Property Overview

Cromwell Mews

Burgess Hill ,RH15

Offers in Excess


  • Mid-Terrace Freehold House
  • Private Mews / Close near Town Centre
  • No Onward Chain
  • Ideal first-time house or buy-to-let
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Good Size Living & Dining Room
  • Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Family Bathroom
  • Neutrally Decorated Throughout
  • Double Glazing and Gas Central Heating
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Residents Parking & Private Parking Space
  • Council Tax Band C
  • EPC Rating C

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Available with no onward chain, and an ideal first time purchase or buy-to-let investment, Hunters bring to the market this 2-double bedroom mid-terrace home with neutral decor and west-facing garden.

Available with no onward chain, Hunters bring to the market this 2-double-bedroom mid-terrace house, built in 2002 with a downstairs WC, west-facing garden and off-road parking.

Ideally located on a quiet close off Cromwell Road, the property is wthin a short stroll to St. Johns Park and London Road’s parade of shops. This is a fantastic area to bring up a family in, with Fairfield Recreational Ground just around the corner, St. Wilfrids Primary, The Gattons Infants and Sheddingdean Community School, all within catchment. Furthermore, just a 10-minute walk up the road is Burgess Hill’s town centre with its retail shops, bars, pubs, restaurants, and mainline train station (with direct access to London, Brighton & the South-Coast).

The front of the property features hardstanding private parking for one car, with more parking for residents opposite in a first-come-first-serve area.

Inside, the property consist of an entrance hall with stairs ascending to the first floor, a fitted storage cupboard, a WC on the left as you enter, a separate kitchen towards the front of the house and a large lounge diner at the rear. The kitchen is fitted with wrap-around units and laminate worktops, a 4-ring gas hob and oven, stainless-steel sink and drainer, and freestanding space for a fridge freezer and washing machine. The living and dining area is located towards the rear of the property, is neutrally decorated and benefits from a fitted storage space under the stairs, and French Doors to the rear west-facing garden.

Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms, both of which are serviced by the family bathroom in between. The larger of the two features a built-in cupboard and overlooks the front, whilst the other double-bedroom overlooks the rear garden and offers ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture. The family bathroom comes fully tiled and is fitted with a traditional white bathroom suite with bathtub, up-and-over shower head attachment, sink and toilet cistern.

Outside, the garden is a lovely size and offers plenty of space to grow more plants and shrubs. There is a gate with secure access to a path adjacent to the property, which leads to the front, great for using for gardening. Due to its aspect, the garden is very sunny from midday onwards, and catches the last lot of sun in the warmer months.

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