- Classic 1970's 3 bedroom semi detached modern house
- Garage, garden and off road parking
- Solar electric generation. Gas central heating
- Double glazing. Extended ground floor dining room. EPC D
- Vacant possession. No chain
A 3 bedroom semi detached house set back from London Lane, close to the heart of this sought after village, having been extended to the ground floor at the rear to create a good sized dining room. Constructed of cavity brick with part tiled upper elevations under a tiled roof, the present owners have installed roof solar panels that generate electricity that is fed useable in the property and any excess sold back to the National Grid. Approached via a shared entrance driveway from London Lane the property has its own parking outside its garage plus a second bay that spurs off the driveway. In addition the property owns the tarmac apron between the end of the front garden and the pavement. An enclosed porch leads to the hallway with stairs to first floor. The property has the benefit of a ground floor WC. The living room over looks the front garden and has an open fireplace with chimney breast. Sliding double doors open into an extended dining room with doors leading to both the kitchen and the garden. The kitchen has fitted cupboards and work surfaces with tiled splashbacks. There is space for an electric freestanding cooker and plumbing for a washing machine. There are two full height storage cupboards. A wall mounted modern combi Glow Worm gas boiler supplies domestic hot water and central heating. A door opens onto the driveway in front of the garage. The first floor comprises a landing with former airing cupboard, 2 double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobe cupboards plus a good sized single bedroom. The loft is part boarded and fully insulated. Outside, the front garden is laid to lawn with a specimen tree. The rear garden comprises a patio area, neat lawn, and shrubbery with some mature trees. The garden dog legs behind the back of the garage. The rear garden is perhaps 60 ft in length and enjoys plentiful afternoon sunshine. Situated just off London Lane the house is a few minutes walk of the local primary school. Warden Park secondary school and the picturesque High Street with its shops, cafes and other amenities is an easy 10 minute stroll. Haywards Heath town centre is about 5 minutes drive to the east where a mainline railway station provides fast regular services into London. The A23 at Warninglid links quickly with Gatwick, Brighton and the M25.