The front door leads to an enclosed porch with door to the entrance hall. There is a turning staircase to the first floor with a downstairs cloakroom. To the rear is the lounge with a working fireplace and a picture window overlooking the rear garden. Adjacent to this room is the dining/family room with french doors leading on to a good sized, double glazed conservatory which in turn leads onto the neatly maintained rear garden. The kitchen is positioned at the front of the property, with an extensive range of high and low-level gloss units, a good sized larder and space for appliances. There is a separate door leading to the side access. Upstairs has been tastefully refurbished and you will find four bedrooms, two to the front and two to the rear, each being double size. The master, with walk-in wardrobe space, also has a fully tiled en-suite with attractive tiled shower unit. There is a family bathroom comprising white bath suite and a separate walk-in shower cubicle and a velux window to the rear. The home has a separate garage which is accessed by a personal door to the rear and double doors from the front.
The location is one of considerable convenience for commuters as Hassocks railway station is within a short walk, at 0.5 miles, as are the Hassocks infant school and the outstanding Downlands community school.
Recreational pursuits are also close at hand, by way of the Hassocks Golf Club & The Weald Lawn Tennis Club. The market town of Burgess Hill is found two miles to the north and to the south the cosmopolitan arts, business and entertainment centre that is Brighton, at just eight miles away.
Being within a short driving distance of the A23 at Albourne, providing access to the M23/Gatwick Airport, the M25 and in turn to the complete motorway network.
The mainline railway station is within immediate walking distance with regular services to London (Victoria circa 57 minutes) and the coast (Brighton 11 minutes service).