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Dating back to 1756 is this semi-detached family home on Lindfield High Street, once described by Pevsner as ‘without doubt the finest village street in East Sussex’. The property enjoys a pleasant setting towards the northern edge of the tree-lined road, within easy reach of the plentiful amenities. Though the interiors may benefit from some updates to the décor, the property is beautifully presented with a variety of character features including a striking fireplace in the living room, picture rails, bay windows and fitted storage in a number of rooms. The property is arranged over two floors and benefits from a well-proportioned floor plan, including three reception rooms on the ground floor, a kitchen/breakfast room and separate storage rooms including a utility room, larder and garden store. Completing the ground floor is a partially-glazed entrance hall with roof light, and a cloakroom.
On the first floor there are five double bedrooms of excellent proportions, either with views over the stunning gardens or the pretty High Street to the front. Arranged together around a galleried landing, the bedrooms share a family bathroom with both bath and shower and a separate wc. Bedroom two also benefits from an en suite bathroom.
Planning has been granted for a loft conversion (DM/18/2945) – agent please verify, thank you.
Lindfield is a picturesque and sought-after village to the north of Haywards Heath. The village itself offers an extensive range of local shops and local facilities including two excellent primary schools, a chemist, church, public houses, doctors and supermarket. A wider range of facilities including a mainline station can be found in Haywards Heath (1.5 miles). The A23 provides access to the M23, M25, motorway network and airports at Gatwick and Heathrow. The village has a number of excellent schools nearby including the village school in Lindfield and private schools such as Great Walstead, Cumnor House, Ardingly, Burgess Hill School, Hurst College and Brighton College. Sporting and recreational activities are extensive with golf at Haywards Heath, Royal Ashdown and East Sussex National Golf Clubs; sailing at Ardingly and Weir Wood reservoirs; and walking and riding locally, including the South Downs and the Ashdown Forest. Haywards Heath mainline station offers fast and regular services to London (Victoria/London Bridge accessible within 45 mins), Gatwick International Airport and Brighton.
The property has a lovely front aspect with a charming garden laid to lawn and flowerbeds enclosed via a white-painted picket fence and brick wall below. There is off-street parking on a driveway to the front and a single attached garage with barn-style doors. An access path leads through to the rear garden where there is a paved patio area adjacent to the house and a mostly level lawn extending to 180ft. Surrounded by high and well-established hedges, trees and shrubs providing a good degree of privacy, the southeast-facing garden enjoys a lovely secluded feel while providing excellent space for a town property. Within the garden there is a timber summerhouse.
2 Bathrooms (1 En suite)
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