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Nevill Road, Uckfield, TN22

Nevill Road, Uckfield, TN22
  • Guide Price £400,000
  • Address Nevill Road, Uckfield
  • City Uckfield
  • Zip/Postal Code TN22 1LJ

Overview

  • Semi-Detached House
  • Property Type
  • 3
  • Bedrooms
  • 1
  • Bathroom
  • 225720
  • Property ID

Floor Plans

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Description:

Description

GUIDE PRICE £400,000 – £425,000. VENDOR SUITED. A beautifully situated, well presented and larger than average three bedroom semi-detached family home. This lovely property totals 1,134 sq ft, with a sunny south facing rear garden and off road parking.

GUIDE PRICE £400,000 – £425,000. VENDOR SUITED.

A beautifully situated, well presented and larger than average three bedroom semi-detached family home. This lovely property totals 1,134 sq ft, with a sunny south facing rear garden and off road parking for two vehicles. The property is located a fifteen minute walk to Uckfield town centre, is very close to country walks and a few hundred yards from a main bus stop.

The Property description

Enter the property through the front door into a hallway where the downstairs cloakroom can be found on the right. The cloakroom has a window to the front, WC and a unique circular stone sink and waterfall tap. Straight ahead is the staircase which rises to the first floor. To the left is the door into the main living room.

The living room is a large room which measures 21 ft in length. It is therefore a fantastic space for a wide range of living room furniture and could even accommodate dining room furniture if desired. There is a large window to the front and a gas fireplace providing an attractive focal point in the room. There is an archway which leads into what would most likely principally be the dining room. The room has a window to the side and tiled flooring. It could also be successfully used perhaps as an office or even a playroom. Although currently this room is a thoroughfare to the kitchen, with relative ease and in-expense a stud partition wall and door could be built which would create a completely closed off room, whilst still providing access to the kitchen.

The kitchen faces the back of the house and its south facing orientation. It is therefore an incredibly light room all year round. As well as a large window overlooking the rear garden, it also has the added benifit of double patio doors which lead directly onto the garden terrace. This successfully enables ‘outside in’ living in the warmer months. The kitchen has tiled flooring and is fitted with; good quantity of cream wall and base shaker style units, work surfaces, under counter lights, a stainless steel sink and drainer unit, integrated double oven, and integrated four ring Hotpoint electric hob with extractor above. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine, a dishwasher and a free standing fridge/freezer in the kitchen. There is also space in the kitchen for a dining room table and chairs, so this room could then become a Kitchen/Diner or a Kitchen/Breakfast Room if desired.

Stairs lead up to the first floor from the hallway where three double bedrooms and a family bathroom can be found. The main bedroom faces the rear of the house with a cupboard which houses the boiler and hot water cylinder and also provides some extra storage. Bedroom 2 faces the front with a large window, and Bedroom 3 is again a double and faces the rear. The family bathroom is modern with smart and contemporary wall tiles, white bathroom suite of bath with mixer taps and shower over, inset wash hand basin, floating WC and a useful storage ledge

Outside

There is a good sized private south facing rear garden which provides a wonderful space to enjoy all year round. The beautiful garden is laid to lawn, with plant and shrub borders, a useful timber shed, and a stone pathway which leads to the parking beyond. There is a wooden pedestrian side gate which leads to the front. The rear terrace is a perfect place to relax and enjoy some al fresco dining in the warmer months.

The parking for the house can be found through a gate at the bottom of the garden. There is parking here for two vehicles. To the front is a lawn with a stone pathway which leads to the front door and a wooden side access gate leading to the rear garden.

Schools

Manor Primary School (which is Ofsted rated Good) is only a 7-minute walk from the house. Other schools nearby are; Holy Cross CofE (Ofsted rated good) which is 1.1 miles away and a 5-minute drive from the house. Rock’s primary school (Ofsted rated good) is 1.5 miles away and a 6-minute drive. Uckfield College is the main local secondary school and sixth form college, which is Ofsted rated good. It is located only 0.6 miles away and a 2-minute drive from the property.

Road and Rail Links

The mainline railway stations of Uckfield can be found only 1.3 miles away (6-minute drive) which offers services to London in just over 1 hour (London Bridge/Victoria 67 mins). Rail services also run from Haywards Heath (13 miles away) offering services to London Bridge/Victoria with a journey time of 47 minutes.

The A22 is 1.9 miles away (7-minute drive) which leads South East towards Hailsham, Polegate and Eastbourne, and North West towards Forest Row and East Grinstead. The A22 provides swift vehicular access to Gatwick Airport which is 22 miles away (40-minute drive) and the M25 is approximately an hour’s drive.

Buses

The property is in an excellent location for buses with a major bus stop a few hundred yards from the front door. This bus stop on Nevill Road is on the main bus routes to Brighton, Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne.

Shops and Amenities

Shops are 5 minutes away and include a local supermarket, launderette, hairdresser and chip shop. The town of Uckfield is only a fifteen-minute walk from the property. The town has two major supermarkets, Tesco and Waitrose, numerous high street branded and independent shops and restaurants, fast food restaurants offering take out or delivery. It also has the fantastic Picture House cinema, and the Uckfield leisure centre with its many recreational activities and main leisure pool with exercise lanes and flumes for the family.
The local village of Newick only a 11-minute drive away and offers 3 individual pubs and a well-regarded Indian Restaurant, independent butchers and bakers and two local convenience shops.

More extensive shopping and leisure facilities can be found in Royal Tunbridge Wells (15 miles away) and Crawley (20 miles away) which offers a shopping mall, numerous bars/restaurants, multiplex cinema and many other leisure facilities. Nearby Lewes (9.5 miles) and Brighton and Hove (20 miles) offer theatres, cinemas, shopping and restaurants, and there is the world-renowned opera house at Glyndebourne (9.2 miles away).

Recreation

The immediate surrounding area offers a range of leisure activities at youth and adult levels, including football, rugby, cricket, dance and local theatre. There are golf courses at East Sussex National, Haywards Heath, Lindfield, Ditchling, Piltdown, Royal Ashdown and many other courses across the county. There is horse racing at Plumpton, Goodwood and Lingfield, and sailing at Weir Wood, Ardingly reservoir and the coast. The surrounding area is exceptionally beautiful with the South Downs and Ashdown Forest national parks and numerous historic and picturesque villages close by. There are many footpaths and bridle paths across the South Downs and surrounding countryside providing plenty of countryside walks, as well as riding on Ashdown Forest by permit.
The National Trust Gardens of Sheffield Park, Wakehurst Place and Nymans are both a short distance from Uckfield. The Bluebell Railway (8 miles away) runs steam locomotive journeys on its 11-mile line between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead and is a popular local attraction.

Nearby spa and country house hotels include Buxted Park Hotel, Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club, Ockenden Manor, Alexander House, Gravetye Manor and South Lodge.

Walks

From Nevill Road there is a public footpath which leads directly into Views Wood (Woodland Trust) and lead directly into the SSSI Buxted Deer Park. It therefore provides a perfect location for families and dog owners alike. Ashdown Forest and the South Down are close with many wonderful walks. This means that this home can provide not only town amenities within fifteen minutes’ walk, but also rural walks five minutes from your own front door.

Come and have a look around this wonderful home, and you will see what a fantastic opportunity this offers you to live in this area. Modern life is always changing – this home can change with you, and give you the perfect balance between a thriving town and all its conveniences, and countryside living all truly on your doorstep

Front

Living Room

Living Room

Dining Room / Office / Playroom

Kitchen / Diner

Bedroom 2

Bedroom 3

Family Bathroom

Private South Facing Garden

Rear Elevation

Dining Room / Office / Playroom

Downstairs Cloakroom

Dining Room / Office / Playroom

Kitchen / Dinner & Dining Room / Office / Playroom

Front

Private off road parking for two vehicles

Rear garden and rear elevation

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 1

Property Documents

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