4 Bed Semi-Detached House For Sale
Brighton Road, Warninglid, RH17
Guide Price £750,000 (Freehold)
- 3/4-bedroom semi-detached character house (1,722 sq.ft.). Generous room sizes & period features.
- Sitting room with Inglenook/woodburning stove & French doors.
- Separate dining/family room with French doors.
- Country-style kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances.
- Inner hall with utility cupboard & further storage cupboard.
- Ground floor bedroom 4/living room with adjacent cloak/shower room.
- Oil-fired central heating. Leaded-light double-glazed windows.
- Private driveway parking for several vehicles. Landscaped rear garden of approx. 200’.
- Easy road access to A/M23.
- EPC: D. Council Tax Band: F.
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This delightful 3/4 bedroom, extended, semi-detached character family home (1,722 sq.ft.), is conveniently situated in a no-through road and been subject to sympathetic extension and refurbishment over the years to provide highly versatile accommodation over two floors, including a ground floor bedroom/living room with adjacent shower/cloakroom, ideal for guests or for those requiring restricted mobility accommodation.
This attractive property briefly comprises: spacious ENTRANCE HALL with fitted cupboards, a well-appointed, double aspect, KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM located to the front and fitted with a comprehensive range of matching units with contrasting wood-effect work surfaces inset with a 1½ bowl white ceramic sink and tiled splashbacks. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, wine cooler, electric oven and a 4-ring induction hob with extractor hood over. Additionally, a central island has a double cupboard and drawers as well as providing high seating for 4. From here, a door leads into an INNER HALLWAY where a large UTILITY CUPBOARD provides space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, along with a separate larder/storage cupboard. Adjacent is a ground floor SHOWER/CLOAKROOM with wash-hand basin and WC. To the far end of the inner hall with views to the front, is a double aspect LIVING ROOM/GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM with vaulted ceiling and built-in cupboard, ideal for guests/ ‘annexe’ accommodation. An impressive SITTING ROOM, situated to the rear, features a large Inglenook fireplace inset with woodburning stove and leaded-light windows, along with French doors opening to the patio and rear garden beyond. A separate DINING/FAMILY ROOM sits alongside, once again, featuring leaded-light French doors opening onto the rear patio.
From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the FIRST FLOOR LANDING where plenty of light floods in through a Dormer window to the front with ample space for a desk/study area. A further, slightly raised landing leads to the MASTER BEDROOM with wardrobe cupboards spanning its depth and a large window enjoying delightful views over the rear garden. BEDROOM 3, also positioned off this landing is situated to the front with the FAMILY BATH/SHOWER ROOM sitting alongside and equipped with a white Victorian-style suite to include a bath, pedestal wash-hand basin, WC and separate corner shower enclosure. There is also a ceiling hatch with access to loft. BEDROOM 2, positioned off the main landing is a further double with fitted wardrobe cupboard and views over the rear garden.
Benefits include: exposed ceiling timbers, leaded-light double-glazed windows; Inglenook fireplace, oil-fired central heating, ground floor ‘annexe’ accommodation, private off-road parking to the front and a large, landscaped 200ft (approx.) rear garden.
The property is approached via a 5-bar timber gate with additional pedestrian access onto a large shingled PRIVATE DRIVEWAY providing parking for several vehicles with a handy EXTERNAL STORE CUPBOARD. To the rear, is an impressive, non-overlooked, enclosed REAR GARDEN being a particular feature of the property and measuring approximately 200ft IN LENGTH. The garden enjoys a sunny easterly aspect and offers a high degree of privacy and seclusion. A sizeable PATIO TERRACE adjoins and spans the rear of the house with steps leading up to a large expanse of central lawn with mature plant borders and beds. To the rear is a large TIMBER GARDEN SHED/WORKSHOP with power and light, ideal as a workshop or home office and a further smaller timber shed.
'The Laurels' occupies a set-back position on Brighton Road which, in turn, is situated just to the east of the A/M23 and approximately 1 mile to the east of Warninglid village where there is the well-acclaimed 'Half Moon' pub/restaurant, village hall and recreation ground. The village is surrounded by some of the area's finest rolling countryside interspersed with footpaths and bridleways.
Children from Warninglid fall into the catchment area for Warden Park Secondary Academy in nearby Cuckfield for which a school bus runs through the village, in addition to a regular bus service linking with the neighbouring districts and villages.
By road, access to the major surrounding areas, Gatwick Airport and London can be gained via the A/M23 which lies approximately 1 mile to the east of the village. The nearby villages of Cuckfield and Handcross both provide a range of shops and stores for basic daily needs and the towns of Haywards Heath, Horsham and Crawley (all within a comfortable 15-minute drive) all offer a more extensive range of shopping facilities as well as mainline railway stations providing fast and regular services to London.
Staplefield Primary (2.1 miles).
Handcross Primary (3.6 miles).
Handcross Park (3.8 miles).
Balcombe Primary (6 miles).
Warden Park Secondary Academy in Cuckfield (3.5 miles).
Balcombe [38 minutes direct to London Bridge] (5.6 miles).
Haywards Heath mainline railway station (5.2 miles).
Council Tax Band: F
- Balcombe - 3.74miles
- Haywards Heath - 3.99miles
- Wivelsfield - 4.81miles
- Burgess Hill - 5.21miles
- Faygate - 6.27miles