Providing a superb location for both the station and shopping facilities, a versatile five bedroom family home with attached one bedroom ideally located for the shops and the train station.
DESCRIPTION This Edwardian home has been extended over the years to provide excellent family accommodation – we think this home is perfect for a growing family. Buyers looking for a house of this size will often have a tick list of a large kitchen, good entertaining space and en-suites to at least one of the bedrooms. A rear extension prior to our client’s purchase has created a 24ft kitchen/diner which has been remodelled in the last 5 years. The engineered wood floor helps create a spacious and light feel, with patio doors that lead to the side patio and French doors located at the rear. To the front of the house is the sitting room with a bay and large windows to allow in plenty of light.
On the split level first floor are three bedrooms and the family bathroom. The annexe extension has increased the size of bedroom two to 20ft and has its own en-suite shower room, whilst bedroom one to the front also has an arch through to a shower cubicle and WC. To the rear of the first floor is the modern fitted bathroom and third bedroom. Stairs lead to second floor to two rooms with great potential. Bedroom four is a recent conversion, whilst there is a further bedroom which spans the size of the main bedroom and the annexe. This could serve as a fifth bedroom, an office or teenage TV room.
The annex was built in 2004. Set over two floors and larger than most one bedroom apartments, there is a kitchen big enough to accommodate a table, an en-suite bathroom to the bedroom and off road parking to the front. Taking into the location so close to the station, it is no surprise that the rental demand is always high. The flexibility of the house layout alongside the annexe makes this home quite unique. The garden to the rear is made up in part of patio, decking and lawn. To the front, there is plenty of off road parking on the in and out drive and a garage with an electric door. Under the Estate Agents Act 1979 we declare that the owner is related to a member of staff of Move Revolution.
LOCATION We think the location of this home in Mill Road is perfect. Close enough to the town facilities and of course the station, but far enough that you don’t feel you cannot relax. Stroll down Cyprus Road to the Orion Cinema and into the shopping area of Church Road and Church Walk. At the end of Mill Road leads to the top section of Church Road and Station Road where there is a good choice of restaurants and bars. Excitingly, Burgess Hill has 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 that will transform the town and its facilities. Importantly for commuters, you can be on the platform at Burgess Hill station within moments where trains take you direct to London Bridge and London Victoria in under an hour. Brighton is 3 stops and 20 minutes to the south.