5 Bed Detached House For Sale
Hazelwick Mill Lane, Crawley, RH10
Guide Price £800,000 (Freehold)
- Three reception rooms
- Five bedrooms with one en-suite bathroom
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- Built within Tudor times, believed to be during the 1500s
- Council Tax Band ‘G’
- Secluded, south facing attractive rear garden
- Characterful features flowing throughout the house
- Gated driveway for numerous vehicles
- Downstairs shower room
- Grade II listed former Farmhouse
GUIDE PRICE £800,000 - £850,000. A remarkable historic Sussex farmhouse retaining many original features believed to date back to Tudor times is available to the market with NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Hazelwick Grange is an impressive five bedroom detached Grade II listed property, which has been extended over the years to create a spacious family home, positioned in a convenient location with great access to Three Bridges mainline station and easy access to nearby motorway links. The house has exposed timber framing with Cornish cream painted brick to front and tile hung to rear.
Electric gates open onto a substantial, levelled driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles with high level conifer hedging creating plenty of privacy with a single pitched roof garage and gated access to the rear garden from both sides.
Entry to the house via a solid oak front door leads to the hallway with tiled flooring, one of two staircases leading to the first floor, access to a downstairs shower room comprising shower cubicle with rain-head style shower unit, chrome heated towel rail and separate cloakroom with high level WC, wash hand basin and windows to front.
To the far west side of the property are two reception rooms of similar size with the living room boasting an impressive Inglenook fireplace, both being of dual aspect with windows to front and rear and the added benefit of under floor heating beneath a tiled floor.
The third reception room and the current owners’ favourite room is a formal dining room with lovely views across the rear garden via two windows, space for an eight-seater dining table and chairs and finished with an open fireplace with brick surround.
Across to the far east side of the house are the kitchen and utility rooms. The kitchen is fitted with an attractive range of wall and base units incorporating cupboards and drawers with work surfaces over, space for a rangemaster style oven, integrated appliances including fridge/freezer, microwave and coffee machine. The kitchen overlooks the rear with a useful storage/larder cupboard, stable doors giving access to the garden and a second staircase to the first floor. The utility room has further cupboard and worktop space, sink unit with extended hose tap, integrated dishwasher and space for washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer.
Heading upstairs, the first floor landing has three windows to the front and offers access to all five bedrooms, family bathroom and separate cloakroom. Four of the five bedrooms overlook the rear aspect and all five are double rooms with the second room set up as a dressing room with a wall of four fitted double wardrobes. Bedroom three has a built-in single wardrobe and a cupboard housing the Potterton combi-boiler. The principle bedroom overlooks the front aspect and has access to the attic, which is of a generous size and accessed from two points with the added unique period feature of a priest hole. This bedroom also benefits from an en-suite bathroom comprising a bath with wall mounted shower, WC and wash hand basin with storage beneath. Finally, and completing the upstairs is the family bathroom comprising bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin with storage beneath and towel warmer.
Externally and to the rear of the house is a beautiful mature garden with a south facing aspect and sizable expanse of levelled lawn with a high rise hedged boarder to all sides, a variety of trees including two apple trees, discreet bin store area, shed and a cobbled patio abutting foot of the house. To the rear of the garden is a summer house with power and light, currently used as a games room and great for entertaining guests on a summer’s afternoon.
Additional features include leaded windows, original flooring and exposed beams with internal viewings highly recommended.
- Three Bridges - 0.60miles
- Crawley - 1.21miles
- Ifield - 2.16miles
- Gatwick Airport - 2.21miles
- Gatwick South Terminal Shuttle Station - 2.26miles