A beautifully presented period house with potential to extend (subject to the necessary consents), set in this popular road close to the centre of the town with all its facilities and the railway stat
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A beautifully presented period house with potential to extend (subject to the necessary consents), set in this popular road close to the centre of the town with all its facilities and the railway station.
Hall, Open plan sitting room/dining room, Kitchen
Landing, 2 Bedrooms, Bathroom
2 Outhouses, Paved seating area, Gardens with lawn and borders, Workshop/office
A beautifully presented period semi-detached cottage situated in a very convenient location close to the town centre.
The front door opens into the hall where there is an oak floor that continues through into the reception room, which was originally 2 rooms. The reception room is an excellent size with a bay window and its cast iron fireplace at the sitting room end, with a dining area adjoining the kitchen. Beyond is the fabulous kitchen with oak flooring, fitted units, granite worksurfaces, built-in dishwasher, 4 ring gas hob, oven and space for washing machine and fridge. There is also a half glazed door leading out into the garden.
Stairs lead from the hall to the landing. The principal bedroom is an excellent size at the front of the house. The other double bedroom has fitted wardrobes. There is a beautifully-appointed family bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower.
A decorative tiled path leads to the entrance porch, beside which is an area of slate chippings. A side gate leads to the main garden at the rear. Here there are 2 outhouses, a paved seating area, lawn and borders. At the end of the garden is a further slate chipped area in front of the workshop/home office with electricity connected. The rear garden from the dining room wall is about 106 long.
The railway station at East Grinstead provides services to London Bridge/Victoria in about 55 minutes. The A22 connects to the M25, London, Brighton and the A264, which in turn gives good access to the M23/A23. Gatwick airport is about 11 miles.
Enter East Grinstead from the north on the A22. Having hit the one way system take the first left onto the A264 to Tunbridge Wells. After about 400 metres at the traffic lights cross over directly ahead into St Johns Road. The property will be found towards the start of the road on the left.
Just east of the property is Mount Noddy recreation ground with its multi-use sports courts, childrens playground, football pitch, bowling green and allotments. The property is very well located to the centre of the town with the shops, restaurants, railway station and schools. Further shopping and recreational facilities may be found in Tunbridge Wells and Crawley. Nearby Ashdown Forest is the largest free public access space in the South East. East Grinstead has a leisure centre, tennis club, rugby club, hockey, cricket and netball club. There are golf courses at Chartham Park, Lingfield Park and Royal Ashdown. Horse racing can be found at Lingfield Park. Water sports are available at Weir Wood reservoir.
Local Authorities and Services
Mid Sussex DC 01444 458166. West Sussex CC 02143 777100. Council Tax band D. All mains services connected. Gas fired central heating.