Offers Over £250,000 Available


Guide price of £250,000 - £260,000

• Very short walk to the London bound train station
• Commuter friendly
• Close to town centre
• Private garden
• Large master bedroom
• Character property

Perfect first purchase or investment property in a commuter friendly location and just yards away from the London bound mainline train station. This period cottage retains some original features and adds that bit of charm that you can`t find in modern built homes.

PROPERTY: A Fabulous lounge with FEATURE FIREPLACE and open space, this is a cosy place where you`ll enjoy many an evening after your daily commute. The lounge leads straight through to the KITCHEN/DINER, offering a mix of high and low units.

In keeping with cottages of this age, the family bathroom can be found at the bottom of the stairs and rear door access is provided to the private, mature garden.

Upstairs there are 2 good sized, double bedrooms. The master bedroom is particularly generous in its proportions.

OUTSIDE: The low maintenance garden is laid to lawn and offers a patio area with mature trees at the end of the garden.

AREA: It`s easy to see why Burgess Hill is so popular. A range of shops and other amenities, including a SPORTS CENTRE and THEATRE can be found locally. The industrial parks offer fantastic employment opportunities and the London rail services are appealing to the modern commuter.

The M23, M25, Haywards Heath, Brighton and Gatwick Airport are within a short driving distance.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Property Features

  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Close to Town Centre
  • Private Garden
  • Close to Train Station
  • Commuter friendly
  • Walking Distance to Train Station

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