STUNNING FAMILY HOME IN IDEAL LOCATION - TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS, OPEN PLAN KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM, SEPARATE LIVING ROOM
|Total size||71.5 m²||770 ft²|
|Kitchen||3.42 m x 3.13 m||11' 2” x 10' 3”|
|Dining Area||3.32 m x 2.20 m||10' 11” x 7' 3”|
|Living Area||4.41 m x 2.79 m||14' 5” x 9' 2”|
|Master Bedroom||4.41 m x 2.84 m||14' 5” x 9' 4”|
|Bedroom 2||4.41 m x 2.69 m||14' 5” x 8' 10”|
Families looking to enjoy the excellent travel links, great schools and friendly community surrounding Woodgate need look no further than the Lyra. This two-bedroom terraced house offers all the luxuries of an Alphium home whilst enjoying great connections via road and rail to London and the South Coast.
The spacious living area enjoys plenty of natural light from the modern double-glazed doors, leading out in the garden. This versatile new home benefits from Wi-Fi controlled heating, making for a modern energy-efficient property throughout the year.
Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms and the bathroom is luxuriously finished with chrome accessories by Vado and sleek ceramic wall tiling. An attention to detail is evident throughout this new home.
Key features include:
01. Nymans ( 3 miles )
02. Brighton Pier ( 23 miles )
03. Gatwick Airport ( 8 miles )
04. Coca-Cola London Eye ( 43 miles )
05. Royal Pavilion ( 20 miles )
06. Horsham ( 9 miles )
07. Oxford Circus ( 37 miles )
National Trust owned Nymans is a garden lover's home for all seasons, with an extensive yet intimate garden set around a romantic house and ruins.
02. Brighton Pier
As famous as fish and chips, the Brighton Palace Pier opened to great fanfare in 1899 and continues to welcome thousands of visitors to an entertaining mix of modern and traditional seaside attractions every year.
03. Gatwick Airport
Gatwick is located in one of the best connected areas in the UK. The airport already has the fastest transport links into the centre of London and the financial district plus great connectivity to elsewhere in the UK.
04. Coca-Cola London Eye
At 135m, Coca-Cola London Eye is the world's largest cantilevered observation wheel. It was conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects and was launched in 2000.
05. Royal Pavilion
The unique and exotic Royal Pavilion has a colourful history. Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, this historic house mixes Regency grandeur with the visual style of India and China.
Take a stroll past the 17th–19th century buildings along the Causeway, one of Sussex's most famous 'original' streets.
07. Oxford Circus
The tube takes just seven minutes from London Victoria to Oxford Circus, where you can browse all your favourite brands and flagship stores in one place.