Guide price: £210,000 – £220,000. Located in the desirable area of Ifield is this spacious and conveniently situated one bedroom house which is presented to a high standard by the current owner, to include a refitted kitchen/breakfast room and bathroom.
To the front of the property is a shingle driveway which provides off street parking for one vehicle. Gated access leads to the private side garden which is of a sunny aspect, is mainly laid to lawn and is enclosed mainly by mature hedge borders.
The front entrance door opens into a spacious porch, ideal for storing coats and shoes. The porch also features a built in cupboard which also houses the gas and electricity meters.
Open plan to the porch is the living/dining area which is a really light room, thanks to the large double glazed box window which floods the room with natural light. The room is neutrally decorated and has a wooden laminate floor. Stairs lead to the first floor landing and pen plan to this room is the refitted kitchen/breakfast room that features modern range of gloss white units which coupled with the black tiled walls and worktops creates a real contemporary feel. There is a fitted electric over, four ring gas hob with extractor hood over, plus an inset back resin sink unit. There is also space for a fridge/freezer and washing machine. The flooring is wood laminate and a double glazed door opens onto the side garden. A double glazed window also overlooks the same.
Set off the first floor landing is the refitted bathroom which is also contemporarily fitted which a white suite with shower over the bath plus two tone white and dark contrasting tiled walls. The floor is tiled and a double glazed window overlooks the garden. The double bedroom is also located off the landing and features a large fitted double wardrobe and further spacious airing cupboard. A double glazed window overlooks the front of the property.
Other features include double glazing, radiator heating with gas fired boiler and neutral decor throughout. In our opinion the property would make an ideal starter home or a great investment purchase.
The area offers great transport links for commuters and airport workers with its own mainline train station and bus links into Crawley Town Centre and beyond. Located to the west of the town centre, Ifield is so historic that it was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Throughout the neighbourhood there is a mix of both modern and traditional housing, along with good bus links and the previous mentioned train station.
There are two local shopping areas in the neighbourhood plus several open spaces are available for plenty of activities including football and basketball. Ifield Mill Pond is a great place to go on leisurely walks as it plays host to a variety of birds, it is considered "the most important wetland in Crawley". Ifield Mill has been designated a Site of Nature Conservation; built in 1684 the mill has since been restored but still has a working waterwheel, it is now home to a local history display. One of Crawley’s three grade I listed buildings is also situated in Ifield; St Margaret’s Church which was built in the 13th century and on the site of a 10th century built church.
For further details and to arrange a viewing please call Greenaway Residential Estate Agents on 01293 561188 or visit www.greenawayresidential.com.
LIVING/DINING 12′ 9" x 9′ 9" (3.89m x 2.97m)
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 12′ 9" x 5′ 4" (3.89m x 1.63m)
BEDROOM 10′ 6" x 9′ 1" (3.2m x 2.77m) plus wardrobe recess
Updated on July 21, 2018 at 12:25 am
Ifield, Crawley, RH11 - 12 Guinevere Rd, Crawley RH11 0PE, UK