4 bedroom detached house for sale in Glendale Road, Burgess Hill, Sussex
A Character Detached House With Canadian Influences, Dating From The 1920s, Presenting a Rare Redevelopment or Refurbishment Project, Set in Good Sized Mature Gardens in One of Burgess Hill’s Premium Residential Areas. The Property is Also Within Brief Walking Distance of Burgess Hill Mainline Railway Station & Burgess Hill Girl’s School.
This unique property was originally designed and built in the 1920s by a Canadian Architect. The non standard, timber frame construction is striking, with an obvious two tier façade to the front elevation. Internally, there is a spacious dining hall, front to back sitting room and a large kitchen breakfast room with utility room off. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, (the master having an en-suite bathroom) and a family bathroom. There is a rear lobby with cloakroom and adjacent storage.
Externally, there is an excellent sized family garden with westerly aspect, laid principally to lawn with a variety of perennial plants, trees, ornamental bushes and shrubs. A slate patio is immediately to the rear of the house and on the north side of the house is a long private driveway with detached timber garage and recess providing plenty of parking and space for the storage of a small boat or Motorhome.
The plans for the redevelopment of the property have been lead by an award winning Sussex architectural practice and can be viewed upon request.
Entrance/Dining Hall * Sitting Room * Kitchen Breakfast Room * Utility Room * Lobby With Cloakroom * 4 Double Bedrooms * En-suite * Family Bathroom * Good Sized West Facing Garden * Driveway * Garage.
•Planning permission has been granted for the demolition of the existing dwelling and the replacement building being 2 semi detached houses (1 x 3 bedroom and 1 x 4 bedroom) Plans available by request or can be viewed online via Mid Sussex District Council application ref: DM/17/3934
•Owing to the non standard construction of this property, we would strongly advise consultation with your lender prior to purchase as many lenders will not wish to finance a timber framed property.