WESTERN ROAD, HURSTPIERPOINT, BN6 9TA
Asking Price: £400,000
- Character Terrace
- Popular Location
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Offered In Great Decorative Order
- Open Plan Layout
- Utility Room
- West Facing Rear Garden
- Off Street Parking
- Planning Permission For Loft Conversion
Accessed via a small entrance hall from the front of the property, the lounge features a wood burning stove and restored oak wood flooring that flows through to the kitchen area, providing a great social, entertaining space, whilst appliances are neatly stored out of sight in the useful adjoining utility room which also houses a downstairs WC.
This home is impeccably decorated throughout with thoughtful design features in keeping with the character of the property and the stunning kitchen is no exception, being fitted with traditional wall and base units and a butler sink. From the kitchen, and opening onto the rear garden, is a generous sized bright reception room that is ideal as a home office, or simply as another great space to sit and enjoy the fantastic surroundings.
The character feel and superb presentation continues on the first floor which offers two good sized double bedrooms, one features fitted wardrobes and the larger of the two enjoying a pretty outlook over the rear garden. There is also a modern bathroom consisting of a white suite with shower over bath.
The well tended west facing rear garden is low maintenance, with a paved patio space, lawned area with mature well stocked borders and a wooden shed at the far end offering plenty of storage.
The front of the property benefits from off street parking.
Ready to move into with no work required and even has planning permission for a loft conversion, approved at the beginning of 2019. Viewings of this home are very highly recommended.
Conveniently located within a short distance of local schools and the vibrant Hurstpierpoint High Street 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. The M25 orbital motorway can be accessed via the A23, linking to other motorway networks, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the coast.