Guide Price £325,000 – £335,000. Perfectly located in a quiet setting overlooking farmland to the rear yet within easy walking distance of the town centre, this three bedroom home is ready to move into and is offered to the market with no onward chain.
DESCRIPTION Guide Price £325,000 – £335,000.
Perfectly located in a quiet setting, with the benefit of a garage and off road parking, this three bedroom, two bathroom home is ready to move into and benefits from no onward chain.
An entrance hall with a cloakroom to the side provides enough space to welcome guests and to take off jackets and shoes. The double aspect sitting/dining room offers plenty of space for furniture. The kitchen opens to the rear and boasts ample worktop space, both wall mounted and under counter storage cupboards in addition to under counter space for white goods.
On the first floor, bedrooms one and two are both doubles with the master benefitting from an en-suite and built-in wardrobes. Bedroom three is a single bedroom and a family bathroom completes the accommodation.
Outside, to the front there is a garage with a parking space and a fully enclosed garden comprising lawn with a path leading to the front door. We’re particularly fond of the rear garden which backs onto farmland and consists of a patio seating area giving over to lawn.
LOCATION East Grinstead has been recently rated in the top 10 most desirable market towns to live. Needless to say there is plenty on offer to local residents. The picturesque High Street boasts a number of historic buildings which provide the town with a wealth of character. The are a host of chain and local independent shops. The recently opened London Road Bar and Grill has become an instant hit and the Tapas Restaurant, La Farola, is still a popular meeting point.
The station can be located within a 20 minute walk. The town is located at the end of the line so you will never fail to secure a seat. There are regular services into London Bridge and Victoria. The M23 can be accessed at Copthorne and the M25 at Godstone, both are within a short drive. This means that Gatwick Airport, London and Brighton are all really accessible by car.
There are a number of popular primary and secondary schools and the town also enjoys a variety of excellent entertainment at the Chequer Mead Theatre and Arts Centre. There is a leisure centre and playing fields in the centre of the town which is complimented by Chartham Park which is great for golf and gym enthusiasts.
For those seeking outdoor activities, the town is surrounded by lovely countryside with the glorious Ashdown Forest, and Weirwood Reservoir for sailing enthusiasts. The Bluebell Railway connects through from East Grinstead station with services running to Horsted Keynes and Sheffield Park.