- Large three bedroom semi detached house in sought after road off the High Street
- Sitting room, dining room, kitchen breakfast room, cloakroom, shower room
- Attached garage and parking. Large rear garden. Views from the first floor
- Requires some modernisation. Potential to extend (stpp)
A little gem! Rarely available in this type of location, a 3 double bedroom semi detached house tucked away in a quiet backwater off the main High Street. Aside from the location other special features of this property are the size of the total plot, a large rear garden in addition to an attached garage and off road parking. A footpath to the left of the property separates it from the The Tanyard Field, an historic landmark dating back to Tudor times. The tanyard turned cattle hides into leather. All that remains now is a tree lined field with a pond and one of the old remaining red brick buildings. The field is a wild meadow and protected. There are lovely views from the first floor rear bedrooms.
Oakleigh is an ideal purchase for a couple or family and particularly for those looking to downsize and needing to be walking distance to the High Street and other key amenities. There is potential to extend in a number of ways to increase both living space and bedrooms (stpp).
The accommodation includes: entrance hall with coat cupboard and cloakroom, living room over looking the front, opening to the dining room at the rear with doors to the garden, kitchen breakfast room and a utility/boot room. On the first floor are three generous double bedrooms and a shower room. The property requires some modernisation.
Outside to the front is a driveway providing off road parking and an area of lawn bordered by mature shrubs. The secluded rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with two large patios, ideal for outdoor dining, mature shrubs and trees and a variety of flower beds. VACANT POSSESSION.
The property is located in the sought after Cagefoot lane. Henfield High Street is literally a gentle stroll of 2 minutes or so where a full range of everyday and specialist retailers can be found. These include a supermarket, pharmacy, cafes, restaurants, pubs and post office. There is a village library, a lovely and ancient Anglican church, primary school, leisure centre, tennis club etc. Henfield is self sufficient in most areas with its own medical centre, dentist, hairdressers, ironmongers etc. The nearest railway station is at Hassocks about 7.5 miles (mainline services into London Bridge and Victoria from about an hour) Brighton city centre and the coast is 20 minutes drive or so. Gatwick and the M25 are within about 35 minutes. Henfield has a disused railway line offering wonderful walking, running and cycling within easy reach of the house. The South Downs National Park is not far from the edge of Henfield with access to numerous Downland treks.