Beautifully presented and with a feature kitchen diner that leads to the garden, a detached family home with four bedrooms and en-suite to master bedroom. Off road parking, garage and favoured southerly aspect garden.
DESCRIPTION This is an excellent family home, built in 2017 and perfect for anyone searching for that slick modern finish and ready to move into. Buyers will also have the peace of mind of the remaining NHBC warranty. Meadowsweet Drive is a quiet residential road forming part of the Heathwood Park development and looks out towards a play area. Internally, the sitting room is located to the front and has space for two sofas. To the rear is a large kitchen/diner which is the perfect spot for entertaining and has space for dining table. There is ample work surface prep area, with integrated appliances which include a five ring gas hob, built in oven, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The utility room is really useful and with an entertaining room, ideal to have the washing machine tucked away from the kitchen. There are French doors that take you out to the garden and also a storage cupboard. The ground floor is completed by a cloakroom. On the first floor are four bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom along with its en-suite is located to the front, as is bedroom 4. Bedrooms two and three overlook the garden at the rear. The rear garden benefits from a favoured southerly aspect and there is also a garage, with parking for two cars in front.
LOCATION Meadowsweet Drive forms part of the impressive Heathwood Park Development by Barratt Homes and David Wilson. Access into the village is provided by Gravelye Lane. Turn left on Gravelyle Lane and then left again into Lyoth Lane and you can find one of our favourite pubs, The Snowdrop which is a firm favourite with many in Mid-Sussex. Elsewhere in the village there are some great places to eat; we also really like the Witch Inn or The Bent Arms. For an evening meal you can’t go wrong at the Limes Restaurant or Paolino’s Italian. Tamasha Curry House is a great curry house opposite the pond and is a popular hit with local residents. Lindfield Coffee Works, tucked away on Alma Road off the High Street is proving to be a big hit and our go to place for coffee. Lindfield Common is a great spot to watch the world go by; cricket at the weekends in the summer or football in the winter. It is also the home of the bowls club. And on a Thursday evening at the top of the common, you can’t beat the pizza van!
For schools, both highly regarded Blackthorns Primary and Lindfield Primary are within the village, whilst towards Beech Hill in Haywards Heath is Northlands Wood Primary Academy. Blackthorns is rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and Lindfield and Northlands Wood are rated as Good. There are great places to get out and explore from Lindfield, National Trust facilities are located locally at Wakehurst Place and Nymans Gardens, with Sheffield Park less than 15 minutes by road. A short drive takes you to Haywards Heath mainline station where trains to London Bridge and London Victoria are from 47 minutes. Brighton to the south, can be reached in 20 minutes.Brighton can be found 15 miles to the south, whilst a short drive north takes you to Crawley, London Gatwick and the A/M23.