A striking detached 1930s character home located on a wonderful plot on the outskirts of the popular village of Crawley Down.
The Platt is a fantastic 1930’s family home ideally located within a short walk of Crawley Down village and the Worth Way. We believe this spacious home will appeal to buyers looking for flexible living accommodation in fabulous, south westerly facing gardens. The front door opens into a good sized entrance hallway with plenty of space to hang coats and store shoes, a fireplace with brick surround and a cloakroom to the side. The recently created kitchen/dining/family room is certainly the hub off the home and boasts an AGA cooker, centre island with integrated dishwasher, space for a dining table and chairs and bi-folding doors which open to the rear garden. It is complimented by a utility room to the side which has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a door to the garage. Open fires provide the perfect focal points for the both the double aspect sitting and family rooms. A conservatory completes the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor, the master bedroom boasts views of the garden, an ensuite shower room and a walk-in wardrobe. There are three further good sized, double aspect bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate cloakroom.
Outside, a gated, sweeping gravel driveway provides plenty of parking and turning, and leads to a double garage. The south-westerly facing garden wraps around the property and is mainly laid to lawn with mature borders. Two cellars offer useful storage.
LOCATION The popular village centre boasts a variety of sole traders and convenience stores including the award winning ‘Flanagans’ butchers. There is a doctor’s surgery, pharmacist and the village school is highly regarded. The larger towns of East Grinstead and Crawley provide more comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities.
The M23 motorway is a short drive away providing links to Gatwick Airport within 15 minutes, and then London beyond. Three Bridges mainline railway station is approximately 10 minutes away by car and offers frequent fast trains into London Bridge and Victoria.
There are excellent schooling facilities in the area, including Worth School, Copthorne Preparatory School and Ardingly College, plus numerous local sporting facilities including prime golf courses and Lingfield Park racecourse is within 15 minutes drive