HASSOCKS ROAD, HURSTPIERPOINT, BN6 9QH
Asking Price: £885,000
- Detached Three Bedroom Period Home
- Two Reception Rooms
- Stunning Kitchen
- Driveway With Off Street Parking
- Rear Garden
- Convenient Central, Yet Private Village Location
This converted detached Regency home has plenty of kerb appeal. Approached via a gravelled driveway it also offers the convenience of off street parking to the front of the property and a mainly laid to lawn rear garden. Having been well maintained and updated over the years this stunning home showcases period features including sash windows and fireplaces, which have been thoughtfully complemented by modern touches.
Upon entry a spacious hallway leads through to the ground floor accommodation which provides two reception rooms, being an adjacent dining room and sitting room, having an open plan feel with double doors giving the opportunity to close off each room into separate spaces. The impressive generously proportioned kitchen with vaulted ceiling is located to the rear of the property, with the adjoining conservatory perfectly positioned to make the most of the pretty rear garden. A useful downstairs cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
The high standard of decoration continues on the first floor which is comprised of three bedrooms, two doubles, a single and a modern family bathroom complete with modern suite including walk in shower and separate bath.
To the outside, the property enjoys a fantastic tree lined private position, being set well back from the road and benefitting from a low maintenance walled rear garden, mainly laid to lawn with two seating areas and bordered by mature planting.
Ideally located to close to high street amenities in the popular historic village of Hurstpierpoint which has a broad range of shops, restaurants, public houses, the well regarded St Lawrence Church of England primary school 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.
Council Tax Band E