Guide Price £600,000 – £625,000 A beautifully refurbished four double bedroom period family ideally located within a short walk of Crawley town centre and mainline railway station. No onward chain.
GUIDE PRICE £600,000 – £625,000 We love this beautifully refurbished detached family home ideally located on quiet, residential road in the heart of Crawley. This period property will appeal to buyers searching for a house which is ready to move into with no onward chain and is ideally positioned within a short walk of the town centre and mainline railway station.
The front door opens into a tiled entrance hallway with space to hang coats and stairs rising to the first floor. A spacious, double aspect sitting/family room stretches the depth of the house and has a door opening to the rear garden. The refitted kitchen sits at the rear and comprises a comprehensive selection of storage units, plenty of work surface preparation space and a range of integrated appliances including a dishwasher and fridge freezer. The bay fronted dining room is ideally positioned to the front of the kitchen and has plenty of space for a table and chairs. A shower room completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor, there are four good sized double bedrooms and a recently fitted family bathroom.
Outside, there is a sunny, westerly facing rear garden is predominantly paved and there is also a brick outbuilding. There is access down the side to parking at the rear.
We understand that the property tenure is freehold and that the council tax band is E.
LOCATION Crawley is a popular location, thanks to excellent commuter links and a vast selection of things to do. Crawley consists of fourteen residential neighbourhoods, including Three Bridges, Maidenbower, Ifield and the newest area Forge Wood. Whether your priority is rail access, shopping or a place to walk, there is an area in Crawley to suit your needs. The M23 and Gatwick Airport are close by, with strong rail links to London and Brighton running regularly from Three Bridges, Ifield, Crawley & Gatwick stations. The town boasts excellent Metro bus services which provide easy access to the town and airport throughout the day, as well as into the night. If you enjoy shopping, Crawley’s high street wont disappoint; lined with shops, the town centre is also home to The County Mall which opens late every Thursday. From quirky, out-of-town pubs to chain restaurants, there is a lot of choice when it comes to places to eat. For something a little more relaxed, Tilgate Park is the perfect setting for a day out, with plenty of greenery as well as a lake, nature centre, Go Ape activity course and family restaurant.
DISCLAIMER All material information has been provided to us by the seller, this is accurate to the best of our knowledge and is provided in good faith. Your legal representative should verify this information through enquiries raised during the conveyancing process.