Within easy reach of the amenities of the popular village of Ardingly is this detached three-bedroom bungalow, situated on a generous plot and surrounded by its own pleasant landscaped gardens. The property is arranged in a coach-house style, with a garage underneath on a lower level and the living accommodation located above on one floor, making it ideal for downsizing or young families. Internally the property is well presented in a neutral style and benefits from high ceilings and large windows, affording excellent natural light throughout.
The accommodation is well laid out, with a spacious sitting room overlooking the front and a generously proportioned kitchen to the rear with space for a dining table. From here, bifold doors open to a glazed conservatory, creating a lovely informal family space with views over the garden. There is also a wc, side access and utility area with additonal workspace off the kitchen.
In addition there are three good size bedrooms including two doubles with fitted storage and a large single, plus a family bathroom with integrated bath and shower over.
Ardingly is a delightful West Sussex village with notable surroundings being the vast Ardingly Reservoir, with its tranquil footpaths, and the South of England Showground. The village provides a Post Office and village store, bakery, two pubs and a well-regarded primary school. Ardingly College is a renowned private school for age groups, and there are further well-regarded schools in Haywards Heath, approximately four miles to the south. Haywards Heath also offers a range of high street stores and major supermarkets, plus an excellent leisure centre and a station with fast and frequent commuter service to London Victoria/London Bridge in 45 minutes. Brighton is about 18 miles distant for a wider selection of shops and restaurants. Gatwick airport is easily accessed via the M23 motorway.
The property is accessed by a long brick-paved driveway which provides ample parking space for a number of vehicles. A highlight is the integral garage, sited on a lower level to the rest of the house, which provides further covered parking and useful storage. The gardens have been attractively landscaped to the front and rear; the front garden features a parcel of lawn, a number of evergreens and a selection of shrubs within mature borders. The rear garden has a wonderfully secluded feel and is enclosed by established hedging on three sides, with a central area of lawn bordered by a gravel path and flowerbeds. Adjoining the conservatory and French doors is a wider gravelled area over two levels ideal for outdoor seating, with views over the garden and its attractive planting. The garden also includes a wooden shed.
total of approx. 1045 sq ft / 97.1 sq m