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Mantell Close, Newick, BN8

Mantell Close, Newick, BN8
  • Guide Price £250,000

Overview

  • 300468
  • Property ID
  • Semi-Detached Bungalow
  • Property Type
  • 1
  • Bedroom
  • 1
  • Bathroom

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Description:

  • Address Mantell Close, Newick, Newick
  • City Newick
  • Zip/Postal Code BN8 4FA
  • Area Newick

Description

GUIDE PRICE £250,000 – £260,000. A modern one bedroom semi detached bungalow built in 2018, located in the extremely desirable village of Newick. The property comprises of; a double bedroom, bathroom, living room open to fully fitted kitchen, allocated

GUIDE PRICE £250,000 – £260,000

A modern one bedroom semi detached bungalow built in 2018, located in the extremely desirable village of Newick. The property comprises of; a double bedroom, bathroom, living room open to fully fitted kitchen with many integrated appliances, allocated parking and a private South facing rear garden.

**Shared equity, 75% Share, no rent costs, potential to buy remaining 25%**

The Property

The property is entered by a covered entrance canopy into a spacious hallway which has a good sized storage cupboard. The bedroom, which faces the front, measures 11ft x 11ft and is large enough for a variety of bedroom furniture. The bathroom has a frosted window to the side and comprises of; a modern white panelled bath with shower over, a white WC, white wash hand basin and tiled flooring.

The living room faces the rear and measures 14ft x 10ft. It has double patio doors which look out and open onto the South facing patio and garden. Because the room is located due south, it is flooded with natural daylight all day long. The room is also large enough to accommodate a variety of living room and dining room furniture. The kitchen has a window facing the rear garden, is fully fitted and comprises of; a range of wall and base units, work surfaces, stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated gas four ring hob with stainless steel extractor above, integrated oven, integrated fridge./freezer, integrated dishwasher, integrated washer/dryer and tiled flooring. The boiler is also housed in the kitchen.

The Outside

The front of the house consists stone slab pathway to the front door, and pathway leading to a wooden pedestrian gate and private garden beyond.

The rear garden faces south, and is extremely private with wooden close board fencing on three sides and tall trees at the back shrouding neighbouring houses behind. The rear patio runs the width of the garden and provides a wonderful space for a variety of outside furniture so that the garden can be enjoyed in the warmer months. There is also a useful wooden shed.

The Area

From the property, the high street of Newick is a mere few minutes walk. Newick is a wonderful quintessential Sussex village. It has three thriving village pubs – The Crown, The Bull and The Royal Oak. The well renowned Newick Tandoori brings diners from far and wide to dine in the village’s own Indian restaurant and takeaway. The village Cottage Bakery serves fantastic freshly cooked bread in their historic original bread oven on site, and savoury and sweet treats. Bob Alderman butchers serves a variety of extremely good quality very locally sourced cuts of meat. The Pantry coffee shop offers great coffee and lovely lunches including homemade cakes and savoury bites. The Pantry is a great place to meet friends and family in the day. The village also has two well stocked stores selling most items that you would need. One of these shops doubles up as the village post office. The village even has its own doctors surgery and a Lloyds Pharmacy.

The residents of Newick are a fantastic mix of ages with the village school and pre-school (both rated Outstanding by Ofstead) bringing in young families through to the retired. Even though the village may be small in its number of residents, it packs a huge punch with the amount of clubs and societies that are on offer for all ages. The village hall plays host to many of those clubs and societies meets and social events. The village’s own amateur dramatic society (NADS) also put on its productions at the village hall. The annual Newick Bonfire night is extremely well regarded and thousands of people from all around Sussex flock to this event year on year. The village has strong rugby and cricket teams and as such sport runs through the veins of the village. The sports playing field with its cricket, rugby and football pitches, pavillion and licenced bar and adjacent childrens playgorund is a hive of activity throughout the year as it plays host to many a sporting activity or social event, particularly on a summers Friday evening when the children have cricket lessons and the parents meet to picnic and sip prosecco.

The village is surrounded by incredible countryside and within minutes you are able to walk through this countryside on a variety of different footpaths. Although it may seem as if Newick is quite remote, it is only 10 -15 minutes drive to the towns of Haywards Heath and Uckfield and 20 minutes to Burgess Hill and Lewes, all of which have mainline train links to London and Brighton each with an array of different shops, restaurants and nightlife.

Transport Links and Schools

Haywards Heath mainline railway station is 7.8 miles from the property, and Uckfield train station is 4.9 miles away. The house is well positioned to three of the main local roads links; the A272 (directly located 0.2 miles from the property) the A22 (4.2 miles) and the A23 (11.5 miles). Brighton with all of its many amenities and attractions is 16.6 miles away and Crawley is 18 miles away. Gatwick airport can be reached in around 35 minutes.

There is a variety of excellent schools in the local area, both state and independent. Newick pre-school and primary CofEschool are just round the corner, and Chailey, Fletching, St. Augustines and Barcombe CofE Primary Schools are all within 3.5 miles. Chailey secondary school is 4.1 miles away, and Uckfield secondary school and sixth form college is only 5 miles away. The independent Cumnor House and Great Walstead schools are also a short drive away. Oathall Community College (7 miles away) is a popular state secondary school and Haywards Heath further education college is only 7.8 miles away. Regular bus services from the village service these schools and colleges.

Come and have a look around this wonderful bungalow in the beautiful semi-rural village of Newick, and you will experience its charm and see its potential as a versatile family home. Modern life is always changing – this home can change with you, and give you the perfect balance of a thriving village and all its conveniences, along with countryside living, both well and truly on your doorstep.

Front Elevation

Fully fitted kitchen

Living / Dining Room

Bedroom

Bathroom

South facing rear garden

Communal garden area

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