- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- 1 receptions
A late-Victorian mid terrace cottage with a long lawned garden.
3 Beaconsfield Cottages is understood to date from the late 1800s and presents colour washed elevations under a mainly pitched tile roof. Internally the cottage provides bright and well-arranged accommodation over two floors. Features within the house include a pretty fireplace in the sitting room, panelled doors, space for a breakfast table in the kitchen and a spacious shower room. From the conservatory a glazed sliding door gives access to the long lawned garden. To one side of the garden is an attached outbuilding providing two store rooms. To the far end of the garden is a timber garden store
The village of Scaynes Hill provides a public house, a primary school and a petrol station with a shop. The larger village of Lindfield is about 2.5 miles, with its pretty tree-lined High Street, period houses and parish church. Lindfield provides a primary school, a good selection of independent shops, cafes, a post office and three public houses.
The regional centre in the area, Haywards Heath, is about 3 miles and offers a comprehensive range of shops and recreational facilities together with a mainline train station providing a fast and frequent service to London (London Bridge/Victoria about 47 minutes). The A23, which lies to the west of Haywards Heath gives fast access to Gatwick, Brighton and the M23/M25. The city of Brighton and Hove is approximately 17 miles distant.
- Late-Victorian mid terrace cottage
- Understood to date from the late 1800s
- Providing bright & well-arranged accommodation
- Long lawned garden
- Attached outbuilding providing two store rooms
- No onward chain
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