A delightful 6-bedroom Victorian family home with lovely gardens.

This delightful Victorian property, which has been sympathetically extended, is beautifully presented throughout and sits in gardens of just over 0.5 acre.

The hallway is bright and welcoming and leads through to the charming sitting room which is a splendid size for entertaining. Large sash windows let in plenty of natural light with a set of French doors at one end allowing the natural flow between house and garden. The room is completed with smart oak wooden flooring and a wood burning stove, making it a room for all seasons. The adjoining kitchen has stylish fitted wall units, a breakfast bar and additional access to the garden. There is also an elegant dining with a feature fireplace. An office, cloakroom and separate utility room complete the accommodation on this floor.

Stairs rise to the first floor where the large dual-aspect principal bedroom can be found, with lovely views over the garden. This room has fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room. There are three further well-proportioned double bedrooms, a Jack and Jill style bathroom accessed via two of the bedrooms, as well as a separate shower room. The top floor is home to two further bedrooms as well as some useful eaves storage.

This property has 0.59 acres of land.

Outside

The property is accessed via a 5-bar wooden gate onto a large, gravelled driveway with ample space for parking. From here there is also access to the sizeable workshop. A smaller set of wooden gates and a pathway lead through to the charming front garden and up to the inviting front door. The majority of the gardens lie to the side of the property, and are mainly laid to level lawn with mature hedging on the boundaries providing excellent privacy and are interspersed with both mature trees and fruit trees. There is a good-sized patio providing an idyllic setting for al fresco dining and entertaining, as well as a pond and vegetable patch for the avid gardener.

Situation

The property is located close to the town of Burgess Hill, which offers a wide variety of retail and recreational amenities, including Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, cinema and the popular Triangle Leisure Centre, as well as excellent rail links. The A23/M23 provides easy access to Brighton, Gatwick and the national motorway network. Sporting facilities in and around the area include Wickwoods Country Club, golf at Cuckold, Mannings Heath and Haywards Heath, Show Jumping at nearby Hickstead and racing at Brighton and Goodwood. In addition there are many miles of walks/cycle routes in nearby South Downs National Park. There are also a number of well-regarded schools in the area including Bolney CE Primary School, Handcross Park Preparatory School, Hurstpierpoint College, St Paul's Catholic College, Cottesmore, Brighton College, Ardingly College and Burgess Hill School for Girls.

Directions

Travelling south on the A23, take the junction signposted for Burgess Hill/A2300, followed by the 2nd exit at the roundabout to stay on the A2300. Continue for about 0.2 miles, passing the turning to Stairbridge Lane on your left. The entrance to the property is the first turning on the left hand side.

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Other features

  • Reception hall
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Utility room
  • Office
  • Cloakroom
  • Principal bedroom with en suite shower
  • 5 further bedrooms
  • Jack and Jill bathroom
  • Separate Shower room
  • Work shop
  • Garden

Other details

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Ref: GFD210007

Jobs Lane, Sayers Common Hassocks BN6

Guide Price
£800,000

Ref: GFD210007

Jobs Lane, Sayers Common Hassocks BN6

Guide Price
£800,000