Providing plenty of potential to extend, an Edwardian family home with three bedrooms, ample off road parking, south facing garden and a garage, just a short walk from Wivelsfield train station. No onward chain.
DESCRIPTION This is an excellent family home for those that are looking for an older property with character. There is great potential to extend too, with space to the side and rear, as others in the road have done. To the front there is plenty of off road parking and the house is set back from the road. Internally, the sitting room which is located to the front, benefits from an open fire, perfect for those winter nights, whilst the dining room and kitchen are located to the rear and lead out to the garden. We that the kitchen and the dining room would benefit from being opened to create one large room, with the option and possibility to extend, subject to the necessary approval being granted. The original outside toilet still exists and is located to the rear of the kitchen. There is stripped wood floors in the entrance hall, sitting room and dining room which adds to the character.
On the first floor are the three bedrooms and the bathroom. Bedrooms two and three are located at the rear whilst bedroom one and the bathroom is located at the front. To the rear, the garden is a really good size with the added benefit of being south facing. Any extension would not inhibit the use of the garden. The detached garage measures 24 feet in length and has a side door and rear window and provides excellent storage. This is a great family home with superb potential, a good size rear garden and plenty of parking.
LOCATION Leylands Road provides excellent close proximity to Wivelsfield station with mainline connections to Brighton, London Bridge and Victoria in under an hour. There are a good range of nurseries and primary schools in the town, with The Burgess Hill Academy or St Paul’s Catholic College being the choice for secondary schools. The nearest primary school is Manor Fields which can be found just past Wivelsfield station. The town has plenty of places to eat out with a number of independent restaurants from Curry Houses to Spanish, to Tex Mex and steak houses. Local amenities to Cedar Close are at Wivelsfield station and excitingly, Burgess Hill has just been given approval for a £65 million redevelopment which will include a 10 screen cinema, hotel and additional 70,000 square feet of retail space.