4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleThe Grange, Hurstpierpoint, Hassocks
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- QUINTESSENTIAL SUSSEX VILLAGE
- Four Double Bedroom Residence
- Built In 2008 By Persimmon Homes
- Extended To Rear By Current Owners
- Highly Sought After Cul-De-Sac Location
- Close Proximity To Village Amenities
This beautifully presented and uniquely designed four double bedroom residence, which was built in 2008 by Persimmon Homes to their 'Essex' template, is located on the cul-de-sac of The Grange on the western semi-rural outskirts of Hurstpierpoint. The property is idyllically situated just off Abourne Road in this picturesque and quintessential rural Sussex village, which is surrounded in each direction by glorious open countryside.
This warm and inviting residence is conveniently positioned approximately two miles from Hassocks Station, which provides fast and direct services to both London in the north and the coastal region of Brighton in the south, the latter of which is also reachable within a twenty-minute drive. The centre of the village is also within short walking distance and offers a comprehensive range of boutique style shopping facilities including a building society, a 'Co-op Food' convenience store, as well as various eateries and public houses. The larger market town of Burgess Hill, where the popular 'Triangle' leisure complex is located, is also suitably reached only a few miles north, whilst the neighbouring historical down land villages of Ditchling and Hassocks are accessible on local bus routes. St Lawrence C of E Primary School, a mixed gender primary education centre for those aged between five and eleven years of age, is located under half a mile away, whilst Downlands Community School, a mixed gender secondary education centre for those aged between eleven and sixteen years of age, is positioned just over two miles away, both of which are rated 'outstanding' in the latest Ofsted rankings. The A23 bypass that joins south of the A273 and merges into the M23, is within a ten-minute drive being approximately three miles to the south at Pyecombe.
This nicely-proportioned dwelling, which offers well in excess of twelve hundred square feet of versatile accommodation arranged over two storeys, is fashioned in a traditional style of brick underneath a tiled roof. The property has been significantly and tastefully upgraded by the current owners who have carried out a range of improvements during their time in occupancy since newly built, including an extension to the rear to maximise the reception space the ground floor previously offered. The home benefits from gas fired central heating, double glazing distributed throughout, all walls are ceilings are finished in smooth matt emulsion, painted wooden doors with chrome ironmongery service every room, whilst there is a mixture of carpeting, tiling, and laminate flooring laid throughout.
Outside, a feature 'coaching' archway allows access to the parking area to the rear of the home, where one space is directly allocated to the property in front of a single garage en bloc, with an unofficially adopted secondary space also employed by the current owners directly behind the back fence, which neighbours cannot use as it would restrict access to the back gate. The front garden is walled with steps up to a covered storm porch where primary access to the property is admitted. To the rear of the property, there is a west facing garden, which is privately enclosed by wooden fencing to both sides and the rear, with an access gate that also leads onto the parking area. There is a block paved patio that abuts the immediate rear of the property, with a further pathway that leads to the access gate, whilst there is also a generous expanse of lawn with ample room for a free standing timber storage shed.
The ground floor opens into a much larger-than-expected entrance hall, with a water closet, and a carpeted staircase enclosed by a painted wooden balustrade that rises to the first floor landing, underneath which there is a useful storage cupboard. The main reception room, a spacious lounge with two windows overlooking the rear of the property, has an eye-catching feature fireplace with a painted wooden mantle surround and a marble effect hearth, as well as ample room for various seating furniture around a television point. The kitchen diner has a range of beech wall and base mounted units incorporating various cupboards and drawer units with a marble effect work surface under tiled splash backs, whilst accommodating integrated appliances including a sink with mixer tap and drainer, an electric oven with a separate electric grill over, a five ring gas hob with an extractor hood over, a dish washer, a washing machine, whilst there is also space for a free standing fridge freezer. There are two sets of double doors from the dining area, leading to the lounge, and to the sun room extension, respectively. The sun room has a set of casement doors that lead onto the rear garden, and could alternatively be utilised as a home office, a playroom, or a dedicated dining room.
The first floor has a landing with a built in airing cupboard, an access hatch to the partly boarded and fully insulated loft space, as well as doors to all four bedrooms and the family bathroom. The third and fourth bedrooms are very similar in size, enjoying pleasant outlooks over the front and rear of the property respectively, whilst the second bedroom has ample room for a 'king' size bed and various further bedroom furniture. The family bathroom has a pedestal wash hand basin, a low level lavatory with a push touch flush button, a panel enclosed bath with mixer taps and a glass screen with a separate mains fed shower over, a fitted mirror, and a shaver point. The master bedroom has a built in double wardrobe with a hanging rail and a shelf, and also accommodates enough room for a 'king' size bed and various further bedroom furniture, whilst also having an en suite shower room which is arranged similarly to the family bathroom, but instead of having a panel enclosed bath, has a glass enclosure with a folding screen door that houses a mains fed shower.
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