An attractive 3 bedroom semi-detached house extended to provide an open plan lounge/diner. Garage and driveway providing off-road parking for one car and, if required, the drive could be widened subject to consent. Quiet cul-de-sac with pedestrian access to The Worth Way with its lake and woodland. Situated in the popular village of Crawley Down. No onward chain.
As you approach the house there is a flower bed with shrubs and spring bulbs together with an area of lawn, the drive and a pathway to the front door. Entering the property, the cloakroom is immediately to the right, kitchen to the left, utility room to the right, stairs beyond and to the right and lounge/diner ahead. There is attractive laminate flooring throughout and white panelled interior doors. The cloakroom has a contemporary white WC and wash hand basin with attractive contrasting dark floor tiles. The kitchen has a hinged work surface which creates a useful breakfast bar for informal eating. There is a good range of wood effect wall and base units with contrasting dark work surfaces. The sink is below the window overlooking the front garden. Integrated items include a double oven with 4 ring gas hob with cooker hood above. There is space and plumbing presently used for a washing machine and a condensing drier with the wall mounted boiler also located in the kitchen. The utility room is a good size space and has terracotta floor tiles and access to the garage and a side door to the path leading to the rear garden. It is an ideal space for additional appliances and the current owner has a large fridge/freezer here. There is a feature half glazed interior door to the open plan lounge/diner with the lounge area running across the full width of the property and now extended to create an L-shaped room. In the lounge area there is access to the under stairs cupboard which provides useful storage and there is a decorative fire surround giving a focal point in the room and the television is currently installed above this. Having extended the property the open plan L-shaped lounge/diner is a spacious area in which to relax and socialise in together with large patio doors opening onto the terrace outside ensuring that the garden can be enjoyed as well. The dining area is suitable for formal dining with windows to the side and to the rear overlooking the garden. According to needs, this could work equally well as a playroom or family room or study.
Moving upstairs, there is a large window to the side of the house on the half landing. The airing cupboard is on the main landing and there is access to the loft which has a loft ladder and is insulated. The master bedroom is a particularly spacious double with triple windows overlooking the rear garden. It has two double wardrobes with frosted outer doors and the central section has mirrored double doors and provides hanging space, drawers and shelving. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both double rooms with bedroom 2 to the rear of the house and, again, with triple windows overlooking the rear garden. Bedroom 3 is to the front of the house, this time with Georgian paned windows in keeping with others at the front and has an inset area suitable for creating a double wardrobe. The bathroom has recently been re-furbished with dark floor tiles, half height wall tiles which have a striking red border and full height tiling in the shower area. There is a large, deep white bath, white WC and wash hand basin with a vanity unit across one wall comprising numerous drawers and cupboards. There is a separate shower with curved shower screen, a white ladder style radiator and a frosted window to the front of the house.
At the front there is a flower bed with shrubs and spring bulbs and an area of lawn together with the drive leading to the garage and path to the front door. There is off-road parking for one car and the drive could be widene... Read more
|An attractive extended 3 double bedroom semi-detached house
||Garage and driveway providing off-road parking for one car and the drive could be widened, if required, subject to consent
|Open plan lounge/diner
||Kitchen with hinged breakfast bar and utility room
|Recently refurbished bathroom
||Georgian windows to the front and large windows to the rear
|White panelled doors and laminate flooring
||Quiet cul-de-sac in the popular village of Crawley Down with pedestrian access to The Worth Way with its lake and woodland
|No onward chain
||Council Tax Band ‘D’ and EPC ‘D’