94 The Welkin, Haywards Heath RH16 2PL, UK
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Description We have fallen in love with this superb extended family home that oozes a slick and modern finish throughout and is decorated to a very high standard. There are lots of stand out features, we are big fans of the kitchen entertaining space and also the loft conversion with its shower and dressing room. On the ground floor, the dark karndean flooring that flows from the entrance hall into the kitchen diner complements the lighter colour walls and is easy to clean and maintain. Off the entrance hall the sitting room features a curved bay which overlooks the front garden and the glazed doors through to the kitchen allows for plenty of light into this front room. The kitchen was remodelled in 2017 and it is easy to see how it is the hub of the home. There is ample granite work surface prep area and plenty of storage space. The matt finish soft closing units work well with the granite tops. You'll find integrated appliances which includes a dishwasher, fridge freezer, additional freezer, two ovens and an induction hob. A clever recess area near the entrance to the kitchen provides space for a stacked washing machine and tumble dryer. The French doors out to the garden ensures that in the summer months, it's easy to use the garden as an extended eating area. Elsewhere on the ground floor there is a slick and modern cloakroom.
Another key feature for us are the spacious and well thought through bedrooms. On the first floor are bedrooms two, three and four. Bedrooms two and three both have built in wardrobes, whilst bedroom four is a really good size and measures 3m by 2.5m. The bathroom is modern and fresh and we really like that there is a separate shower cubicle in addition to the bath. Stairs then take you to the second floor and the very impressive loft conversion. Not only is there an abundance of light from the south facing juliett balcony, the spacious head height ensures that this is a superb main bedroom. Two stand out features are the large en-suite with its walk in shower and the parallel dressing room. Both rooms have a skylight to provide light and fresh air into these rooms. There is also excellent eaves storage which is easily accessed by three entry points.
The rear garden has been laid to sandstone patio for ease of maintenance and the southerly aspect provides that perfect spot for table and chairs and a BBQ. There is a useful garden shed whilst to the front, you'll find a lawned garden which also benefits from plenty of sunlight. The brick paved drive can accommodate two cars and there is ample parking within The Welkin for visitors. There is the added bonus of a garage which is located on the development.
Location The sought after position of The Welkin is in our opinion, a real selling point. A quiet development, residents have the benefit of being close by to the High Street and also the play park on Hickmans Lane. The combination of a quiet village life and retaining good access to Haywards Heath station works perfectly. Published train times to London Bridge and Victoria are from approximately 44 minutes, whilst Brighton is around 20 minutes. The bustling High Street is the centre point of a thriving community with a wide range of independent shops to choose from.
There are also plenty of great places to eat in Lindfield too; we recommend either the Witch Inn (the closest pub to The Welkin) or The Bent Arms if you are looking for that perfect pub lunch. For an evening meal, you can't go wrong at the Limes Restaurant or Tamasha. Lindfield Coffee Works, tucked away on Alma Road off the High Street is proving to be a big hit and our go to place for coffee, as is Slake which you can find opposite the pond. Lindfield Common is a great spot to watch the world go by; cricket at the weekends in the summer or football in the winter. It is also the home of the bowls club. And on a Thursday evening at the top of the common, you can't beat the Pizza van!
For schools, both highly regarded Blackthorns Primary and Lindfield Primary are within one mile, as is Oathall Community College. There are great places to get out and explore from Lindfield, National Trust facilities are located locally at Wakehurst Place and Nymans Gardens, with Sheffield Park less than 15 minutes by road. Brighton can be found 15 miles to the south, whilst a short drive north takes you to Crawley, London Gatwick and the A/M23.