1998.1691

Description

Particulars. Lot 1 The valuable freehold business premises (for many years past in the occupation of Mr Edwin Stanford) and Dwelling houses brick built and tile healed, all in one block with the outbuildings and gardens, known as 7, 8 and 9 Queen Street and occupying one of the most central trading positions in the town of Horsham, the whole property possessing a street frontage of about 38 feet and with estimated rental value of £65 per annum.
No. 7 Queen Street contains front bedroom, three smaller back bedrooms, bakers and grocers shop, with back sitting room, kitchen and scullery combined, bakehouse with bakers oven and furnace.
No. 8 Queen Street contains front bedroom, no. 2 bedroom with cupboard, No. 3 back bedroom. Butcher’s Shop, small adjoining office, living room and scullery
No. 9 Queen Street (a separate private dwelling house in the occupation of Mrs Baker) contains three bedrooms, front sitting room, Kitchen, scullery. There are two outside WC’s. The drains are connected with the main sewer; Well of water.
The outbuildings include three timber built pig sties, with corrugated iron roof, timber built workshop, brick and timber built tile healed two stall stable or cow stalls, lean to timber built washhouse and two lock up timber built coal sheds. Enclosed mature gardens, well stocked with fruit trees.

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