Midhurst is a very good-size detached bungalow originally built, we understand, in the 1950's and extended and modified in more recent years to create wonderful open-plan living space which opens directly onto the large garden.
It provides some 1,243 sq ft of accommodation briefly comprising an entrance hall, two bedrooms - one with an en suite bathroom, the other with an en suite WC, a kitchen/breakfast room with a good range of fitted units and equipped with electric double oven and hob, a separate larder cupboard and plumbing for a washing machine. A notable feature is where the dining room, set in the centre of the house with vaulted ceiling, is open to the large sitting room which in turn has large double-glazed sliding doors opening onto the conservatory and overlooks the garden. There are a couple of steps down to the sitting room from the dining room and it benefits from having a log burner.
The large rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and incorporates an extensive area of light woodland to the bottom third or so of garden, bordering the field to the south. There is a patio area next to the house which leads down to lawn and well-stocked flower beds and borders. A paved pathway takes you down through to the wooded area and gives access to a timber workshop, shed and log store. To the front of the house, a wooden five-bar gate opens onto a sizable area of brick-paved hardstanding for parking and leads to the garage and car port to the side of the house. The garage is also accessed via a side door from the garden.Location