- A 4 bedroom 2 bathroom semi detached older house in large garden
- Two receptions one with fireplace plus large kitchen diner
- Utility room and cloakroom. Outside office and storage sheds
- Double carport and ample additional parking. EPC C
An extended older style 4 bedroom semi-detached house set back from the road in a delightful rural position with views across to Borde Hill Estate. The property was extended in 2005 to provide spacious two storey accommodation with uPVC double glazed windows and modern Worcester Bosch powered mains gas central heating with a pressurised hot water system. The property benefits from a large overall plot size with ample parking, double car port and useful brick built outside office building. In brief the accommodation comprises hall, sitting room with open fireplace, large kitchen dining room with fitted cream coloured Shaker style cabinets under heat resistant work tops with tiled splash backs and ceramic tiled flooring. The kitchen leads through to a utility room where there is plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer beyond which lies a cloakroom/WC. The recent extension provides a stunning 21ft long main living room with double doors out on to the patio and rear garden with delightful views across the grassland fields adjacent. The first floor has 4 good sized bedrooms, a modern sizeable family bathroom and equally spacious ensuite shower room. The outside office dates from the original construction of the house and has been properly dry lined and insulated with its own electrical supply and would make an excellent office or playroom. In addition there are two wooden garden sheds. Outside the property is approached from a gravel drive way where there is ample parking and turning with a useful timber clad double car port (also with electric point). The front garden is enclosed by picket fencing being laid to lawn with a path to the side leading round to the paved patio with access from both the kitchen and the living room beyond which lies the neat lawn enclosed by thick hedging. There is a specimen apple tree and numerous shrubs.
Located at the end of Brook Street on the northern edge of the picturesque village of Cuckfield with stunning views of the adjoining Borde Hill Estate. The local shop at Whitemans Green is about half a mile with the bustling High Street a further half a mile, providing a range of everyday shopping and specialist retailers. Cuckfield has a respected primary school and secondary school with a recreation ground, playing fields and a beautiful spired church. Haywards Heath town centre and mainline railway station is 3 miles with access to the open countryside via nearby public footpaths literally on the doorstep.