A rarely available substantial four bedroom semi-detached family home built in 1886, situated in this quiet cul-de-sac, yet only 5 minutes walk from Three Bridges station and a short walk to Crawley town centre.
The house which has been upgraded, re designed and extended throughout the years by the current vendors retains many original features including high ceilings, decorative coving and working fireplace. The property also has scope for further enlargement to the rear and also scope for a large conversion (STPP).
Upon entering the property, you are greeted with an ornate entrance porch with tiled pathway, flanked by attractive shrubs and flowerbeds. This opens to a light, airy and spacious hall with staircase leading to gallery landing. To the left is the dining room with ample space to seat 12 people and again to the front a large living room with open fireplace. The kitchen is to the rear of the property with windows and door overlooking the stunning rear garden, the kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units, sink unit, work surfaces, space for Range cooker with cooker hood over. This leads to family room again with door to garden and a utility area which has plumbing and space for washing machine, window rear, wall and base units and scope for conversion into cloakroom.
Stairs lead from entrance hall to first floor landing where there is an airing cupboard, loft access and window to front. There are four large light and airy double bedrooms which has space for king size beds and one with fitted storage cupboards wardrobes with hanging space. The shower room has window to rear with walk-in shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and fully tiled.
Outside there is side access to rear private parking. The rear garden is approx. 80' and has been landscaped to a high standard over the years with attractive and mature shrub and flower beds, interspersed with an ornate footpath leading to a be spoke Summerhouse with light and power. There is also additional brick built shed (which could be converted to an outside study STPP), the whole enclosed part by wooden panel fencing. Read more
|A rarely available and substantial four double bedroom older style semi-detached family home with character and period features
||Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac location
|Spacious entrance hall with staircase leading to gallery landing
||Living room with open fireplace, dining room and family room
|Fitted Kitchen/breakfast room and utility room with scope for a downstairs cloakroom
||Large fitted Shower room
|Scope for further loft conversion and further enlargement (STPP)
||Private driveway leading to rear parking
|Beautifully landscaped 80’ approx. x 50’ rear garden with brick built outbuilding and bespoke Summerhouse
||Council Tax Band ‘D’ and EPC ‘C'