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3 Bedroom
Detached House

£475,000

This three bed, detached property offers spacious living accommodation with an en suite to bedroom. Both the kitchen & bathroom have been refitted and there is a utility room & cloakroom. Outside there is a drive way, front & rear gardens and an integral garage. Beautifully presented, a must see!

Drury Close, Maidenbower

£475,000

This three bed, detached property offers spacious living accommodation with an en suite to bedroom. Both the kitchen & bathroom have been refitted and there is a utility room & cloakroom. Outside there is a drive way, front & rear gardens and an integral garage. Beautifully presented, a must see!

CALL NOW TO BOOK YOUR 360 VIRTUAL TOUR! Homes Partnership is delighted to offer for sale this three bedroom, detached property located in the residential neighbourhood of Maidenbower. The property is very well presented by the current owners and comprises an entrance hall, lounge with a feature fireplace, opening to the rear garden, dining room to the front, refitted kitchen with built in oven & hob, a refitted utility room opening to the rear garden and a cloakroom. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, bedroom one having an en suite shower room, and a family bathroom that has recently been refitted. The property benefits from double glazing throughout and heating by gas to a system of hot water radiators. Outside the front garden is open plan and laid to lawn. A driveway provides off road parking for up to two vehicles and leads to the integral garage. The rear garden has a paved patio area, shingle, lawn and shrub beds. Located just 1.4 miles from Three Bridges train station and conveniently placed for access to the A23 / M23 connecting the area to both London and the south coast, this has great travel links and would be an ideal family home. We would urge a viewing to see if this could be the next home for you.

CANOPY PORCH External courtesy light. Front door opening to:

ENTRANCE HALL Stairs to the first floor. Under stair cupboard. Radiator. Opaque window to the front. Doors to dining room, kitchen, cloakroom and:

LOUNGE 13' 9" x 10' 10" (4.19m x 3.3m) approximate. Feature fireplace. Radiator. Door with flanking windows opening to the rear garden. Opening to:

DINING ROOM 10' 6" x 9' 0" (3.2m x 2.74m) approximate. Radiator. Box bay window to the front.

KITCHEN 13' 7" x 7' 9" (4.14m x 2.36m) approximate. Refitted with a range of modern wall and base level units incorporating a one and a half bowl, single drainer, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap with built in filter. Built in gas hob. Built in double oven. Integral fridge / freezer. Space for dishwasher. Window to the rear. Door to:

UTILITY ROOM 6' 0" x 4' 8" (1.83m x 1.42m) approximate. Refitted with wall and base level units incorporating a single bowl, single drainer, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Space for washing machine. Wall mounted boiler. Door to rear garden.

CLOAKROOM Fitted with a white suite comprising a low level WC and wash hand basin with splash back tiling. Radiator. Extractor fan.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Stairs from the entrance hall. Hatch to board loft space with ladder and light. Cupboard housing hot water tank. Doors to all bedrooms and bathroom.

BEDROOM ONE 12' 1" (3.68m) maximum narrowing to 9' 0" x 10' 7" (2.74m x 3.23m) approximate. Double fitted wardrobes. Radiator. Window to the front. Door to:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM Fitted with a white suite comprising a fully tiled shower cubicle, low level WC with concealed cistern and a wash hand basin set within a range of vanity cupboards. Heated towel rail. Opaque window to the front.

BEDROOM TWO 13' 7" x 8' 8" (4.14m x 2.64m) approximate. Radiator. Window overlooking the rear garden.

BEDROOM THREE 11' 7" x 7' 6" (3.53m x 2.29m) approximate. Radiator. Window overlooking the rear garden.

BATHROOM Recently refitted with a white suite comprising a bath with shower over, low level WC and wash hand basin with vanity unit below. Heated towel rail. Opaque window to the rear.

OUTSIDE

FRONT GARDEN Open plan and laid to lawn with shrubs and a tree.

DRIVEWAY Providing off road parking for one to two vehicles and leading to:

INTEGRAL GARAGE With up and over door, power and light.

REAR GARDEN Paved patio area adjacent to the property, with an area laid with shingle, the remainder being laid to lawn with shrub borders. External water tap. Enclosed by wall and fence with gated side access.

USEFUL INFORMATION

MAINS SERVICES Gas / Electric / Water / Drainage

TRAVELLING TIME TO STATIONS Three Bridges By car 5 mins On foot 26 mins - 1.4 miles
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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?

VENDOR'S COMMENTS When we were looking to buy we were keen on this area as I was going to be working in Brighton and my wife up in London so it was imperative that we found somewhere with excellent transport links. Three Bridges station is well connected and the M23 is just on the doorstep too. The reasons we chose this particular house were the road and area and the house itself. The road is a lovely, quiet little close unlike some of the newer parts of Maidenbower where it feels like the houses are a bit on top of each other. It is also near to the local shops and schools, and not too far to walk to the station. The house was the nicest we looked at by some way and it was a nice big 3 bedroom house with a garden that we have since opened up to make space for our eldest lad to enjoy. We have really loved living here. The neighbours are all really lovely and we have spent many hours at the local park with our eldest boy. The main reason we need to move now is that we had a second son arrive during lockdown and we use one of our bedrooms as a study - I was already a homeworker even before Covid. As the boys grow up they will need more space and we are keen to move to Horsham so they can spend more time with their older cousins.