This spacious three bedroom home, with established south-facing garden, located in a quiet, sought after location on the eastern side of Hurstpierpoint, offers versatile accommodation with scope for improvement and possible extension (subject to the necessary consent).
The entrance hall gives way to a through lounge and dining room which extends across the rear of the property with windows and patio doors overlooking a secluded rear garden with a good sized lawn and established flower and shrub borders. To the front of the property, the generous double bedroom with fitted wardrobes could also be used as a lovely reception room. The two double bedrooms upstairs both have fitted wardrobes and the rear bedroom enjoys views to the South Downs. There is a family bathroom downstairs and WC upstairs. The boarded eaves provide ample storage and potential for development into a 4th bedroom. All windows and external doors are uPVC double-glazed. The property is approached by a drive-way providing off street parking and access to the garage. This home has been well cared for having been owned by one family since it was built in 1958.
Situated close to the centre of Hurstpierpoint village which has a broad range of shops including a bakery, butchers, greengrocers and chemist, there is an eclectic and vibrant mix of restaurants, public houses, the St Lawrence Church of England primary school (Ofsted rated outstanding) and village church. Mainline Rail Services are immediately to hand in nearby Hassocks and found at Burgess Hill or Haywards Heath. There are many highly regarded schools in the area, both state and private, including Hurstpierpoint College, Burgess Hill School for Girls, Brighton College, Roedean and Ardingly. The M25 orbital motorway can be accessed via the A23, linking to other motorway networks, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the coast.Reference: 233875