3 Bed Semi-Detached House For Sale
Poynings Road, Poynings, BN45
In Excess of £800,000 (Freehold)
- Open plan ground floor
- Contemporary kitchen
- UPVC double glazed conservatory
- White bathroom suite with Japanese style jacuzzi bath
- Three first floor bedrooms
- 0.25 Acre plot - gated with private parking
- Oil fired central heating and mains drainage
- Refurbished throughout in 2017
- Brick outbuilding/store & garden office with super fast fibre broadband
- EPC: F Council Tax: E
A fabulous three bedroom semi-detached flint cottage built in the 1860's occupying a 0.25 acre plot, adjoining Poynings Village Cricket Green at the foot of the South Downs and within the National Park.
Outside Light & Front door
Hall - stairs to first floor, understairs cupboard, wooden floor, door to bathroom then door to:
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Living Room
Living Area - Open fireplace, tiled hearth, wood floor, window to front with views.
Kitchen/Dining Room - High gloss, apollo Silestone tops and returns, integrated microwave, washer dryer, space for dishwasher, AEG hood, stainless steel sink unit , Travertine stone floor with underfloor heating, windows and double doors to outside, double doors to:
Conservatory - part brick & UPVC with polycarbonate roof, tiled floor and doors to rear garden
Bath/WC - ‘Pegasus’ jacuzzi bath & shower with wash basin, polished marble floor and underfloor heating. Opaque window.
Stairs to first floor landing with doors to all rooms
Bedroom One: Carpet, windows to front with beautiful views
Bedroom Two: Carpet, windows to front, airing cupboard & wall shelves
Bedroom Three: Carpet, window to side
Outside: Brick paved parking for numerous cars.
Patios with lawn, fruit trees & substantial Koi pond and Boulter oil boiler.
Garden has a substantial brick store, shed & considerable garden office with super fast broadband
Enjoying an attractive location with a particularly rural feel adjoining the village cricket ground. Henfield, Hurstpierpoint and Hassocks (with National Rail Station) are within 5 miles offering a range of shops, the city of Brighton & Hove has comprehensive facilities and rail services to London and there is a road access to the A23 with links to the motorway network and Gatwick.
Directions: From our office head west on Keymer Road to Stonepound Crossroads. At the crossroads turn left and follow the road to Pyecombe and onto the northbound carriageway of the A23. At the first junction branch left just before the Tates petrol station and at the roundabout follow the signpost to Poynings. At the next roundabout proceed straight over and follow the lane towards Poynings village, the track signposted to Poynings Cricket Club is opposite the junction for Mill Lane (opposite Silver Stained Glass).
Council Tax Band: E
- Hassocks - 3.27miles
- Preston Park - 4.20miles
- Portslade - 4.25miles
- Aldrington - 4.32miles
- Fishersgate - 4.38miles