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4 bed detached house

Tweed Lane, Ifield Crawley West Sussex RH11

listed on 2018-12-14  Strutt and Parker   

An attractive Grade II Listed detached property with delightful gardens, in a convenient yet tucked away location. 4 2 3 Thought to have formerly been two cottages and dating back to the late 1600s, The Tweed has been sympathetically modernised to blend the charm and character of the original period property with the benefits of modern amenities. Features of note include exposed timbers and beams throughout, wood latch doors, exposed brick work, two impressive Inglenook fireplaces and a period fireplace to one of the bedrooms. The triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room boasts a bespoke fitted kitchen with central island, range cooker, clay tiled floor and walk-in larder. The sitting/dining room has a log burning stove installed in one of the two Inglenooks, with an attractive stain glass window to one side. On the first floor is the dual aspect master bedroom, a further double bedroom, family bathroom with modern white suite, a separate shower room with ample storage, and a fully fitted study. The second floor contains two further double bedrooms, both with built-in cupboards. Outside The property sits well within its plot, with vehicle access to the drive and 2 bay open car barn providing ample parking, whilst a brick paved central path provides pedestrian access. The front garden is enclosed by mature hedging and mainly laid to lawn. The rear garden is enclosed with a combination of hedging and wood panel fencing, and mainly laid to lawn, interspersed with flower and shrub borders. A timber bridge provides access over the small stream to a further area of lawn. Situation The Tweed lies in a tucked away location within the conservation area of Ifield Village with its village green, public house and convenience store. The larger towns of Horsham and Crawley are easily accessible offering more comprehensive retail and leisure facilities, as well as mainline train stations to London. Tweed Lane itself is a public footpath and provides access to delightful country walks. There are excellent commuter links in the vicinity with Ifield station about 1 mile away providing links to London Bridge and London Victoria in under an hour. The A24 and A23/M23 also offer easy access to London, Gatwick Airport (with the Gatwick Express providing a regular train service to London Victoria in about 30 minutes), the coast and the wider motorway network. The area is also well served with state and independent schools including Cottesmore, Handcross Park, Farlington, Millais and Christ’s Hospital. Directions Take the A264/Crawley Road towards Crawley. At the roundabout take the 1st exit to Faygate Lane and continue for about 1.6 miles, before turning right onto Lambs Green Road and then another right onto Burnt House Lane, which becomes Rusper Road. Continue for about 2.7 miles before turning left onto Ifield Street, followed by a slight right onto Rectory Lane. Continue straight onto Tweed Lane and the property will be found shortly thereafter on your left. Share Other features Sitting room Dining room Kitchen/breakfast room Cloakroom Master bedroom 3 Further bedrooms Family bathroom Shower room Study 2 Bay car barn Gallery 1/13 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

4 bed detached house

Tweed Lane, Ifield Crawley West Sussex RH11

listed on 2018-11-04  Strutt and Parker   

An attractive Grade II Listed detached property with delightful gardens, in a convenient yet tucked away location. 4 2 3 Thought to have formerly been two cottages and dating back to the late 1600s, The Tweed has been sympathetically modernised to blend the charm and character of the original period property with the benefits of modern amenities. Features of note include exposed timbers and beams throughout, wood latch doors, exposed brick work, two impressive Inglenook fireplaces and a period fireplace to one of the bedrooms. The triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room boasts a bespoke fitted kitchen with central island, range cooker, clay tiled floor and walk-in larder. The sitting/dining room has a log burning stove installed in one of the two Inglenooks, with an attractive stain glass window to one side. On the first floor is the dual aspect master bedroom, a further double bedroom, family bathroom with modern white suite, a separate shower room with ample storage, and a fully fitted study. The second floor contains two further double bedrooms, both with built-in cupboards. Outside The property sits well within its plot, with vehicle access to the drive and 2 bay open car barn providing ample parking, whilst a brick paved central path provides pedestrian access. The front garden is enclosed by mature hedging and mainly laid to lawn. The rear garden is enclosed with a combination of hedging and wood panel fencing, and mainly laid to lawn, interspersed with flower and shrub borders. A timber bridge provides access over the small stream to a further area of lawn. Situation The Tweed lies in a tucked away location within the conservation area of Ifield Village with its village green, public house and convenience store. The larger towns of Horsham and Crawley are easily accessible offering more comprehensive retail and leisure facilities, as well as mainline train stations to London. Tweed Lane itself is a public footpath and provides access to delightful country walks. There are excellent commuter links in the vicinity with Ifield station about 1 mile away providing links to London Bridge and London Victoria in under an hour. The A24 and A23/M23 also offer easy access to London, Gatwick Airport (with the Gatwick Express providing a regular train service to London Victoria in about 30 minutes), the coast and the wider motorway network. The area is also well served with state and independent schools including Cottesmore, Handcross Park, Farlington, Millais and Christ’s Hospital. Directions Take the A264/Crawley Road towards Crawley. At the roundabout take the 1st exit to Faygate Lane and continue for about 1.6 miles, before turning right onto Lambs Green Road and then another right onto Burnt House Lane, which becomes Rusper Road. Continue for about 2.7 miles before turning left onto Ifield Street, followed by a slight right onto Rectory Lane. Continue straight onto Tweed Lane and the property will be found shortly thereafter on your left. Share Other features Sitting room Dining room Kitchen/breakfast room Cloakroom Master bedroom 3 Further bedrooms Family bathroom Shower room Study 2 Bay car barn Gallery 1/13 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

2 bed semi-detached house

Ifield Road, West Green, Crawley, West Sussex

listed on 2019-07-27  Mansell McTaggart   

A very well presented and spacious two double bedroom semi-detached period property, situated in an ideal road for Crawley town centre and mainline railway station. On entrance to the property you have a large hallway with space for shoes and coats with stairs ahead leading to the first floor and a doorway into the living room. The living room itself has wood effect flooring, a beautiful working open feature fireplace and space for two large double sofas. A further double glazed bay window overlooks the front aspect allowing in plenty of natural light, that accompanied with the high ceilings gives a real feeling of space. Also, off the main hallway you have the dining room/snug which also has the same wood effect flooring, a further open feature fireplace and space for a six/eight seater dining table, as well as a large pantry storage cupboard with window and a further entrance way to the kitchen. The kitchen itself is of good proportions and has tiled flooring, ample wall and base units with real granite work surfaces over and space for freestanding appliances some of which include fridge/freezer, washing machine, gas oven with gas hob over and space for a dishwasher (if needed). There is a door that leads out to the rear garden also. Heading upstairs to the first floor with find the two bedrooms and family bathroom. the second bedroom is of good proportions and can comfortably house a double bed, as well as having space for any freestanding storage units and window to side allowing in plenty of natural light. The master bedroom is of very large proportions facing the front aspect and can house a king size bed comfortably as well as numerous storage units and a very large double glazed window to the front allows in plenty of natural light, there is a further feature fireplace and carpet under foot. The first floor is completed by the family bathroom which is also of very large proportions and has full length panelled bath with shower attachment over, low level WC, wash hand basin, spotlighting put in by the current owners, further feature fireplace and space for shower (if needed). The loft space is fully boarded and has ample space for storage or potential conversion (STPP) and is insulated. Heading outside to the rear aspect you find a real feature of the property which is the spacious garden which has a beautiful area of patio abutting the rear of the house and provides a large sun trap, the remainder being laid to lawn with various mature shrubbery with an area of decking to the rear, all enclosed by wooden panel fencing and side access to your parking space. There is also a large outside brick-built storage unit and an outside original toilet. To the front you have a pretty brick enclosed front garden with access to the main house as well as your off road parking space to the side. The property is offered in fantastic condition and is rarely available in this location. Viewings highly advised. TG