*** GUIDE PRICE £200,000 - £210,000 ***
This immaculate one bedroom apartment briefly comprises, entrance hall with phone entry system, doors leading to utility room with boiler, storage cupboards and plumbing for washing machine. From the entrance hall doors lead to open plan kitchen, living and dining area, with engineered oak flooring and high ceilings throughout. The modern kitchen comprises white handle-less cabinet, with Corian grey counter tops and stainless steel sink and monobloc taps. Integrated appliances include electric oven/grill, electric hob, microwave oven, slim line dishwasher and fridge. The bedroom comprises built in wardrobes and soft carpet. The shower room again is modern and beautifully presented fully tiled with WC, wash basin, chrome heated towel rail and fitted mirrored storage.
Access via communal entrance with telephone entry system and lift the property is on the market with no onward chain and internal viewing highly recommended.
Lease length 995 years remaining
Service charge: approximately £1,230 per annum
Ground Rent: approximately £350 per annum
Premier Guarantee offered with 6 years remaining
The White House is ideally situated within a short walk of Haywards Heath mainline train station and town centre. Nearby facilities include the Dolphin Leisure Centre, Sainsbury's Superstore and Waitrose are also within walking distance. Haywards Heath town centre provides extensive shopping facilities including Orchards Shopping Centre and cafes, as well as a variety of bars and restaurants situated on The Broadway.
Haywards Heath mainline station offers regular services to London (approximately 47minutes to London Bridge/Victoria), Brighton (20 minutes) and Gatwick Airport (20 minutes). By car, surrounding areas can be accessed via the A272 and A23/M23 with links to Brighton, Gatwick Airport and London.
7'6" x 4'7"
Open Plan Living/Dining Room
19'10 x 9'6"
16'11 x 8'3"
7'5" x 5'11"
Communal Entrance Hall
Details correct: September 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.