A 1920s build 5 bedroom detached property which has been sympathetically extended to provide spacious family accommodation. The downstairs bedroom and stylish en-suite make it ideal for someone elderly or a teenager looking for independence. The property has a high specification kitchen with Corian work surfaces and Neff appliances. There are three fireplaces, of which two are open fires, together with oak flooring in the dining room and kitchen. Throughout the house there are attractive Georgian paned windows and white painted doors. There is a family bathroom and two en-suite shower rooms with the potential to create a third en-suite shower room if required. The house is on a secluded plot with off-road parking for three cars and is in an attractive location in Crawley Down. The property is offered to the market with no onward chain.
The property is shielded by high hedges ensuring it is a secluded plot and, approaching the property, there is a pathway to the front door and hard standing providing off-road parking for three cars. Entering the house, there is a brick archway and a covered outside porch area with quarry tiles on the door step. There is a white painted front door with a bull’s eye window and half glazed windows on either side.
Stepping inside the sitting room is to the right, stairs immediately ahead and dining room with kitchen beyond to one side and immediately left leads into the downstairs bedroom and en-suite shower room.
The sitting room is a good size running from the front to the rear of the property and with a fireplace which is an open fire with a granite hearth, granite surround and white mantelpiece. It is a bright and airy room with a feature bay window to the front of the house and double Georgian doors at the rear opening onto the terrace outside.
The dining room is a spacious room with ample space for a dining room table and chairs. There is oak flooring here which continues through to the kitchen. It also has an open fire with dark ceramic tiles and a white surround and there is a high window to the side of the house.
From the dining room and to the left is the downstairs bedroom which has a stylish en-suite shower room. It is well-proportioned and is a spacious double with a built-in double wardrobe and a large window to the side. The stylish en-suite shower room has Karndean flooring, a white ladder style radiator, recessed ceiling spotlights and an extractor fan. There is a contemporary white WC with vanity unit behind and wall cupboard above together with a contemporary white wash hand basin with a mirror fronted bathroom cabinet above. There is a shower in a separate enclosure with full height white tiling.
The kitchen is superbly fitted whilst retaining the character of a 1920s build with a white painted chimney breast as a feature in the room and oak flooring. There is a gas fire in the fire place which is in a wood burner style and there is a black tiled hearth and white surround. It is a good size room with space for a kitchen table and chairs for informal eating and socialising. It is a high specification kitchen with Corian work surfaces, Neff appliances and numerous wall and base units. There are double doors opening onto the rear terrace and along the right- hand wall there is a range of mixed size, full height cupboards including a larder cupboard, an integrated Miele fridge/freezer together with space and plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble drier.
The work surfaces are Corian in a sandstone colour which complements the white high gloss cupboards. The layout of the kitchen has been carefully planned to be ergonomically efficient. The one and a half bowl sink is beneath a large window overlooking the rear garden with work surfaces on each side and continuing along the third wall on either side of the appliances. There is a good range of both c... Read more