Detached family house situated in a sought after private road, within good reach of all local amenities.
Lincoln Lodge is an excellent family house, offering spacious, light and well-proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors and extending to over 2,518 sq ft in all.
The full extent and layout of the accommodation can be seen on the accompanying floorplans. The ground floor flows particularly well: the sitting room, dining room, study and kitchen/breakfast room lie off the spacious and welcoming entrance hall, together with a ground floor cloakroom. The kitchen/breakfast room is light, spacious and creates a lovely space for family day to day living with space for appliances and French doors leading out to a south facing conservatory.
The large master bedroom on the first floor is well-fitted with wardrobes and en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms, two with fitted wardrobes and served by a family bathroom.
The current vendors applied for planning permission to convert the existing garage into a further reception room, along with a first floor extension, which would create a fifth bedroom with en suite bathroom. Planning was granted in October 2013 but has since lapsed and further details can be found on Mid Sussex District Council's website, Ref. No: 13/03389/FUL.
Lincoln Lodge is approached from Roundwood Lane via a driveway which provides ample parking, in turn leading to the attached double garage. The front garden is laid mainly to lawn, edged by shaped borders and well-screened to the front by shrubs and trees.
There is a side gate leading from the front garden to the rear garden and once through the gate there is a woodstore and large timber shed.
The rear garden is largely laid to lawn with a south facing paved terrace. To the rear of the garden there is a vegetable patch, greenhouse and timber shed.
Roundwood Lane is a private road, and Lincoln Lodge has right of way up to the house.
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A great family house, within walking distance of the town centre & stationHannah Riches