Description This is an excellent family home, deceptively spacious and with an abundance of charm and character that you would expect from a house of this age. There is plenty for a buyer to get excited about, we particularly like the large corner plot which not only allows plenty of light in throughout, but also provides ample space in the garden. Internally, the layout flows throughout and there is excellent entertaining space. The sitting room is quite impressive – originally two rooms, it is now 25 x 14 and enjoys a triple aspect, to the front, rear and side. Should a buyer want to revert to separate rooms again there are two doors into the room ensuring that this is quite a simple task. Steps then lead you to the kitchen/diner. A two storey extension has enhanced this room and the first floor, with a double aspect kitchen that overlooks the large rear garden. There is ample prep space on the wood work surfaces, space for appliances as well as a range style cooker which sits nicely within the chimney stack. The tumble dryer and washing machine can be tucked away under the stairs and there is the possibility to make further use of the cellar and enhance the use of the split level ground floor area.
The first floor is split by a mezzanine level, the rear extension now provides a superb double aspect master bedroom. The exposed beams and vaulted ceiling adds to the impressiveness of this room, whilst there is also a range of built in wardrobes. There is also a door which leads to an en-suite. Bedrooms two and three are located to the front, whilst bedroom four and the family bathroom are located at the rear. The gardens are a real feature of this home and provide plenty of possibility for further use. An entrance on Cob Lane to the side of the house provide ample off road parking, whilst from the kitchen door there is a slate laid patio area. A large area of lawn leads you to the second section of the garden. This area provides excellent storage and potential commercial use. Three large timber storage sheds could suit someone who might want to work or run a business from home, whilst additionally, our client has spoken to msdc who have approved a pre-application enquiry to create a two bedroom log cabin with its own parking which could appeal to those seeking an income via Airbnb. Access into the second section is via fenced gates from Cob Lane, meaning you could section off the lower area of the garden without impacting the house of the first area of the garden.
Location The cottage is located just north of the High Street which is the hub of this popular village. For those that enjoy the outdoors, there are plenty of public footpaths on your doorstep to explore and make the most of. Stroll down the road and pop into The Fellows – our favourite bakers, where the apple and cinnamon croissants are out of this world. One of our go to pubs in the area is The Gardeners Arms – the food is excellent (we highly recommend their H&W Burger!) Further up the road is Wakehurst Place which is part of the National Trust. There is St. Peter's C of E primary school within the village and also Ardingly College, one of the very best independent schools in the South East. A short drive takes you into the beautiful village of Lindfield which provides a more comprehensive range of village facilities. Haywards Heath station with its commuter service to London Victoria and London Bridge in under an hour is just over three miles to the south.
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