In late Victorian times the bay windows were added and the leaded light windows. In about 1910 the house was renovated and 2 mill stones from the demolished Rustington Windmill were placed as fire hearths.
Accommodation: The accommodation is over 3 floors in the older part of this semi-detached house. Features of the property are low ceilings and beams throughout. It is a double fronted house with the Front Door to the entrance hall leading on the right to the kitchen and the Living Room on the left. A utility room and WC lead off at the rear.
The Farmhouse Kitchen has a 6 burner range, granite worktops, dishwasher, fridge & freezer. The Kitchen is open plan to the Dining Room with a large feature inglenook fireplace and a large Riley Mahogany Dining Table with seating for 8.
The Living Room at it’s largest 25’ x 12’, again has an Inglenook fireplace around which there is seating for eight on three settees. There is a television with free view channels. The study area off, has a desk and chair with facility for a computer link up.
From the Living Room are stairs to the first floor. The Master Bedroom is 25’ long and 10’ wide with a Bath / Shower room en suite. There is a king size bed, fireplace and cupboards for clothes storage. The second bedroom is a large double with dressing Bathroom en suite. Again there is built in clothes storage and a King size bed.
The stairs to the 2nd floor lead off the landing and the upper 2 bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin) share a shower room with toilet. Each bedroom has vaulted ceilings with low beams. Care must be taken not to bash your head so are ideal for children.