Briar Patch
2,302 sq ft(213.86 sq m)
Guide price £750,000

Chapel LaneHorsted Keynes, West Sussex, RH17 7AF

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Delightful semi-detached family home dating from the 1900s
  • Pleasing layout with good ceiling heights and well-proportioned rooms
  • Open plan kitchen/dining/garden room with bi-fold doors to the garden
  • Master bedroom with en suite bathroom, 3/4 further bedrooms
  • Landscaped rear garden with terraces, lawn and raised beds

Lovely semi-detached family home in the heart of the village.

About this property

  • Briar Patch is a delightful semi-detached family house, believed to date from the early 1900s. It was extended in 1998 and again in 2018 when the garage was converted by the current owners, and offers generous accommodation which is well suited for family life, with a pleasing layout, separate reception areas and good-sized bedrooms. The decor is light and neutral with a mix of wood, tiles and carpet flooring, good ceiling heights and well-proportioned rooms with wood framed windows. The open plan kitchen/dining/garden room is of particular note, with a Calor gas range, space for large dining table and bi-fold doors to the rear garden.
    The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with modern fittings; there are three further bedrooms, an office and a family shower room. The floorplans give an excellent overview of the full extent and layout of the accommodation.

    Outside, to the front of the house is a block paved drive offering plenty of parking; the rear garden has a paved terrace close to the house and a further raised shingle terrace with space for table and chairs. The garden has been landscaped, with well-stocked raised beds surrounding the central lawn.

    Agent's Note
    Chapel Lane is a private road and a public footpath; Briar Patch has right of access.

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Local information

  • Situated in the heart of Horsted Keynes, adjoining the open space of the recreation field's car park. Horsted Keynes is a picturesque Mid Sussex village with many interesting historic buildings; local amenities include a village hall, a village shop, a primary school and two public houses.
  • Comprehensive shopping: Haywards Heath (five miles), Tunbridge Wells (17 miles) or Brighton (21 miles). There are many leisure activities available in the area including riding on Ashdown Forest, for which a permit is required, sailing at Ardingly and golf across the county.
  • Transport links: Haywards Heath mainline station (c.13 minutes by car) offers frequent rail services to London Bridge/Victoria, journey time from 42 minutes. The A23 lies to the west, Gatwick airport 17 miles; to the east the A22 links to the M25, J6 17.7 miles.
  • Schools: There are many highly regarded schools in the area, both state and private, including St. Giles primary school in the village, Cumnor House, Great Walstead and Ardingly College.

Additional information

  • Directions: Heading north from Lindfield on the B2028, take the second right into Stonecross Lane and then turn left into Keysford Lane. Proceed straight ahead into Station Road, and at the village green turn right into Lewes Road, Chapel Lane is on the left (signposted Sussex Border Path).
  • EPC Rating = D