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Boleyn Close, Maidenbower
NO CHAIN! Well presented end terrace house, two double bedrooms, refitted bathroom, downstairs WC, gas heating, allocated parking for 2, rear garden with gated access, popular location for schools & amenities, great first time buy!
CALL NOW TO BOOK YOUR 360 VIRTUAL TOUR! Homes Partnership is pleased to offer for sale with no onward chain, this two double bedroom house in the popular Maidenbower neighbourhood. The accommodation comprises a light and airy entrance hall, downstairs wc, kitchen with built in oven and hob and a lounge / dining room with patio doors to the rear garden. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a refitted bathroom with a P-shaped shower / bath. The ground floor benefits from laminate flooring throughout and the gas central heating is to a system of radiators. Outside the front garden is shingle laid and the rear garden is tiered with a paved patio adjacent to the house and gated side access. The property is well presented and would make an ideal first home or investment purchase. This area is popular for local schools and amenities, ease of access to the M23 and 2.3 miles to Three Bridges mainline station. Don't delay, book a virtual tour today!
STORM PORCH Part glazed front door to:
ENTRANCE HALL Stairs to the first floor with under stair cupboard. Window to the side aspect. Radiator. Doors to kitchen, lounge and:
DOWNSTAIRS WC Fitted with a white suite comprising a low level wc and wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Radiator. Opaque window to the side.
LOUNGE / DINER 15' 2" (4.63m) maximum narrowing to 8' 1 (2.47m) x 12' 1" (3.68m) An L-shaped room with areas for seating and dining. Patio doors and window to the rear. Two radiators.
KITCHEN 9' 8" x 8' 3" (2.95m x 2.52m) Fitted with a range of wall and base level units. Single bowl, single drainer, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Built in electric oven and gas hob with extractor fan over. Space for washing machine and fridge freezer. Part tiled walls. Wall mounted boiler. Radiator. Window to the front.
LANDING Loft to hatch space. Airing cupboard housing the hot water tank. Storage cupboard.
BEDROOM ONE 10' 1" x 8' 7" (3.09m x 2.62m at its narrowest point) Two windows overlooking the rear garden. Built in double wardrobe. Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 9' 8" x 8' 9" (2.95m x 2.67m) Window to the front. Radiator.
BATHROOM Refitted with a white suite comprising a P-shaped shower bath with shower attachment over and curved glass screen. Pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc with concealed cistern. Shaver point. Radiator. Opaque window to the front.
FRONT GARDEN Laid with shingle.
REAR GARDEN Tiered with two areas of lawn and a paved patio adjacent to the house. Flower beds, plants and shrubs. Garden shed. Enclosed by fence with gated side access.
ALLOCATED PARKING The property benefits from two allocated parking spaces.
MAINS SERVICES Gas / Electric / Water / Drainage
TRAVELLING TIME TO STATIONS Three Bridges By car 6 mins On foot 32 mins
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INFORMATION FOR INVESTORS Anticipated rental value £1095
Anticipated gross yield 4.38%
AREA INFORMATION Located in the south east corner of the town, the neighbourhood of Maidenbower was developed on farmland between the M23 and the London-Brighton railway. Bordered by Pound Hill to the north and Furnace Green across the railway line to the west, there are two infant schools, junior school and Oriel High School. There is a parade of shops for every day needs, community centre and surgeries. The popular Frogshole Farm pub, an original 16th century farm building, offers classic pub food, as does the Coaching Halt pub restaurant which lies adjacent to Maidenbower Office Park off the Balcombe Road. The 24 hour Fastway Metrobus service connects the neighbourhood with Gatwick Airport and Crawley town centre, while Three Bridges mainline station is on the doorstep offering fast and direct services to London. Many say Maidenbower has a distinct village feel despite being so central to all the facilities that Crawley has to offer, what more could you want?