Guide Price £400,000-£415,000. Tucked away on a quiet residential road, a three bedroom family home with converted garage to create an office/playroom whilst still providing off road parking. South facing garden, double aspect sitting room and potential to extend STPP.
DESCRIPTION This is a superb family home and could be perfect for anyone wanting to jump onto the housing ladder or perhaps looking for somewhere to downsize to. There is plenty that appealed to us, the double aspect sitting/diner allows ample light into the ground floor, with the possibility of creating either a kitchen diner or extending the accommodation at the rear, as others in the road have done. The oak style flooring throughout the ground floor complements the light coming in, whilst providing that warm, cosy feel. The recent conversion of the garage into an office, complete with hard wire internet access is an excellent addition and will no doubt appeal to many. We also think this could make a great playroom if required. On the first floor, bedrooms one and three are located to the front and the elevated views looking north over Haywards Heath are particularly impressive, whilst bedroom two and the bathroom overlook the rear garden. The garden faces south and therefore benefits from plenty of daylight sun, with a patio area for table and chairs and raised areas of lawn. To the front there is off road parking for two cars, as well as unrestricted parking on Pinewood Way.
Pinewood Way is Council Tax Band – D. This property’s tenure is freehold.
LOCATION The location of Pinewood Way for buyers is excellent. Aside from the no through road position, you are less than a mile from the shopping facilities of the town. Likewise, you will also find Ashenground and Bolnore Woods close-by where you can enjoy some pleasant dog walks or let the children explore. Access into the southern side of Victoria Park can be found via Park Road which has tennis courts, an all year round children’s play area with a splash pad open from May until September, a skate park, plenty of open and wooded areas and Tory’s café – a hit with many regulars. A range of bars and restaurants can be found at The Broadway whilst an extensive range of shops are located at The Orchards. Haywards Heath train station provides commuters with a direct service to London Bridge and London Victoria in under an hour, whilst to the south Brighton can be reached within twenty minutes. The countryside is not far from your front door, National Trust facilities are located locally at Wakehurst Place and Nymans Gardens, with Sheffield Park less than 15 minutes by road. Pretty villages surround the town and include Lindfield, Cuckfield, Ardingly and Wivelsfield Green. Brighton can be found 15 miles to the south, whilst a short drive north takes you to Crawley, London Gatwick and the A/M23.
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