A charming Grade II listed semi detached family home, believed to date from 1919, with many period features including fire places,oak beams and picture rails. The accommodation comprises of two reception rooms, fitted kitchen, family bathroom, three bedrooms, a larger than average single garage and gardens. To the front is an immaculate garden and a gravel driveway for approximately 4-5 cars. The entrance hall with quarry tiled floor provides access to the sitting room, bathroom, a useful understairs cupboard and exposed wooden staircase. The kitchen is situated at the rear of the property and offers dual aspect views of the garden, a range of fitted units and a half glazed door providing access to the rear garden. The dining room benefits from a quarry tiled floor (currently carpeted), built-in storage cupboards and triple window to rear, whilst the sitting room boasts parquet flooring and dual fuel burner with windows to the front. The fully tiled bathroom is located on the ground floor and contains a bath with shower over, wash basin and low level wc. There is a stunning double height feature window on the half landing and the first floor landing has a storage cupboard and leads to the 3 bedrooms. The rear bedrooms have glorious views towards the North Downs. There is gas fired central heating throughout and the windows have been replaced with double glazed units whilst retaining the original character.
To the front of the property is a large lawned garden with flower bed borders and an extensive gravelled driveway providing parking for several cars. The garage, which has an up and over door and can also be accessed via a door to the side, has power and lighting, a sink, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. The large rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with shrub borders, a raised gravelled area providing an outside entertaining space with adjoining sunken fish pond. Towards the end of the garden is a vegetable patch and a timber store. There is a useful concrete hardstanding immediately at the rear of the garage which would be a suitable space to erect a studio or further store (subject to all necessary consents).
LOCATION AND AMENITIES
The property stands in the heart of the popular village of Turners Hill, in West Sussex within walking distance of local facilities including a village shop, hairdressers, two public houses and a well-regarded primary school. For a greater range of shopping facilities and recreational amenities, Crawley and East Grinstead lie within about five miles. The property is conveniently located for easy access to Three Bridges Railway Station, Gatwick Airport and the M23.
TENURE & POSSESSION
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession on completion.
SERVICES (Not tested and therefore not warrantied)
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. Gas fire central heating to radiators.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS
All fixtures, fittings and chattels whether referred to or not are specifically excluded from the sale.
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING
The property (not withstanding any description contained in these particulars) is sold subject to any existing Town & Country Planning legislation and to any development plan, resolution or notice which may be in force and also subject to any statutory provisions or by-laws without any obligation on the part of the vendor or his agents to specify them. The property is not listed but does lie within a conservation area.
COUNCIL TAX AND EPC
Council Tax: Band E - £2,551.46 per annum for (2022/2023). EPC - Exempt
Mid Sussex District Council - 01444 477564
Viewing strictly by confirmed appointment only with RH & RW Clutton
Tel: 01342 410122 Extn.1