Henry Adams are delighted to offer, this spacious four bedroom detached family home, with off road parking, mature gardens and garage, situated in the sought after location Birchwood Grove Road, Burgess Hill.
In more detail the property is entered via a large entrance hall with doors leading to utility room, downstairs cloakroom and dining room. The dining room opens to the kitchen which has solid oak fitting cupboards, granite worktops and butler sink. The kitchen also benefits integrated appliances including Neff oven, microwave and steam combi oven, Miele induction hob, extra larger dishwasher and space for large American style fridge/freezer.
Leading from to the dining room and L-shaped hallway has doors leading to spacious dual aspect sitting room. Which has large window overlooking the mature gardens and a chimney which is currently housing a gas fireplace. The hallway leads to staircase, French doors opening to the rear garden, double glazed conservatory and a dual aspect reception room ideal for family room, bedroom or study.
The first floor comprises landing with storage cupboards and airing cupboard. Spacious dual aspect master bedroom with built in wardrobes and access to ensuite bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms and a single bedroom (currently being used as a study) A refitted modern bathroom with shower cubicle and free standing bath.
Outside - To the front of the house offers paved driveway providing parking for several cars and access to the garage. The front garden provides lawn and beds providing a wide range of flowers, shrubs and trees, enclosed red robin laurel hedge. The garden wraps around the side and rear, divided by the conservatory. One side provides lawn with terrace and wide range of shrubs. The other side provides large patio courtyard with access to the rear of the house and garage.
Birchwood Grove Road is quiet and sought after location within easy reach of Burgess Hill train station and town centre, which offers a wide range of shops including a Waitrose Supermarket. For schools Birchwood Grove County Primary is situated opposite the house, and Burgess Hill School for Girls is within a short walk. Burgess Hill offers a mainline train station with fast and regular services to Gatwick Airport (20 mins), London Victoria (55 mins) and London Bridge (55mins).
The property features solar panels which provides reduced rates and generates approximately £1000 per annum for the current owners.
Access to utility room, downstairs cloakroom and dining room.
Large utility room with space for washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer.
Dual aspect with fire place
Access opening to kitchen and leads to rear hallway and living room
Sitting Room / Study
Dual aspect and ideal for sitting room, guest bedroom or large study
Solid oak units with granite work tops and butler sink. Integrated appliances include Neff oven, microwave and steam combi oven, Miele induction hob, extra larger dishwasher and space for large American style fridge/freezer.
Landing with storage cupboards and airing cupboard
Dual aspect with built in wardrobes and access to ensuite bathroom.
Ensuite to Master Bedroom
Bathroom with whirlpool bath, sink and WC
Double bedroom with built in wardrobes
Dual aspect double bedroom
Single bedroom currently being used as a study
Refitted modern bathroom with shower cubicle seperate free standing bath, sink and WC.
The front garden provides lawn and beds providing a wide range of flowers, shrubs and trees, enclosed red robin laurel hedge. The garden wraps around the side and rear, divided by the conservatory. One side provides lawn with terrace and wide range of shrubs. The other side provides large patio courtyard with access to the rear of the house and garage.
Driveway for several cars
Slightly larger than usual single garage, with up and over front door and rear door
Details correct: 9th May 2019
Double glazed conservatory with two entrances to rear garden
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.