a short drive or train ride away.
London is an easy hour on a commuter train.

Buzzy restaurants
Tristrams for posh. Wabi for sushi. Black jug for traditional. All walking distance.
Cool bars
Dead Parrot or Mungos for cocktails and a dozen traditional pubs.
Cozy cafés
Artisan for tea and cakes and the best coffee. Spoilt for choice with cafes.
Retail therapy
All you could want and then some. Head off to Guildford or Brighton and London is a quick train journey away.
Bit of culture
Horsham arts centre for theatre and cinema. Brighton has an amazing cultural vibe.
Walks in the park
Beautiful Horsham park complete with bandstand. The Sussex downs and close by and the woods are just at the end of the road.
Spot of exercise
3 sports centres and swimming pools, 4 golf courses and beautiful cycling all at hand.
Day tripping
Brighton, London, Guildford, Chichester, Arundel, Eastbourne and how about a quick jaunt to France for lunch?

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