4 Bed Detached House Sold STC
The Holt, Burgess Hill, RH15
- Entrance Hall & Cloakroom/WC
- Lounge/Dining Room
- Ground Floor Bedroom 4/Playroom & Shower Room/WC
- 3 Bedrooms & Family Bathroom
- South Facing Rear Garden
- Private Driveway & Garage
A 3/4 bedroom detached house with a large south facing rear garden, occupying an enviable corner plot, having been SUBSTANTIALLY EXTENDED ON THE GROUND FLOOR WITH THE ABILITY TO CREATE A SELF CONTAINED DOWNSTAIRS ANNEXE.
The property is situated at the end of this small close, siding and backing onto open ground with a pleasant stream beyond and public bridleways that lead to open fields and to the town centre. There is a useful Co-op store at the nearby Kings Weald Estate. The highly regarded Birchwood Grove Primary School is in the catchment area and the mainline railway station is 0.6 mile away via Silverdale Road.
The accommodation includes an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and a cloakroom/wc leading off it. The dual aspect lounge/dining room runs the length of the house with double glazed sliding doors opening to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cupboards, integrated cooking appliances and an integrated dishwasher.
From the kitchen an archway opens to the utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and a door to the garden. The study overlooks the rear garden with a door to the garage (reduced in length). From an inner hallway there is a downstairs shower room/wc and a downstairs bedroom 4/ playroom (VIA THE DOOR INTO THE UTILITY ROOM A SELF CONTAINED ANNEXE COULD BE CREATED).
On the first floor there are 2 double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom.
Outside a private driveway and hardstanding provide ample parking, leading to the garage (reduced in size). There is wide access to the south facing 64’ x 44’ rear garden. A good size patio provides ample seating or entertaining space leading to the remainder which is laid to lawn. Summerhouse with electric. Timber bar, walnut tree, outside tap. The garden sides and backs onto open ground/woodland.
Benefits include gas fired central heating (the Vaillant combination boiler is located in the kitchen) and uPVC framed double glazed windows.
Burgess Hill is surrounded by picturesque countryside and historic landmarks; offering plenty of local amenities; with great connections via road, rail and air. The town centre offers a variety of shops, cafés and restaurants; there is a local cinema, playgrounds and parkland, sporting facilities including the popular Triangle Leisure Centre and clubs for anything from bowls to yoga. For families looking to move, Burgess Hill is an ideal choice with good schools, plenty of outside space and activities to keep families of all ages entertained.
There is so much within easy reach, from the city of Brighton, to historical Lewes, to the far reaching South Downs. Easy access to London and Brighton ensures family days out are popular and commuters are well catered for. There are frequent trains from Wivelsfield and Burgess Hill to London Gatwick, London Victoria, London Bridge, London St Pancras International and Brighton and it is just a short drive to access the A23 at Hickstead, from which it is a short drive to Brighton or north to Pease Pottage to pick up the M23 for the M25.
Council Tax Band: E
- Burgess Hill - 0.51miles
- Wivelsfield - 0.92miles
- Hassocks - 2.24miles
- Plumpton - 2.90miles
- Haywards Heath - 3.80miles