Guide Price £599,950
This individual detached 17th Century 5 bedroom home has a wealth of period features including open fireplaces and many exposed timbers. In its more recent history, the property has been sympathetically extended to create a delightful family home.
The house is approached by a private lane, which also leads to a double garage with studio/annexe above and a pool changing room to the rear.
The mature and established gardens are a particular feature with outdoor pool, adjacent summerhouse and breeze house. Beyond the secluded gardens, there is a paddock which can be accessed separately.
SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION
-Reception hall with brick inglenook fireplace
-Double Aspect Drawing Room, brick inglenook fireplace, exposed timber framing, beams -Double Aspect Sitting Room, brick fire surround and bay window
-Double Aspect Kitchen, range of base and wall cupboards, granite worktops, twin Belfast sinks, Falcon Professional Range. Island unit with breakfast bar, oak flooring. French doors to garden.
-Breakfast Room, fireplace with wooden mantel
-Snug, exposed beams, oak floor
-Rear hall with boiler cupboard
-Triple Aspect Well Proportioned Dining room
-Two sets of staircases serve the first floor and so part of the property could be utilised as an annexe
-Principal bedroom with bay window and fitted wardrobes. En-suite bathroom and dressing area
-2 bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms
-2 further bedrooms, one with gallery over
-Garaging with pool room, wet room
-Studio/Annexe over garaging with large bedsitting room, kitchen area and separate shower room
-Swimming pool with paved surround, pool shed
-Established formal gardens with lawns, breeze house, summerhouse and large degree of seclusion
-Grounds of about 4.25 acres in all
The property is situated on the outskirts of the villages of Copthorne and Crawley Down, close to open fields and countryside. Copthorne provides a Church, pubs, village store and an excellent primary school. More comprehensive shopping facilities can be found at Crawley town centre, about 5 miles distant. For international travel, Gatwick airport is also about 5 miles. The nearest rail stations with links to London are Three Bridges (fast train approximately 40 minutes), Gatwick (including the Gatwick Express 35 minutes) and at the old market town of East Grinstead.
Council tax band G
Mains water and electricity, gas fired heating
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- Principle and Interest