- Spacious one bedroom maisonette
- Own Entrance
- Double aspect Living room
- Private garden
- Allocated Parking space
- Large bedroom with walk-in wardrobe
- Share of freehold
- Beautifully presented
A lovely light and bright maisonette that feels like a cottage in excellent decorative order with garden and parking in central Steyning.
Built as the Railway Inn in the 1860s when the Shoreham-Christ's Hospital railway was opened. It ceased being a pub in the 1930s and became a family residence. In 2006 the building was converted into a gated development of 4 units.
Number 3 has had only the 1 owner from being converted who has enjoyed living there but feels it's time to move on.
The apartment has its own entrance with stairs leading up to a large open plan double aspect kitchen/living room. The kitchen has Birchwood units and integrated appliances and there is a useful large, corner cupboard. The bedroom is spacious with a walk in wardrobe and is adjacent to the bathroom which has a modern white suite including bath with shower over. It is a warm property being double glazed with gas fired central heating. Outside there is a private West facing garden being fenced and laid to paving and shingle and an allocated parking space directly opposite the front door.
There is no forward chain.
Share of freehold with remainder of a 125 years lease from 2006
Ground rent peppercorn
Maintenance . paid ad-hoc but due to the way the building was divided each unit is responsible for their own roofs, windows etc but share building insurance, guttering issues and the like.
Council Tax Band 'B'