Newly renovated and very well presented detached period house
Excellent kitchen, dining & family room, perfect for family life
Modern shaker-style kitchen with oak worktops and Bosch appliances
4 bedrooms, two with en suite shower rooms
South-facing garden, terrace, block paved driveway and garage
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Extended, refurbished and well-presented 4 bedroom period house in the centre of this popular village.
29 High Street is situated in a Conservation Area in the middle of the popular village of Newick, well-known for its pretty village green and thriving community, providing a number of facilities and amenities including a shop, newsagent with Post Office, pharmacy, butcher, bakery, three public houses, Indian restaurant and a health centre.
The nearby towns of Uckfield, Haywards Heath and Lewes all offer an extensive range of shops and further facilities. Rail Services: Haywards Heath (London Bridge/Victoria from 42 minutes), about 7 miles.
Schools: There is a wide range of schools and colleges to choose from in the nearby villages and towns, both state and private, including Newick primary school, Chailey Secondary School, Cumnor House, Great Walstead, Burgess Hill Girls and Lewes Grammar.
All times and distances are approximate.
Believed to date from the early 1900s, 29 High Street (also known as 'West Cottage') is a recently extended and refurbished home in the heart of the popular village of Newick. Features of note include replacement double glazing (with acoustic glass in the north facing windows), under floor heating throughout the ground floor, a mix of porcelain tiles and carpet to the floors, stylish white bathroom suites and an attractive newly-fitted shaker-style kitchen.
The entrance hall has been extended to create a welcoming space, off which lies a cloakroom and coats cupboard; the sitting room lies to the front of the house and has a feature brick fireplace. The open plan kitchen, dining and family room is of particular note: An excellent room forming the hub of the home, with ample space for a table and chairs and further seating, and with bi-fold doors opening to the terrace. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of modern shaker-style units with oak worktops, Belling range cooker and Bosch integrated appliances. Lying off the kitchen is a small study.
There are four bedrooms on the first floor, two benefitting from en suite shower rooms. The other two bedrooms are served by a family bathroom; all the bathrooms have remote-controlled Aqualisa showers.
29 High Street is approached via a block-paved driveway, which in turn leads to a detached single garage with electronically operated door. There is gated access to the garden which lies predominantly to the south of the house, comprising an Indian sandstone terrace and raised area of lawn with small timber shed.
Square Footage: 1639 sq ft
From Haywards Heath proceed east on the A272 into Newick. 29 High Street can be found on the right hand side, just beyond the village hall. Turn into the hall's car park and the driveway to the property can be found immediately on the left.
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