North Road, Crawley RH10 1JU, UK
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Call now to book your 360 virtual tour! Homes Partnership is delighted to offer this two bedroom Victorian cottage, located in the residential neighbourhood of Three Bridges, just 0.4 miles from Three Bridges train station. The property has many charming character features such as a period fireplace, stable door, wood flooring and wooden doors, making this a delightful home. The ground floor has the addition of a conservatory to the rear and there is a lounge to the front as well as a fitted kitchen with built in oven and hob. On the first floor there is a double bedroom to the front, a second single bedroom and a bathroom fitted with a white suite. The property benefits from leaded light effect double glazing to the front and UPVC double glazing to the rear. It is heated by gas central heating. Outside there is off road parking for one vehicle to the front and an area of lawn with plants and shrubs. The rear garden is laid to lawn with a brand new decked area, perfect to enjoy the late afternoon sun with a glass of wine! There is a brick outbuilding in the garden, which is currently used as a workshop and could easily be used an office, gym or studio. Ideally placed for those needing access to a mainline station, and just one mile to Crawley town centre, this would be a great home for a young family or a busy commuter. Beautifully presented throughout, we would urge an early viewing as this is unlikely to be around for long!
External courtesy light. Front door opening to:
Lounge 12' 1" (3.68m) maximum narrowing to 10' 10" x 10' 11" (3.3m x 3.33m) approximate. Bay window to the front. Radiator. Period fireplace. Opening to:
Inner hall Radiator. Stairs to the first floor. Door to:
Kitchen 12' 0" x 7' 9" (3.66m x 2.36m) approximate. Fitted with a range of wall and base level units incorporating a single bowl, single drainer, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Built in oven and hob with extractor hood over. Space for dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Under stair cupboard / storage housing hot water tank. Stable door to:
Conservatory 8' 7" x 8' 6" (2.62m x 2.59m) approximate. French doors opening to the rear garden.
First floor landing Stairs from the inner hall. Step up to each side. Doors to both bedrooms and bathroom.
Bedroom one 12' 0" (3.66m) maximum narrowing to 10' 10" x 10' 9" (3.3m x 3.28m) approximate. Radiator. Window to the front.
Bedroom two 8' 1" x 5' 3" (2.46m x 1.6m) approximate. Radiator. Window overlooking the rear garden.
Bathroom Fitted with a white suite comprising a bath with shower over, wash hand basin with vanity unit below and a low level WC. Opaque window to the rear.
off road parking To the front of the property for one vehicle.
Front garden Laid to lawn with plants and shrubs. Path to front door.
Rear garden A great space for relaxing in the afternoon sun, mostly laid to lawn with a path to a decked area at the rear. Timber garden shed. Brick built workshop, with power and light. This is currently used as a workshop but has the potential to be an office, gym or studio. Enclosed by fence.
mains services Gas / Electric / Water / Drainage
travelling time to stations Three BridgesBy car3 minsOn foot 8 mins - 0.4 miles
Crawley By car5 minsOn foot 23 mins - 1.1 miles
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area information Three Bridges is a residential area that began as a tiny hamlet and has now grown to be a commuters' favourite in Crawley. Three Bridges mainline railway station offers excellent links to London with fast trains to London Bridge and Victoria in around 40 minutes and in the opposite direction to Brighton in around 30 minutes. Local facilities include a neighbourhood parade of shops, schools including Hazelwick comprehensive, Tesco superstore, Three Bridges football club and Crawley Lawn tennis club. Three Bridges is readily accessible to everything Crawley has to offer, is served well by bus services and junction 10 of the M23 is just around the corner. With so much to offer, Three Bridges is a great place to buy for families, professionals, commuters and investors!
Vendor's comments We bought the house in 2017 as first-time buyers and it has been the most perfect first home for us. We were looking for a cottage with character, but something that was still within easy reach of all the necessities. North Road is a particularly quiet street with wonderful neighbours and a great community feel. We particularly love spending long summer evenings in the garden and have just had both the front driveway area and the back garden renovated with new turf and patio decking. It is a very private and tranquil space - a real sun trap and surrounded by mature trees. Working in London, it was important for us to be near the station. The property is in the ideal location for commuters – a seven-minute walk from the railway but far enough away not to hear the rail noise! There are two pubs within walking distance, a cosy café at the end of the road and takeaways, shops, and a post office just a five-minute stroll away. It is also within easy reach of Crawley town centre as well as the leisure park with cinema, bowling and a selection of restaurants. In addition, a local primary school, doctors' surgery and chemist are just around the corner. We did not have a car when we moved into the property and found it to be a most convenient spot.