Guide Price: £775,000 – £800,000. A simply stunning character home with idyllic countryside views, ideally located in the heart of the sought after village of Turners Hill.
We love this beautifully presented family home which is ideally located in the heart of the sought after village of Turners Hill. This spacious property will appeal to buyers searching for a property which is ‘ready to move straight into’ within a short walk of local amenities including the popular Primary School.
The front door opens into an entrance hallway with space to hang coats and store shoes. An open fireplace provides the perfect focal point for the double aspect sitting room which has bi-folding doors opening to the rear patio. The kitchen/dining room is certainly the hub of this family home providing a fantastic area to entertain family and friends. It has been recently fitted with a range of bespoke units, granite work surfaces providing plenty of work surface preparation space, a breakfast bar, and a selection of built-in appliances including a wine cooler. There is room for a large table and chairs in the dining area which also boasts a wood burning stove. The kitchen is complimented by a utility room which has further storage and an integrated washing machine and tumble dryer. A cloakroom completes the ground floor.
The master bedroom suite is certainly the highlight of the first floor. The spacious double aspect bedroom benefits from idyllic views to the rear, an ensuite shower room and a fully fitted dressing room. There is also a double bedroom and beautifully fitted bathroom on this floor. On the second floor there is a feature landing with a window seat providing the prefect place to sit and enjoy the views to the rear. There are three good sized double bedrooms, all with built-in storage and a shower room.
Outside, to the front there is a driveway providing plenty of parking. The secluded rear garden comprises large patio seating terrace giving over to astro turf.
LOCATION The historic and pretty village of Turners Hill boasts two public houses, an award winning restaurant, an excellent ofsted rated Primary School, a community centre and a large recreational ground. In the older part of the village there are buildings dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries, some of which have been listed by the department of the environment. The village is convenient for access to other nearby villages including West Hoathly, Sharpthorne and Crawley Down. Nearby towns include Crawley and the market town of East Grinstead. Gatwick Airport and the motorway network are easily accessible and local train stations can be found at Three Bridges, Crawley and East Grinstead, all providing direct access into central London.