Henry Adams are delighted to offer this recently updated and spacious two double bedroom maisonette complete with its own private garden, located in the popular village of Lindfield yet within walking distance of Haywards Heath mainline train station.
This wonderful and welcoming property is located on the top floor and has its own private entrance, forming part of a block of only two properties. The accommodation briefly comprises; a bright and airy landing with a large storage cupboard with lighting, a spacious open plan sitting/dining room with sliding patio doors to a South-Westerly aspect Juliette balcony. This superb room, it has the potential for an open fire and comes with the benefit of an open serving hatch to the kitchen. The kitchen has been re fitted with a good range of attractive white gloss wall and base cabinets, complete with a black worktop and brand new integrated Zanussi appliances that include a dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge/freezer and an oven with electric hob and overhead extractor fan.
The master bedroom is a generous size double with new carpet and bedroom two is also a double with newly laid carpet. Completing the accommodation is the well appointed bathroom which has been re-fitted in recent years with a white suite comprising an enclosed bath with a shower overhead, a newly installed glass shower screen, low level WC, and a hand basin.
Additional attributes: Potential to extend into the loft space (STPP), double glazed windows, new carpets throughout, UPVC fascias fitted in 2017, new garden fencing, gates and access to a spacious loft which has been partly boarded to include a drop down ladder.
Outside and Gardens
Outside this property benefits from two built in storage cupboards of which one houses the Glow Worm boiler. There are newly fitted side gates which lead to the private landscaped garden which is laid predominately to lawn, with raised flower beds created from railway sleepers and a patio area ideal for alfresco dining, all privately enclosed by a fence and brick border.
Private entrance to stairs which rise to the first floor landing. Window to the side.
A spacious landing providing access to all rooms and bedrooms. At the top of the stairs you will find a large and very useful built in store cupboard with light and additional cupboard housing the meters. Further more there is access to the loft via a hatch with a drop down ladder. Freshly laid carpets and newly decorated walls.
A generous size room filled with natural light from the large sliding doors which lead to the Juliet style balcony. This room also benefits from a feature fireplace with potential for an open fire, an open serving hatch to the kitchen from the dining area and recent redecoration throughout.
A modern and newly fitted kitchen with a window to the side. Newly laid vinyl floor. The kitchen is partly tiled with brick style white tiles.
A very spacious double bedroom which has been neutrally decorated and benefits from newly laid carpet. Large window to the front.
A double room with large window to the front. Benefits from newly laid carpets and neutrally decorated walls.
A well proportioned room with a well appointed white suite to include a bath with overhead shower and newly installed glass shower screen, hand basin and WC. Frosted window to the side. Fully tiled walls. Radiator.
A beautifully maintained and landscaped private garden accessed via side gates by the front door.
The best of both worlds! Located within easy reach of Haywards Heath's mainline train station, offering a fast and frequent service to central London (Victoria/London Bridge), ideal for commuters, yet within walking distance of Lindfield's pretty High Street. Lindfield village provides a range of traditional shops to include a butchers, bakers and post office. There is also a modern medical centre and village pubs.
The village lies approximately 36 miles (58 km) south of London, 12 miles (19 km) north of Brighton and 15 miles (24 km) south of Gatwick Airport. .
Details correct: April 2020
We’re home to a variety of house styles, many with very distinctive characteristics, such as the architect, Harold Turner’s craft-inspired properties from the 1930s to the 1950s with their decorative windows, facades and detailing. There are also buildings that date from the 13th century, which add to Hayward Heath’s grand sense of history.This is a popular commuter town with excellent road and rail links to the capital and the coast. You’ll find a cosmopolitan blend of bars, cafés and restaurants in the busy town centre, an abundance of family friendly facilities and beautiful countryside that stretches all around.