This lovely property comprises entrance hall with door to study area. Lounge with INGLENOOK fireplace and log burner and double doors to rear garden. Fantastic kitchen / dining room, ideal for entertaining family and friends. Side porch with access to garage and utility area. Upstairs, a good sized master bedroom with double aspect and walk in wardrobes. Three further bedrooms, a family bathroom and shower room. To the front and side, an area of lawn, driveway parking for two cars and a garage with power, light and utility area. To the rear, courtyard style paved area with shed and boiler house. Side access leading to the front. Vendors can vacate.
- Was OIEO £500,000 reduced to OIEO £475,000
- Four bedroom detached
- Downstairs cloakroom and two further bathrooms
- Vendors can vacate
- Garage and driveway
Double glazed door to side.
Double glazed door to front. Storage / cloaks cupboard. Radiator.
Double glazed window to rear. Wash hand basin. WC. Part tiled walls. Radiator
Study 7' x 4' ( 2.13m x 1.22m )
Double glazed window to front.
Lounge 20' 2" x 15' 10" ( 6.15m x 4.83m )
Double glazed window to front. Double glazed French doors. Inglenook fireplace with log burner. Two radiators.
Kitchen / Dining Room 18' 10" x 15' 10" ( 5.74m x 4.83m )
Two double glazed windows to front & side. Bay window to side. Fitted kitchen with matching wall & base units. 1 sink / drainer. Work surfaces. Electric range cooker hood over. Fridge. Space for dishwasher. Part tiled walls. Tiled floor. Space for a large dining table. Three radiators under the bay window plus one in the Kitchen / Dining area. Door to back porch
Double glazed window to rear. Stairs from hall. Storage cupboard & double airing cupboard. Access to part boarded loft. Radiator.
Bedroom One 14' 7" x 12' 2" ( 4.45m x 3.71m )
Two double glazed windows to front & side. Two fitted walk in wardrobes. Two radiators.
Double glazed window to rear. Wash hand basin. WC. Shower cubicle. Part tiled walls. Radiator.
Bedroom Two 11' 2" x 10' 8" ( 3.40m x 3.25m )
Double glazed window to front. Radiator. Door to:
Walk In Wardrobe 11' 3" x 4' 11" ( 3.43m x 1.50m )
Potential to convert to ensuite subject to appropriate permissions.
Bedroom Three 10' 4" x 7' 10" ( 3.15m x 2.39m )
Double glazed window to front. Double, fitted wardrobe. Radiator.
Bedroom Four 10' 8" x 10' 5" ( 3.25m x 3.17m )
Double glazed window to front. Radiator. L shaped room.
Double glazed window to side. Wash hand basin. WC. Bath. Radiator.
Courtyard style paved area. Large shed. Wood store. Boiler room with oil fired boiler.
Front & Side Garden
L shaped garden mainly laid to lawn which could be utilised as an additional garden area if required.
Electric roller door. Utility area. Power & light.
Space for two cars
West Hoathly is a lovely village in which to live. It has a historic heart and village soul, but there is still lots to get involved with if you want to. The village has an excellent primary school and lots of opportunities for sport on the 2 recreation grounds, one with a cricket pitch and tennis courts. There is also a Bowls Club and an excellent eatery in The Cat Inn - great food and drink!
We have lived here for 41 years and brought up our 3 children in the village and we could not have wanted a more family friendly place in which to live. The village is in the Imberhorne School catchment area which was rated as outstanding in the last ofsted inspection. Ardingly College and Worth Schools are both about 15 minutes drive away if you are looking at private education opportunities.
The village is perfectly situated for motorway links to the M23 (15minutes) and for Gatwick airport (25 minutes), whilst still being a rural joy on the edge of Ashdown Forest with its lovely walks and scenery.
We benefit from being just 20 minutes drive from Three Bridges station, where trains to London take about 45 minutes and 15 minutes to East Grinstead with a service to London in about an hour. Brighton with its shopping, theatres and seaside is only 45 minutes by car, and Eastbourne about an hour.
We really think West Hoathly is the best of both worlds, you are living in a friendly, safe village, but still close to the buzz of London and Brighton.
The village of West Hoathly is primarily residential and is situated approximately halfway between London and the south coast. The village retains much of its period charm and community spirit. There is a popular village hall together with a rich diversity of medieval houses and farms in the locality. Gravetye Manor, built in 1598, with its Elizabethan facade and award winning restaurant nestles in the adjacent valley and the timber framed 16th century Cat Inn public house and the 15th century Priest House are situated in the heart of the village. Surrounded by some of the finest countryside in the south east, West Hoathly is in close proximity to Ashdown Forest which is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Bluebell Steam Railway runs close by with regular excursions throughout the year and the mainline railway station in East Grinstead offers frequent services to London Victoria or London Bridge in just under the hour.
From the Connells office in East Grinstead, head north-west on London Road. At the roundabout, continue straight onto Beeching Way At the roundabout, continue straight onto Brooklands Way/B2110. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Turners Hill Rd/B2110. Turn left onto Vowels Lane. Turn left onto Selsfield Road. Turn right onto Broadfield. Continue straight onto Ridleys. Turn left to stay on Ridleys.