Staples Barn Lane, Henfield
The accommodation comprises; large front-facing kitchen with space for dining, hallway leading to downstairs cloakroom and spacious open plan living/dining room. Adjacent to the main living space is a 10sqm utility room which could be a fourth bedroom or used to increase the living space. The first floor consists of master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room, a further second double bedroom with storage, good sized third bedroom ideal for home office or nursery, large family bathroom with white suite, airing cupboard and storage in the loft space.
The house is situated on Staples Barn Lane and is a short walk to the village primary school and to the bustling High Street which has a variety of shops, cafes, village pubs, a library, post office and other essential facilities. The village is largely self sufficient with a highly respected primary school, modern medical centre, leisure centre, bowls and tennis clubs together with all the usual amenities you would expect from a large village. Bordering the South Downs National Park, Henfield is famous for its old railway line which now forms a wonderful conduit for walking, cycling and horse riding. The nearest main line rail service to London is Hassocks (7.5 miles) with regular trains to Brighton, Gatwick airport, Victoria and London Bridge. The A23 is about 5 miles connecting to the M25 in about 30 minutes with the A24 accessible via West Grinstead at about 5.5 miles.
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