This very well presented and maintained semi detached bungalow is pleasantly situated on a country lane on the northern most outskirts of Hurstpierpoint village close to the popular Hurstpierpoint College. The property is surrounded by its own landscaped gardens that predominantly enjoy a favoured Southerly aspect and by open farmland with views thereover. It is considered there may be scope to convert the loft to create additional accommodation as has been the case with the adjoining semi and subject to obtaining any necessary consents.
An entrance porch and uPVC double glazed front door leads in to the hall, a hatch with pull down ladder accesses the boarded loft space with natural light provided via a velux window considered suitable to convert. The principle bedroom is double aspect with a lovely outlook over the gardens and farmland beyond, there is a second double bedroom to the front aspect. The sitting/dining room is double aspect with a cream coloured cast iron log burner as its focal point. The double aspect kitchen/breakfast room is comprehensively fitted with cream coloured shaker style units at both eye and base level with a contrasting solid wood butchers block style worktops, the kitchen includes an integrated wine rack and pull out wicker vegetable storage baskets, there is space for a breakfast table and chairs, space for washing machine and dishwasher, space for a range cooker with a fitted stainless steel and glass extractor hood over. A window and wide opening leads through to the orangery, of part brick and uPVC double glazed construction under a pitched and tiled roof this room enjoys a lovely outlook over the gardens and in summer with the doors open brings the outside in. Off the kitchen/breakfast room there is an outer lobby that doubles for our clients as a small home office, it is also where the oil fired boiler is located supplying domestic hot water and central heating. A utility lobby off the kitchen includes further storage cupboards and shelving with space for domestic appliances and houses the airing cupboard. The bathroom is fitted with a ‘Heritage’ white suite and includes both a double ended bath and a separate shower cubicle, has painted half wood paneled walls and is also dual aspect.
Outside, from the lane and accessed via a galvanized five bar gate a brick paved driveway/hardstanding provides off street parking for four plus vehicles with an adjoining composting area for garden waste. The gardens surround the property on three sides, are predominantly arranged to level shaped lawns with surrounding planted borders and beds, there is a timber decked terrace adjoining the orangery and a further sizeable patio with timber garden shed, the oil storage tank is neatly concealed behind paneled fencing with the private drainage system concealed by planting, the whole being enclosed by mature and well maintained hedgerows.
|Delightful semi-rural setting surrounded by open countryside with farmland views||Two double bedroom semi-detached bungalow extended and improved|
|Scope for loft conversion as has been the case in neighboring property STANC||Orangery taking full advantage of the attractive outlooks|
|Parking for 4 + cars||Double aspect sitting/dining room with log burner|
|Spacious kitchen/breakfast room again double aspect||Gardens surround the property on three sides 100’ x 55’ max Southerly aspect|
|Close to Hurstpierpoint College – access to Burgess Hill Tesco via footpaths (20 mins walk)||Council Tax Band E – Energy Performance Rating E|