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- 1930s semi-detached character home
- Abundance of thirties features inc high ceilings, bay window & four original fireplaces
- Lovely 83ft west facing garden
- Lots of scope to extend & enlarge, if required (STPP)
- Peaceful, yet convenient town centre location
- Just one mile to the station for commuters
- Modern kitchen/breakfast room
- Close to local schools and in the Warden Park catchment for secondary
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Haywards Heath (0.2mi.)
Warden Park Primary Academy (0.4mi.)
St Wilfrid's CofE Primary School, Haywards Heath (0.4mi.)
WATCH THE VIDEO | An attractive 1930s bay front semi-detached home with a wealth of retained character, 80ft west facing garden and stacks of potential to extend & enlarge to the rear and into the loft, STPP. The station is just a mile distant, perfect for commuters.
The House... - This attractive, bay-fronted 1930s semi-detached home enjoys a wealth of retained character, superb westerly garden and a peaceful yet convenient town centre location. For those buyers looking for character features, this home has them in abundance with high ceilings, bay window, original fireplaces and panelled internal doors.
Internally, the house is presented in good order with a light, airy feel. The ground floor boasts traditional two reception rooms. The inviting sitting room has a bay window and beautiful original open fireplace perfect for a cosy winter evening and great at Christmas. The second reception room offers a range of uses but would traditionally be the dining room, also has an original fireplace and has French doors opening on to the garden. The shaker-style kitchen is flooded in natural light with a cleverly positioned sky light and has a range of integrated appliances (fridge/freezer, dishwasher, gas hob & oven). There is space for a breakfast table and door for side access. The ground floor also has a spacious hallway and under-stairs cloakroom.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms (one front, one rear) both with attractive fireplaces, reasonable single third bedroom and a large family bathroom with white suite.
Further benefits include gas fired central heating with combi-boiler, double glazed windows and neutral dcor.
Scope/Potential... - In our opinion, there is vast potential for a sizeable extension to the rear and/or into the loft space STPP. Many neighbouring homes have undertaken extensions such as this.
Step Outside... - The rear garden extends to 83ft with a favoured westerly aspect, meaning there is plenty of afternoon/evening sunshine. The garden is laid mainly to level lawn, perfect for children to play and plenty of space for a garden studio, if required. There is also gated side access and external lighting.
To the front is driveway parking for two cars.
The Location... - Gower Road is an established road of Victorian and 1930s homes ideally situated to take advantage of Haywards Heaths extensive facilities. Although central, the road is particularly quiet for a town centre position with little through traffic.
SHOPPING: Shopping facilities include The Orchards Shopping Centre with a Marks & Spencer, Co-Operative and Post Office. There is a selection of coffee shops including Costa, Caf Nero and the delightful Flinders Coffee. The town also boasts both a Sainsburys and Waitrose superstores, just over a mile away.
TRANSPORT: For commuters, Haywards Heaths mainline station is just under a mile distant and provides an enviable mainine service to London (Victoria/London Bridge in 47 mins, St Pancreas International in 65 mins), Brighton (20 mins) and Gatwick International Airport (20 mins). By car, surrounding areas are easily accessed via the A272 to the east and A23(M), which lies five miles west at Warninglid/Bolney.
EDUCATION: Haywards Heath is well represented in both the private and state sectors. Nearby schooling includes St. Josephs RC Primary (Ofsted: Good), St. Wilfrids C of E Primary (Ofsted: Good), Warden Park Academy (Ofsted: Good) and Oathall Community College (Ofsted: Good) for secondary.
LEISURE: The Dolphin Leisure centre is located in Pasture Hill Road and provides three swimming pools, gymnasium, health suite and a host of classes.
SOCIAL: The Broadway is the social hub of the town and provides an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars including Cote Brasserie, Caf Rouge, Zizzi and Pizza Express. Popular bars include Orange Square and Lockhart Tavern.
Information - Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: Mid Sussex District Council
Council Tax Band: D
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