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Mellish House, 26 Church Road, Burgess Hill, RH15

1 Bed │ 1 Bath │ 1 Rec

Guide Price £180,000 (Leasehold)

Haywards Heath

Paul Dryden

Branch Manager

Full description

Access via communal entrance hall, this top floor apartment was converted in 2014 and presented to neutral colour scheme throughout and being sold with no onward chain. The property comprises entrance hall with phone entry system, storage cupboard and oak panelled doors leading to bedroom, living room and bathroom. The open plan living room / kitchen measures approximately 16'2” x 12'8” with two large windows and kitchen modern kitchen. The kitchen provides stainless steel splash back, integrated appliances including hob, oven, fridge and washing machine. From the entrance hall is a double bedroom and modern bathroom with grey tiles, towel rail, shower over bath with glass shower screen.

Neutrally decorated throughout, further attributes include downlights throughout, slimline electric heating, Megaflow water tank, oak panelled doors and double-glazed windows.

Being sold with no onward chain, the apartment makes an ideal first time purchase or buy to let investment and is currently let at £810 per calendar month.

Leasehold Information

125 year lease from 2014

Service Charge - £932 per annum

Ground Rent - £200 per annum

Situation

Location

Ideally located in the centre of Burgess Hill town centre, the apartment is within walking distance of Martlett Shopping Centre including supermarket Waitrose, range of cafes and restaurants. Burgess Hill provides number of leisure facilities including St John's Park and Triangle Leisure Centre. Burges Hill mainline station is located approximately 0.2 miles from the property and offers regular services to London (London Bridge/Victoria), Brighton and Gatwick Airport. By car surrounding areas can be accessed via the A272 and A23/M23 with links to Brighton, Gatwick Airport and London.

Hallway

Living Room

Kitchen

Bedroom One

Bathroom

Details correct: 15th July 2021

Why live in Haywards Heath?

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.

If you enjoy sports, we have the Dolphin Leisure Centre for swimming and fitness and an abundance of local clubs covering everything you could wish to do, including athletics, running, cricket, football and equestrian sports. Victoria Park has tennis courts, a skate park and paddling pool for younger children, the family attractions at Beech Hurst Park include a miniature railway and safe play area while Wakehurst Place in Ardingly blends ornamental gardens with natural woodlands on a site that’s managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. Head northeast and you can stroll around Ashdown Forest, the place that inspired the Winnie the Pooh stories, or travel east to Sheffield Park with its lovely lakes and gardens.

In the town you’ll find a wealth of bars and eateries and a good choice of shops clustered along South Road and in The Orchards, a modern precinct with Marks and Spencer as its flagship store. The town also has a great selection of schools for both primary and secondary age pupils with many more private school options in the outlying areas.

If you’d like to buy, sell or let a property in Haywards Heath, get in touch with your local team and discover the Henry Adams difference for yourself.

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