Savills | Fox Hill Village, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 4QZ | Property for sale
2,172 sq ft(201.79 sq m)
Guide price £1,150,000

Fox Hill VillageHaywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 4QZ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Brochure and virtual tour available by request
  • Detached Turner-style family house
  • Situated in a sought after no-through road
  • Beautifully presented interiors and superb landscaped gardens
  • Haywards Heath station two miles

Superbly presented detached house in a sought after no-through road.

About this property

  • The Cottage is a fine detached property, believed to date from the 1950s and built to the design of renowned local architect Turner, and offering superbly presented, bright and spacious accommodation arranged over two floors. The house and its grounds have been the subject of thoughtful renovation and refurbishment by the current owners, including a two-storey extension to the sitting room and principal bedroom, bespoke oak front door and staircase, oak engineered flooring to the kitchen, wood burners fitted to the sitting room and dining room, and modern fittings to all bath/shower rooms. There is herringbone parquet flooring to much of the original ground floor.

    The Cottage is ideally suited for family life, offering plenty of versatile reception space. The extended, dual aspect sitting room has a bay window and French doors to the front patio; the dining room is also dual aspect, and could be used as a family room, as the well-appointed and extended kitchen/breakfast room offers space for table and chairs. The kitchen has been beautifully fitted, with white Sileston surfaces, a good range of wall-hung and under-counter units by Gardiner of England complemented by Smeg appliances including steam oven, fan oven, fridge and a four-ring induction hob with extractor fan over; French doors open to the eastern patio.

    Beyond the kitchen is the rear hallway/boot room, which gives access to the study, ideally set away from the rest of the accommodation and fitted with bespoke oak bookshelves, and also to the refitted utility room. A door leads outside to the side of the house. Lying off the main entrance hall is a shower room; from the hall the bespoke oak staircase rises to the first floor.

    The principal bedroom, its dressing room and shower room form an impressive suite; the 21ft bedroom has fitted cupboards, and wooden shutters to the window which frames the distinctive views to the top of the South Downs. The dressing room has a pocket door to the shower room.

    There are three further bedrooms, two with fitted cupboards, and a contemporary bathroom with drencher shower fitted over the bath. Please refer to the floorplans for a comprehensive overview of the accommodation.

    Outside
    The Cottage sits almost centrally within its generous plot, which extends to about a third of an acre and is set on a gentle incline. It is approached via a five bar gate which opens to a long brick paved driveway, leading up past the front garden and offering plenty of off-street parking ahead of the house and garage.

    The tandem garage and workshop is secure and has power connected; a wisteria clad pergola walkway leads down the side of the garage. There is a cedar framed greenhouse with lighting, and to the rear of the garden are two garden sheds and garden storage.

    The gardens lie almost equally to the front and rear of the house, and have been cleverly landscaped to provide separate areas to sit and enjoy the sunshine throughout the day and into the evening, with outdoor lighting throughout the plot. The front patio adjoins the sitting room, creating a superb spot to sit and enjoy the views. To the east side of the house is a larger patio with a large pergola, space for table and chairs and low level lighting. The rear lawn slopes gently upwards away from the house, with a further seating area and a pond at the top of the garden.

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Local information

  • Situated in a sought after no-through road in the Fox Hill area, on the south side of Haywards Heath. Haywards Heath is a thriving town in the heart of Mid Sussex, close to the South Downs and the coast. The town and the adjoining villages of Cuckfield and Lindfield provide an excellent range of local amenities including high street shops, independent boutiques, supermarkets, restaurants and leisure facilities. Crawley (13 miles) and the City of Brighton and Hove (13 miles) offer a comprehensive selection of theatres, cinemas, shopping and restaurants.
  • There are many leisure activities available locally, including football, rugby, cricket and local theatre. Across Sussex, activities include riding on Ashdown Forest (for which a permit is required), sailing at Ardingly, golf, with many courses across the county, and miles of walks and bridleways across the surrounding countryside.
  • There is a vibrant cultural and arts scene in Sussex, with world-class opera at Glyndebourne, theatre at Royal Tunbridge Wells and the annual Brighton Festival presenting a huge programme of theatre, dance, classical music and literary events. Spa and country house hotels include Alexander House, Ashdown Park, Gravetye Manor and Ockenden Manor in Cuckfield.
  • Rail: Haywards Heath mainline rail station (two miles) offers regular services to London Bridge/Victoria, journey time from 42 minutes.
  • Gatwick airport: 13.5 miles
  • Schools: There are many highly regarded state and private schools in the local area including Northlands Wood Primary Academy, Warden Park Secondary Academy, Great Walstead, Cumnor House, Burgess Hills Girls, Ardingly College, Hurstpierpoint College, Lewes Old Grammar and Brighton College.
  • All distances and journey times are approximate.

Additional information

  • Services: Gas fired central heating, all mains services.
  • Outgoings: Mid Sussex District Council, 01444 458166. Council tax band G.
  • Directions: From the centre of Haywards Heath, take the B2112 south. At the roundabout junction with Rocky Lane (A272 bypass), take the third exit on to Fox Hill to stay on the B2112. Take the fourth turn on the right into Fox Hill Village. The Cottage (number 19) is on the right hand side.
  • EPC Rating = C
  • Tenure = Freehold