- Stylish good sized family house opposite the green
- Built in 2014 to a very high standard by reputable local firm
- Over 2200 sqft of beautifully appointed accommodation
- Sizeable plot with excellent parking and large garage
- Under warranty for a further 5 years
A modern bespoke designed and built 4 bedroom family house in good sized plot overlooking the pretty green and cricket square in the heart of the popular village, within easy reach of the local mainline railway station. Built in 2014 by respected local developers SDP, the build quality and finish is exceptional with light and airy accommodation on two floors providing about 2200 sq feet of living with spacious open hallway and landing. The large family kitchen dining room has access to the private sunny rear gardens as does the adjoining family room. The main sitting room is double aspect with an open fireplace and there is a useful and good sized study which works well as a fifth bedroom. The master bedroom and main living areas overlook the village green and cricket ground, home of the traditional village day and fete, held every year. Other spaces include a deep cloaks cupboard, downstairs cloakroom and a large utility room adjacent to the kitchen. An en-suite and family bathroom complete the layout which is all beautifully presented in a neutral colour palette. Outside the electric gated entrance from the road opens onto a tar and chip driveway passing around the enclosed lawns terminating by the large detached brick garage and providing parking and turning in front of the house itself.
Staplefield was once described by a famous Sunday newspaper as part of the Golden Triangle of villages, made up of the three communities of Warninglid, Slaugham and Staplefield. Just 2 miles south of Nymans Gardens at Handcross, the village has two pub restaurants within walking distance as well as an excellent church aided primary school and a village hall, also a short stroll away. Handcross to the north east offers a general store, newsagent, butchers and ironmongers as well a tea rooms and two pubs. Access to the (A23/M23) London to Brighton motorway is just 5 minutes by car with the local mainline railway station at Balcombe under 10 minutes drive. In the summer months village cricket is played on the square opposite the house with other events held throughout the year.