EPC - E. Conveniently located on the outskirts of Billingshurst in the hamlet of Five Oaks is this charming detached home. Built around the mid 1980s, it offers flexible living with a study which could be used as an additional bedroom or play room, a delightful sitting/dining room with windows on three sides allowing plenty of natural light to flood in and an open working fireplace. The superb kitchen/breakfast room continues the bright theme of the sitting room with ample storage and access to outside, designed to maximise the afternoon and evening sun whilst entertaining guests. A separate wet room completes the downstairs accommodation.
Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, built-in wardrobe in bedroom 1, a modern bathroom and separate WC, all well presented.
The vendors have planning permission for a first floor front extension over existing entrance porch incorporating a single first floor window REF: DC/18/0962
There is a secluded rear garden with gated access to the single garage directly behind the house and a driveway to the front. There is an access road to the side of the house to the garage area which also serves some of the surrounding properties.
Five Oaks is a small hamlet located at a mid point between Billingshurst, Slinfold and Horsham with Billingshurst being the closer of the three. Billingshurst has a very good medical centre, a post office, bakeries, butcher, library and supermarket as well as schooling for all ages. There is also a mainline railway station with services into London/Victoria and the south coast. The larger provincial town of Horsham is approximately 7 miles away and Gatwick International Airport is approximately 20 miles away.
Sitting Room/Dining Room 20'9 (6.32m) x 13'1 (3.99m)
Study 10'6 (3.2m) x 9'11 (3.02m)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 22'3 (6.78m) x 9'10 (3m)
Bedroom 1 15'11 (4.85m) x 9'11 (3.02m)
Bedroom 2 11'5 (3.48m) x 11'7 (3.53m)
Bedroom 3 13'1 (3.99m) x 9'3 (2.82m)
Garage 16'6 (5.03m) x 8'2 (2.49m)
Billingshurst is a thriving village with a welcoming community, a pretty high street and a wealth of shops and leisure facilities. It has a quaint mixture of old and new properties, including farmhouses, timber-framed buildings, thatched cottages and modern developments. The heart of the village is in a Conservation Area, which protects and preserves the character of The Green and the local buildings, such as the row of medieval terraced houses that are set back from the main road.Many later additions were designed to include features to reflect the medieval, Edwardian and Victorian homes in the area, such as the red brickwork and projected front gables, which add to the very distinctive style of this beautiful West Sussex village.