- Two bedroom first floor flat in central High Street location with parking
- Good size sitting/dining room, bathroom, newly fitted kitchen
- Newly decorated throughout, bathroom upgraded and new flooring to sitting room
- Ideal for first time buyer or as a buy to let investment
NEW LEASE - 125 YEARS. A fantastic opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented two bedroom first floor flat in the centre of the High Street with parking. The vendors have redecorated throughout and the property has a newly fitted kitchen and upgraded bathroom suite.
The flat is accessed from the communal entrance adjacent to the residents car parking area. The front door of the flat opens into the entrance hall which has a useful storage cupboard. There is a good sized sitting/dining room with newly laid light wood effect flooring and a window overlooking the front. There is an opening from the sitting room to the contemporary kitchen which is fitted with white gloss fronted units and slate grey tile splash backs. A washing machine and dishwasher are included and there is space for a fridge freezer. The bathroom again is a good size and fitted with a white suit and grey tile effect vinyl flooring. In all a good sized flat which feels light and spacious throughout. Ideal for a buy to let investor or a first time buyer. VACANT POSSESSION.
Located just off the bustling High Street, just a short walk of its shops, cafes, library, post office and other essential facilities. The village is largely self sufficient with a highly respected primary school, modern medical centre, a range of pubs and cafes, leisure centre, bowls and tennis clubs together with all the usual amenities you would expect from a large village. Bordering the South Downs National Park, Henfield is famous for its old railway line which now forms a wonderful conduit for walking, cycling and horse riding. The nearest main line rail service to London is Hassocks (7.5 miles) with regular trains to Brighton, Gatwick airport, Victoria and London Bridge. The A23 is about 5 miles connecting to the M25 in about 30 minutes with the A24 accessible via West Grinstead at about 5.5 miles. The market town of Horsham is about 20 minutes by car with Brighton and the coast a similar journey time to the south, both are also accessible by a 30 minute bus route from the High Street.