Strictly by confirmed and accompanied appointment only with the sole agents; RH & RW Clutton Tel: 01342 410122.
In line with the current Government guidance concerning the Coronavirus, in-person viewing appointments will be arranged for purchasers in a proceedable position only. A virtual tour will be made available in the first instance.
The property lies on the south side of East Grinstead close to the town centre with schools, shops, pubs (Old Dunnings Mill public house only being a 5 minute walk away) and an array of restaurants. The train station is a 5 minute drive away with direct services into London (Victoria approx. 55 minutes). The property is also well situated for access onto the M23/M25, to the south and the Ashdown Forest.
The front door opens into a porch which leads into the kitchen/breakfast room with a living room and the stairs beyond. The adjoining dining room has a bathroom off which enables the new purchaser to possibly make this into a third bedroom or guest room. The back door having steps down to the rear terrace. On the first floor are two bedrooms with the benefit of both having en-suite bathrooms, of which one en-suite cubicle is small.
The private driveway alongside the house provides access to generous and valuable off-street parking for multiple vehicles. Brick steps drop down from the stable-style back door through a field gate leading into the grounds.
Conveniently situated is an irregular shaped old timber garage with a felt and metal corrugated roof (approx. 4.27m x 4.24m) which houses a mechanics inspection pit, work bench and is currently used as a lockable store. Behind is a small south facing rear terrace with an old potting shed and a timber fuel store. The segmented lawned garden with flowerbeds and Buxus hedge falls away from the house from where there are glorious views of the garden. There are opportunities to create a vegetable garden or additional decking area.
There is potential for an extension to be added to the rear of the property (subject to all necessary consents).
Potentially an exciting and useful set of old open outbuildings lie privately at the end of the garden offering numerous opportunities for alternative uses (subject to any necessary consents, should they be required). Principally timber framed with asbestos and corrugated iron cladding and roofing, they offer:
Building 1: larger section 4.74m x 4.28m, two open bays 4.69m x 3.87m and 4.69m x 2.95m.
Building 2: 9.43m x 6.84m and 5m x 2.65m.
Building 3: 4.64m x 2.45m and 5.65m (max) x 2.76m.
The buildings are in a poor state of repair in places and should be entered with due care and attention.
TENURE & POSSESSION
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession on completion. There are presently two lodgers in residence.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS
All fixtures, fittings and chattels whether referred to or not are specifically excluded from the sale. The property will otherwise be taken as seen and inspected.
SERVICES (not tested and therefore not warrantied)
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.
West Sussex County Council (01243 771100)
Mid Sussex District Council (01444 458166)
Council Tax Band D (£1,897.27 - 2020/21)
EPC Band D
The plan and the stated dimensions are for identification and information purposes only and potential purchasers must rely on their own investigations.
DIRECTIONS (RH19 4AU)
At the top end of the High Street beside Lloyds Bank turn up the hill into Ship Street, left at the first roundabout, right at the next roundabout into Dunnings Road and then left into Stockwell Road opposite the Old Dunnings Mill public house.