Savills | Old House Lane, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 4XF | Property for sale
239.60 sq m
Guide price £900,000(19,896,262 EGP)

Old House LaneHaywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 4XF


    Key features

    • Virtual viewing available on request
    • Attractive modern house combining classic and contemporary design, extending to nearly 2,600 sq ft
    • Spacious and well-presented accommodation, designed to maximise natural light
    • Stylish Commodore kitchen with Silestone worktops and Bosch appliances
    • High end finishes including Roca bathroom suites, Porcelanosa tiles and Amtico flooring
    • Well enclosed and private part-walled west-facing rear garden
    • Situated off a private driveway in a leafy residential area close to the town centre and 2 miles from the mainline station

    Substantial and beautifully presented modern family home.

    About this property

    • Built in 2016, 5 Old House Lane is a very attractive modern family home, with part-weatherboarded brick elevations and featuring a striking tower in the north-eastern corner. The house offers nearly 2,600 square feet of very well presented accommodation over two floors, carefully designed to maximise space and natural light, and combining classic and contemporary design with sustainable materials and state of the art technology. Particular points of note include a Commodore kitchen with Silestone worktops and range of integrated ‘A' rated Bosch appliances, Roca bathroom suites with Porcelenosa tiles, and Amtico flooring in many of the rooms.

      The ground floor accommodation lies off a spacious and welcoming entrance hall with a central staircase rising to the first floor. Double doors open to the triple aspect sitting room: a beautiful room with a vaulted ceiling, doors to the garden and a fireplace with limestone surround set with a Jetmaster woodburner. The kitchen, snug and dining room forms the real hub of the home, offering a stylish yet comfortable space for everyday family life, the dining area filled with light by way of a large roof lantern and bi-fold doors opening to the terrace and garden.

      The kitchen is served by a useful utility room. A playroom (which could be used as a formal dining room), a good-sized study and a cloakroom complete the ground floor.

      There are five bedrooms on the first floor, including a generous principal bedroom with dressing area, a range of fitted mirrored wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with suite including a bath and separate shower. Bedroom two has an en suite shower room making it an ideal guest bedroom; the remaining bedrooms are served by a family bathroom.

      Outside
      To the front of the house is a block paved driveway with parking for up to four cars, ahead of the integral double garage which has an electronically operated door, power and lighting. A pathway flanked by shrub borders and a small area of lawn leads to the front door. The west-facing rear garden is well-enclosed by a red brick wall and fencing, with a row of young trees giving additional privacy. The garden is ideal for families: largely comprising an area of level lawn, with a large paved terrace extending across the rear of the house.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This house has a lot to offer - the south-west facing garden and the charming to the front are particularly pleasing.

    Hannah RichesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Old House Lane is situated on the favoured southern side of Haywards Heath, in a newly-developed, leafy residential area within good reach of the town centre, mainline station and schools.
    • Haywards Heath is a thriving commuter town in Mid Sussex, with a range of High Street and independent shops, restaurants, schools and a leisure centre. The town and its surrounding villages offer a range of leisure activities at youth and adult levels, including football, rugby, cricket, dance and local theatre. There is golf at Royal Ashdown, Haywards Heath and Piltdown, and many other courses across the county, racing at Goodwood, Lingfield and Plumpton, and sailing at Ardingly and the coast. There are many footpaths and bridle paths across the South Downs and surrounding countryside, as well as riding on Ashdown Forest by permit.
    • Spa and country house hotels include South Lodge, Alexander House, Gravetye Manor and Ockenden Manor. The County Town of Lewes and the City of Brighton and Hove offer theatres, cinemas, shopping and restaurants, and there is the world renowned Opera House at Glyndebourne, as well as horse eventing at Hickstead nearby.
    • Mainline Rail Service: Haywards Heath station is 2 miles distant, offering services to London Bridge/Victoria/St. Pancras International from 42 minutes. The A/M23 also provides access to the South coast and connections to Gatwick airport (15 miles), the M25 and national motorway network.
    • There is an excellent range of highly-regarded schools in the area, including Bolnore Village Primary School, Harlands School, Oathall Community College, Warden Park Secondary Academy in Cuckfield, Cumnor House, Great Walstead, Ardingly College, Hurstpierpoint College, Brighton College and Burgess Hill Girls.
    • All distances and journey times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Services: Gas fired central heating. All mains services.
    • Outgoings: Mid Sussex District Council, 01444 458166. Tax band G.
    • Directions: Heading west into Haywards Heath A272 Lewes Road, take the first exit at the roundabout by the Birch Hotel and the second exit at the next roundabout, continuing on the A272 (Rocky Lane). At the next roundabout take the first exit into Rocky Drive and follow the road around to the right. Old House Lane is the second turning on the right, and number 5 is directly ahead, facing onto the green.
    • EPC Rating = B