A fantastic three bedroom period family home situated on one of Lingfield’s most sought after roads within easy walking distance of both the village centre and mainline railway station. No onward chain.
We love this spacious period family home ideally located on one of Lingfield’s most sought after roads. It will appeal to families searching for a character property situated with easy walking distance of all of the village amenities and transport links. The double aspect kitchen/dining/family room is the focal point of the ground floor and provides a fantastic space to entertain family and friends. It is fitted with a range of storage cupboards, plenty of work surface preparation space, a butler sink, and a selection of integrated appliances including a dishwasher and wine cooler. There is a wood burning stove and plenty of space for furniture. A utility room opens into the recently refitted family bathroom which benefits from a roll top bath. The bay fronted sitting room boasts a feature fireplace and views of the front garden. A conservatory with doors opening to the rear garden completes the ground floor. On the first floor, the master bedroom benefits from built-in wardrobes and an ensuite shower room. There are two further generous double bedrooms.
Outside, the westerly facing rear garden comprises patio seating terrace giving over to an expanse of lawn with a wooden shed positioned at the rear.
We understand that the property tenure is freehold and that the council tax band is D.
LOCATION The picturesque village of Lingfield lies in south Surrey, with its neighbouring counties of Kent and Sussex. It’s best known for its infamous racecourse however, the historic village dates back to Saxon times and boasts many magnificent, listed buildings dating back to Tudor and Georgian era’s. From the Church of St Peter and St Paul dating back to the 14th Century, to many of the high street shops, the ‘village cage’ and pond. Lingfield’s busy high street has plenty of local amenities, big popular chains and boutique shops. You are never short of a hairdresser or barber, Coughlans Bakery is a must for fresh artisan baked goods and two local pubs – The Star and The Greyhound. If you love to eat out, the village has a generous choice of cafes and restaurants. Chef’s Cuisine is an authentic Turkish restaurant providing an extensive food and drinks menu. Tarana Indian Restaurant is a local favourite from stylish interiors to delicious exotic cuisine using only the freshest ingredients to inspire you with traditional Indian dishes, along with their amazing cocktails, plus they even hold tribute bands and belly dancing from time to time! Lingfield is still a hidden gem, whilst enjoying all the benefits of village life, it is only a 13-minute drive to the larger town of East Grinstead. It’s also spoilt for choice via the surrounding countryside and all it has to offer. From the zoo at the British Wildlife Centre to various beautiful walks. Staffhurst Woods is a 51-hectare nature conservation area and reserve with beautiful ancient woodlands to explore, or there’s Hedgecourt Lake, a mature 43-acre lake with many hiking trails. If you are looking for a quick, efficient journey into London then look no further as Lingfield train station offer direct routes in London Victoria in 49 minutes. Equally, if you need to commute around the M25, it is easily accessible within 16 minutes and Gatwick Airport is 19 minutes away.
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