This single storey home is believed to date back to the 1920's and is a single storey property which would benefit from a programme of updating and renovation. The property comprises of a dual aspect sitting room with doors out to the gardens, a separate dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and three bedrooms, served by the main bathroom. The property benefits from oil fired central heating, thus making it perfectly habitable as it currently stands.
The property is located on the southern edge of the village of Crawley Down and also close to the village of Turners Hill. Together, the villages provide good local amenities including shops, schools and pubs with convivial atmospheres within walking distance. The larger centres of East Grinstead and Crawley are within 6 miles, providing comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities. There are mainline rail services from East Grinstead and Three Bridges, whilst the Gatwick Express provides a regular service to London Victoria in 30 minutes. There are excellent private schooling facilities in the area, including Worth School and Ardingly College. There are numerous local sporting facilities including prime golf courses. Lingfield Park racecourse is within 15 minutes drive. The M23 is 4 miles to the west, linking with the M25 and the National motorway network.
The property is set within grounds that extend to approximately 23.86 acres.
The property is approached by a private driveway which extends to the rear of the property where there is parking for several vehicles. there is a block of three garages, although it is considered that these require immediate attention. There are formal lawned gardens to the front, bound by mature hedging. To the rear, a good sized lawn is adjacent to the property which then leads to an area which comprises many specimen trees, including Horse and Sweet Chestnuts, Rowan, Hazel, Eucalyptus, Tulip and Cedar Deodora. A stunning bluebell wood has a proliferation of mature Oaks, Ash and Beech, which has been used by a local shoot until recently. Within the grounds a spring feeds a series of small ponds, a stunning lake, which would be ideal as a boating or fishing lake. A stream from the Medway River which rises from its source within Turners Hill, runs through the woodland. There is a further substantial lake as you continue through this area. This idyllic location is a real haven for wildlife with some stunning species being regularly spotted, including jays, mallard, moorhens, long tailed tits and pheasants. When walking through the woodland it would not be unusual to see fallow and roe deer, foxes and badger.
Detached Three Bedroom Home
Set in 23.86 Acres
Stunning Lakes and Stream