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A beautifully presented semi-detached cottage, which has a large garden, set in a rural location, with the potential to extend
Hall, Sitting room, Dining room, Kitchen
3 bedrooms, Family bathroom
Attached store room, Ample parking, Garden with decking, terracing and lawn, Greenhouse, 2 Garden sheds, Gate to Worth Way
This attractive semi-detached family home is beautifully presented. An entrance porch with front door opens into the hall, which has an oak floor. The sitting room is well proportioned with a brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove, pine floor and opening to dining room, which has French doors to the garden. The kitchen has fitted wall and floor units. There is cooker with 4 gas hobs, oven and filter hood over, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher and stable door to the garden.
Upstairs the landing has an airing cupboard, which houses the gas boiler. The principal bedroom is a wonderful size with shelves, cast iron fireplace and views across farmland. There are 2 further bedrooms and a well- appointed family bathroom.
The drive leads through a wooden gate to a large parking and turning area to the side and front of the cottage. To the side of the cottage is a storeroom. Beyond the drive is a front garden with lawn and shrubs. The main garden lies to the rear which is a fabulous size. There is an area of decking which leads out onto a paved seating area. The lawn stretches away from the cottage and is enclosed by hedging and fencing. There is shrub border and at the bottom of the garden is a vegetable garden and a gate to the Worth Way. Also within the garden is a greenhouse and 2 garden sheds.
Planning was grant in 2008 to extend the cottage, but it has now lapsed.
There is golf at Copthorne, Lingfield Park and Chartham Park and racing at Lingfield Park Race Course. Nearby Ashdown Forest is the largest free public access space in the South East. It is a great place for walking and enjoying spectacular views over the Sussex countryside and is known the world over as the 'home' of Winnie-the-Pooh.
Local Amenities & Communications
The popular village of Crawley Down has a range of shops at its centre from a family butchers through to a pharmacy, post office and hairdressers. Early years and primary schooling is catered for along with a health centre and the majority of mainstream sports. For a wide range of shops, schools, restaurants and recreational facilities there are the towns of Crawley and East Grinstead. Mainline rail services to London are from Three Bridges (Victoria/London Bridge from 36 minutes) and the Gatwick Express provides a direct service to Victoria in about 30 minutes. The M23 gives access to Gatwick Airport, the coast, M25 and national motorway network.
From the M25 take the M23 south to junction 10 and head onto the A264 signed to East Grinstead. At the roundabout beside the Dukes Head turn right onto the A2028 towards Turners Hill. After about 1½ miles turn right into Wallage Lane and the cottage will be found on the right in about 400 metres.
Local Authorities and Services
West Sussex CC 01243 777100. Mid Sussex DC 01444 458166. Council Tax band E. Mains gas, electricity and water. Shared private drainage. Gas fired central heating.
To find out more about this property and its location please contact our East Grinstead office
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"A beautifully presented semi-detached cottage, which has a large garden, set in a rural location, with the potential to extend"