A fantastic two double bedroom period home in need of total modernisation, ideally positioned in the popular village of Dormansland. No onward chain
We love the potential on offer within this period home which is ideally located within easy walking distance of the village centre and mainline railway station.
The front door opens into a hallway with stairs leading to the first floor. The sitting room measures over 13 feet in width and offers plenty of space for furniture. The dining room is also a good size and benefits from a large under stair storage cupboard. A sliding door then leads into the kitchen with a rear aspect looking out onto the garden and fields beyond. A shower room completes the ground floor.
On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms. The master bedroom is located at the front with a large window and storage over the stairs. The second bedroom is located at the rear of the property and provides stunning far reaching views across fields.
Outside to the front is a driveway providing with off road parking for one vehicle. The rear garden is westerly facing so naturally benefits from plenty of afternoon/evening sun. It is a real feature as it offers beautiful far reaching views over fields.
LOCATION The property is located within a short walk of Dormansland mainline railway station which offers frequent services into London Bridge and Victoria.The nearby M25 is accessed at Godstone Junction 6, offering easy access to London, Brighton and Gatwick airports. There are three popular public houses and a highly regarded village primary school.
The larger village of Lingfield can be located just over a mile away. Here local residents are served by two excellent coffee shops. The more nationally recognised Costa Coffee and the smaller, independent Rosies is popular with local families with young children. There are three award winning curry houses and an excellent Thai restaurant. Coughlans bakery is a recent addition to the village but is already a firm favourite with us! A Co-op offers the opportunity to carry out a larger shop. The market town of East Grinstead is only 4 miles away and offers more extensive shopping facilities. The village is served by two public houses with the Star offering a fantastic garden and excellent menu. Despite only opening a couple of years ago Wee Ones Nursery has a growing reputation and the village school is popular. Lingfield College is a highly regarded co-educational independent school,
Lingfield boasts an all weather racecourse and National Trust facilities are located locally at Wakehust Place and Standen House. Hever Castle is also only a short drive away. For those interested in golf and fitness, Chartham Park can be located within a short drive.