Beautifully combining charm and character with a modern touch, a delightful refurbished two bedroom cottage with rear garden, car port space and no onward chain. Perfect for anyone wanting to buy somewhere with no updating required.
DESCRIPTION This is an excellent cottage, full of charm and character and presented in excellent order with no onward chain. There is plenty for a buyer to get excited about, we particularly like that fact it is a short walk into the High Street, yet with a semi-rural feel. The cottage has been refurbished, to include a new kitchen and bathroom, rewiring and a new boiler system. An entrance porch provides access into the sitting room, complete with fireplace and a further door takes you through to the remodelled kitchen. New work tops, integrated appliances and a modern finish that combine well with the character. Another feature we like is the area between the kitchen and the bathroom. There is recessed area for a washing machine which perfectly frees up more space in the kitchen and a stable style door that takes you out to the garden. The newly fitted bathroom is in keeping with the modern touch throughout. On the first floor there are two bedrooms, the master is located to the front and has a feature exposed brick chimney stack, whilst bedroom two is to the rear and has storage over the stairs. The rear garden is a really good size and benefits from plenty of daylight sun. Re-turfed and easy to maintain, there are fenced boarders and a car port at the rear for parking. Permission was granted in 2017 to extend into the loft to create a further bedroom and also to extend on the ground floor to the rear to enhance the entertaining space. Full information is available on the Mid Sussex website under the reference DM/17/1137
LOCATION Located along Scaynes Hill Road, access into the hub of the village is via Lewes Road, pass the common and into the High Street. Here, you will find a bustling and thriving community with a wide range of independent shops to choose from. There are also plenty of great places to eat in Lindfield; we recommend either the Witch Inn or The Snowdrop if you are looking for that perfect pub lunch. For an evening meal you can’t go wrong at the Limes Restaurant, Paolino’s Italian or Tamasha curry house. At the Common you can 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 Friday evening at the top of the common, you can’t beat the Fish & Chip van! Haywards Heath train station is less than 4 miles from the cottage where trains to London Bridge and London Victoria can be reached in under an hour. For those that need schools, Lindfield Primary Academy is the closest state school, whilst Great Walstead private school is just over half a mile away.