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Home Run: Michael Jones & Co present a stunning home in Goring-by-Sea

- August 13, 2018

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This beautiful home is located in the sought after Sea Lane area of Goring-by-Sea, being within close proximity of Goring seafront, where there are cafes, a yacht club and Goring Greensward which is ideal for picnics, ball games and barbecues or just sitting and relaxing, watching the world go by.

There are local shopping facilities available at nearby Goring Road and the area is also well served with good local schools, bus services and mainline railway stations.

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A stunning four bedroom detached Victorian villa, which has undergone a complete refurbishment and modernisation program by J W Stratton Ltd as part of the 64 Sea Lane development which comprises this property plus three contemporary houses.

A stunning four bedroom detached Victorian villa, which has undergone a complete refurbishment

The villa benefits from gas fired central heating, double glazed sash windows, cloakroom, bay fronted living room, bay fronted family room, and a quality fitted Alexander’s kitchen with adjacent dining room plus a utility room. To the first floor there is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom/WC. To the outside there are front and rear gardens and parking for two vehicles.

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Worthing town centre with its historic pier is found to the east approximately 2.5 miles distance. There is also an excellent range of local shopping facilities and restaurants as well as a superb beach which is popular for windsurfing and kite surfing. 

Goring-by-Sea is also home to the English Martyrs Catholic Church which features the only known reproduction of the Sistine Chapel Ceiling in the world. The work was started by Gary Bevans, a sign writer parishioner with no formal training in 1987 after a parish pilgrimage to Rome. The Goring-by-Sea railway station is also thought to have been the inspiration for the name of the character, Lord Goring, in Oscar Wilde’s play ‘An Ideal Husband’, as he lived in Worthing during the late 1800s.

www.michaeljones.co.uk

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