Property Overview

Fairfield Road

Burgess Hill ,RH15

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  • No Onward Chain
  • Requiring Modernisation
  • Original Features Throughout
  • Fireplaces
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 100ft Garden
  • Semi Detached 19th Century Cottage
  • Close proximity to Burgess Hill Mainline Station
  • Opposite Fairfeild Recreational Ground
  • Potential to Extend + Add Parking
  • Single Glazed Windows throughout

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Opposite the popular Fairfield Recreation ground, this semi-detached property is proudly brought to the market by Hunters. This property is ideal for individuals who are interested in taking on a manageable project. It features a spacious garden, two bedrooms, two reception rooms, a kitchen, and a family bathroom.

Situated opposite Fairfield Recreation ground and dating back to the late 19th century, Hunters are pleased to exclusively market this charming 2-bedroom semi-detached house, with no onward chain and requiring modernisation.

Fairfield Road is conveniently located near various amenities such as local pubs, convenience stores, takeaways, and the highly regarded Jupps Fish and Chip shop on West Street. Additionally, Burgess Hill Town Cente and Mainline Train Station is just a 10-minute walk away, which offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, bars and Waitrose Supermarket. Commuters will find it convenient, as the mainline train station in Burgess Hill provides easy access to London Victoria, Brighton, and London Bridge in under an hour.

The front of the property overlooks the recreation ground with unspoilt views across the park and there is a manageable and private front garden with paving leading to the front door. Subject to the relevant permissions, a parking space could be installed to the front, but currently there is on-road parking opposite. There is also a side gate providing access to the rear of the garden.

Being an older house means that the layout is very traditional. As you enter the property on the side, there is an entrance hall with doors to the left and right, and stairs ascending to the first floor. To the front, there is a cosy living room with brick-built fireplace and west-facing bay window overlooking Fairfield Recreation Ground. To the left, there is a separate dining area with two large storage cupboards and door to the kitchen, which requires modernisation but offers plenty of space for reconfiguring. The kitchen has attractive clay tile flooring, a sink and drainer, a separate larder cupboard which houses the tumble dryer.

Upstairs, on the right, is the largest bedroom of the two, facing Fairfield Park, complete with an aesthetic fireplace and a convenient walk-in shower. The corridor provides access to the family bathroom and the second bedroom. The second bedroom is a good-sized room with ample natural light from a large window and a loft hatch into the loft. The family bathroom is equipped with a bath tub, sink, toilet cistern and a large storage cupboard.

Outside, there is a sizable 100ft garden divided into two sections, providing plenty of space for landscaping or keeping it’s original charm. The garden features a potting shed, greenhouse, and a shed for essential garden tools. Additionally, there are large raised beds for growing vegetables and a brick-built outbuilding attached to the house with a toilet.

This charming cottage presents an opportunity for those willing to undertake a manageable project. It offers potential for modernization throughout, allowing you to add your personal touch and create a quiet and characterful home.

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