Description There are many reasons why we have fallen in love with this home in Sorrel Close and we're certain that buyers will too. Built in 2015 to a high quality specification that you would expect of a David Wilson Home, buyers will have the peace of mind that they will inherit the remaining years of the NHBC warranty. One of the features we love is the green outlook from the front which separates Sorrel Close and the next section of homes and with no road for passing traffic, it is a really quiet setting.
Presented in excellent order, with two large bedrooms, this is the perfect home to simply move straight into. The front door takes you into the spacious entrance hall, where the wood effect flooring which continues into the kitchen sets the tone for the style and finish. The kitchen provides ample prep space as well as integrated appliances which include a fitted fridge/freezer, washer dryer, oven and hob. To the rear, we love the fact that the sitting room has French doors which take you out to the garden. This room spans the width of the house and has space for a dining table and sofas.
On the first floor, the accommodation and layout is just as impressive. Both bedrooms are a really good size and have the benefit of a view over the green to the front and and the garden to the rear. The first floor accommodation is completed by the modern bathroom. We think the rear garden is a good size for a modern home and also benefits from plenty of daylight sun, the raised patio makes the most of the late afternoon sun. A gate leads from the garden to where the garage and allocated parking can be found.
Location Sorrel Close is a quiet no through road forming part of the impressive Heathwood Park Development by Barratt Homes and David Wilson. A key feature is that this section of Sorrel Close can only be accessed by a footpath and therefore negates the requirement for any passing vehicle. Access into the village is provided by Gravelye Lane. Turn left on Gravelyle Lane and then left again into Lyoth Lane and you can find one of our favourite pubs, The Snowdrop which is a firm favourite with many in Mid-Sussex. Elsewhere in the village there are some great places to eat; we also really like the Witch Inn or The Bent Arms. For an evening meal you can't go wrong at the Limes Restaurant or Paolino's Italian. The newly opened Tamasha Curry House is already proving to be a popular hit with local residents. Lindfield Coffee Works, tucked away on Alma Road off the High Street is proving to be a big hit and our go to place for coffee. Lindfield Common is a great spot to 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 Thursday evening at the top of the common, you can't beat the pizza van!
For schools, both highly regarded Blackthorns Primary and Lindfield Primary are within the village, whilst towards Beech Hill in Haywards Heath is Northlands Wood Primary Academy. Blackthorns is rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and Lindfield and Northlands Wood are rated as Good. There are great places to get out and explore from Lindfield, National Trust facilities are located locally at Wakehurst Place and Nymans Gardens, with Sheffield Park less than 15 minutes by road. A short drive takes you to Haywards Heath mainline station where trains to London Bridge and London Victoria are from 47 minutes. Brighton to the south, can be reached in 20 minutes. Brighton can be found 15 miles to the south, whilst a short drive north takes you to Crawley, London Gatwick and the A/M23.
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