Access via communal entrance the apartment briefly comprises; spacious entrance hall with storage cupboards, an 18'9"x 10'6" dual aspect sitting/dining room, with access to kitchen, which features built in appliances including oven and hob, as well as freestanding fridge and washing machine. . Back from entrance hall doors lead to a double bedroom, with space for wardrobe cupboards and bathroom with white suite and power shower unit.
Further attributes include uPVC double glazed windows throughout, electric heating, security entry phone system and neutral décor throughout. Ideal as a first time purchase or buy to let investment. The property is currently let out and possible to purchase with tenancy in place.
The property benefits from allocated parking for one car and visitor bays. To the rear there is a communal garden with number of mature trees, lawn area, communal terrace seating area and communal washing lines.
Lease: Recently extended to 163 years remaining
Service Charge - Approximately £2096.16 per annum
Ground Rent - Approximately £50 per annum
Located in a residential cul-de-sac of Handcross village, the property is within short walk local amenities including butchers, grocery shop, pub, local shops, café, hairdressers, doctors surgery, playing fields, Nymans Gardens and village primary school.
The towns of Haywards Heath and Horsham are both located approximately 9 miles from Handcross, providing an extensive range of shopping, sporting and entertainment amenities together with the main line railway station with regular services to London (Victoria and London Bridge). By public transport regular bus route to Brighton, Crawley, Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill. By car access to A23/M23 is within easy access with links to Brighton, Gatwick Airport, London and beyond.
18'9" x 10'6"
8'10" x 6'9"
15'1" x 8'6"
Details correct: February 2022
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.