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SSTC – Junction Road, Burgess Hill, West Sussex - Burgess Hill

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Property ID : DACO_005261

SSTC £265,000 - House

A well presented light and airy two double bedroom terraced cottage with a secluded cottage garden and being pleasantly situated away from the road, convenient for both Wivelsfield and Burgess Hill mainline stations.

A charming and improved two double bedroom terraced cottage in a tucked away position within walking distance of both mainline stations and Burgess Hill town centre. The property benefits from a re-fitted kitchen and bathroom/w.c. and an internal inspection of this delightful cottage is highly recommended. Burgess Hill has a population of around 30,000 and benefits from a busy town centre and covered shopping precinct including a Waitrose and Iceland. There is a Tesco’s Superstore (out of town). A new Lidl which opened in August and there is a major town centre redevelopment project underway. The town is ideally located for easy access to Brighton (10 miles) and London (40 miles). There is easy access to the A/M23 and Gatwick Airport approximately 16 miles away. There are two mainline stations Wivelsfield and Burgess Hill both with an excellent service to London (Victoria 55 mins) and Brighton (20 mins). There is a good selection of state schools and the very popular Burgess Hill School for Girls. A u’PVC door leads into the lounge which has an open fireplace, stripped and polished floorboards and bookshelves. Glazed panelled door leads to the kitchen/diner which has a good range of cream wall and floor units with wood block effect laminate worktops, space for tall fridge/freezer, white bowl and a half sink unit with mixer tap, space for dining table, space and plumbing for both washing machine and dish washer, understairs storage space, space for cooker, ceramic tiled flooring. A glazed panelled door leads to inner lobby with built in shelved cupboards and stable door to garden. Door leading to re-fitted bathroom/w.c., with white suite of panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, glazed shower screen, low level w.c. and pedestal wash basin. u’PVC double glazed window, part tiled walls. Stairs lead to the first floor with small landing and hatch with loft ladder to insulated and part boarded roof space with electric light. Stripped pine doors to both bedrooms. Bedroom one having a built in wardrobe cupboard and bedroom two having a cupboard housing wall mounted ‘Worcester’ gas fired combination boiler. OUTSIDE FRONT GARDEN, partly laid to brick paving, small area of decking with planter boxes, area of garden with shrub. REAR GARDEN, laid to shingle with shrub borders, small shed, not overlooked from the rear. NOTE: There is a neighbouring access over the rear garden. As this property is set well off the road in a quiet backwater there is no allocated parking. COUNCIL TAX: Band C – £1,605.52p (2019-20) Ref: 5261



  • Carpets and floor coverings
  • Gas central heating
  • Lounge
  • Re-fitted bathroom/w.c
  • Re-fitted kitchen/diner
  • Secluded cottage garden
  • Tucked away poisition
  • Two double bedrooms
  • u'PVC double glazed windows
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