Tucked away on a quiet no through road with excellent elevated views from the rear, a two bedroom cottage with large west facing garden, off road parking and garage.
DESCRIPTION *** Guide Price £315,000 – £325,000 ***
There are many reasons why we have fallen in love with this home and we are certain that buyers will too. Built in the late 1800’s, this cottage is located on the quiet no through section of Colwell Road and therefore benefits from very little passing traffic.
As you enter the home, it is clear to see the charm and character. The light coming through from the living room is felt throughout the downstairs. Presented in excellent order, with two bedrooms, this is the perfect home to simply move straight into. The kitchen sets the tone for the style and finish and has ample prep space as well, something not always found in a cottage.
To the rear, we love the fact that the sitting room has doors which take you out to the garden. The sitting room benefits from fantastic views of the hills to the west, perfect with the sliding doors open that take you out to the decked terrace. On the first floor, the accommodation and layout is also impressive. The master bedroom is a good size with plenty of natural light and overlooks the trees opposite. The second bedroom we think is ideal for either a guest room or children’s room, this room has fantastic views yet again of the hills and partial views of the south downs. The first floor accommodation is completed by the modern bathroom.
The rear garden is uniquely large in this price range. The decked area from the sitting room affords stunning sunset views and leads to a lawn with various seating areas, perfect for entertaining. At the end of the garden is a driveway and large garage which is accessed from Wiveslfield Road. This uniquely allows you to park either at the front or at the rear. Whilst the garage is large enough to accommodate a car it is currently used as a gym and provides additional storage.
LOCATION One of the key features of this home is the location on Colwell Road. Colwell Road is located on the southern side of Haywards Heath, access into the town is provided by nearby Wivelsfield Road or Franklyn Road. Since the opening of the A272 bypass road, access out to Cuckfield and the A23/M23 is much simpler and quicker task than it used to be. To the south and on the eastern side of Burgess Hill is access to Wivelsfield Green and towards Ditchling and Brighton, whilst the A272 East leads you to Uckfield and beyond to Tunbridge Wells. Brighton can be found 15 miles to the south, whilst a short drive north takes you to Crawley and London Gatwick. The countryside is not far from your front door, National Trust facilities are located locally at Wakehust Place and Nymans Gardens, with Sheffield Park less than 15 minutes by road. Pretty villages surround Haywards Heath and include Lindfield, Cuckfield, Ardingly and Wivelsfield Green.