Henry Adams are pleased to offer this spacious detached house on the market for the first time in 31 years, tucked away in a popular and leafy residential cul de sac adjoining woodland, in the wonderful village of Scaynes Hill.
The accommodation comprises; a well proportioned hallway, downstairs cloakroom with WC, spacious double aspect lounge with sliding patio doors to the garden and a bright and airy dining room which is open plan to the lounge with attractive parquet flooring. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a study, spacious conservatory with views onto the garden and a kitchen with access from both the hallway and dining room.
On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, a well proportioned family bathroom and an en suite shower room to bedroom one. The landing provides access to all of the bedrooms and the bathroom and has a built in airing cupboard. Bedroom one has a large window overlooking the rear garden and an en suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three have built in storage and bedroom four is a double with views to the front garden.The family bathroom has been tiled and comprises a white suite with wc, hand basin and a corner bath with shower overhead.
Outside and Gardens
Outside the house is approached via a large driveway leading to an integral double garage with power and light. A gate provides side access to the rear garden. The secluded rear garden is laid predominately to lawn and privately enclosed with a mixture of mature plants and hedging. There is a small patio adjacent to the house and a pathway which leads to the front.
Costells Edge is a leafy residential cul de sac which offers a great feeling of space with its attractive landscaping and well tended and mature communal greens. It is within easy reach of the highly regarded primary school St. Augustine and also within easy reach of the local park and common. Close by are the local amenities which include the village hall, public house and general store/filling station. There are also many local footpaths providing an excellent opportunity to explore the countryside. For further facilities the town of Haywards Heath is approximately 2 miles distant and provides a more extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities and a mainline railway station with good access to London (London Bridge and Victoria within 45 minutes) and Gatwick. There are also a wide range of Primary/Secondary schools and Colleges in the area. These include; Great Walstead, Cumnor House, Ardingly College and Chailey Comprehensive.
Doors to the Cloakroom, Kitchen, Sitting Room and Integral Garage.
Hand basin and WC.
A spacious double aspect room with a feature fireplace, sliding patio doors and access through to the study.
Open plan to the sitting room. Double aspect with access through to the conservatory. Built in under stairs cupboard.
A well fitted kitchen with a good range of wall and base units and a tiled floor. There is a large window to the front providing a pleasant outlook.
A spacious conservatory accessed via the dining room. This bright and airy room creates a peaceful space to sit and enjoy the tranquillity of the rear garden.
A well proportioned double bedroom located to the rear of the house with views over the garden. Door through to the en suite shower room.
Located at the front on the house with views into the adjoining woodland. This room is a double with a small built in cupboard.
Another double with views over the rear garden. Built in wardrobes and an attractive laminate floor.
A double bedroom located at the front of the property.
Fitted with a white suite comprising a corner bath with over head shower, WC and hand basin. The walls have been fully tiled and there is a frosted landscape window to the front.
Servicing bedroom the en suite comprises a shower, WC and hand basin.
A double integral garage with up and over door, power and light.
Ample driveway parking leading up to the double garage.
Costells Edge Residents Association £70 per annum.
Details correct: >>12/09/2018<<
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.