Henry Adams are pleased to offer this exciting four bedroom family home built by David Wilson Homes and located in the Heathwood Park development on the outskirts of the historic village of Lindfield.
On the ground floor you will find a beautiful bay fronted and dual aspect lounge that opens on to the garden via French doors. The kitchen also has access to the garden via another set of French doors and also benefits from a breakfast area. The dining room features a bay window and completing the ground floor is a cloakroom.
Upstairs the accommodation comprises of three double bedrooms of which the master has a lovely en suite. Completing the upstairs accommodation is the fourth bedroom which is a single and the well appointment family.
Outside there is a rear garden, single garage and a parking space.
1.39 x 1.79m (4'6" x 5'9")
3.46 x 6.55m (11'3" x 21'5")
2.8 x 2.52m (9'2" x 8'3")
3.64 x 3.6m (12'0" x 11'8")
3.41 x 4.17m (11'2" x 13'7")
3.51 x 3.71m (11'5" x 12'2")
3.55 x 4.47m (11'6" x 14'7")
2.47 x 2.74m (8'1" x 9'0")
2.28 x 1.69m (7'5" x 5'5")
En Suite To Bedroom 1
1.4 x 2.28m (4'6" x 7'5")
One parking space
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Details correct: >>25/05/2018<<
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