01444 220099

Warelands, Burgess Hill

Sold STC
  • Outside
  • Lounge
  • Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen Breakfast Room
  • Master Bedroom
  • Master Bedroom
  • Second Bedroom
  • Third Bedroom
  • Family Bathroom
  • Rear Garden
  • Outside

Please enter your starting address in the form input below.
Please refresh the page if trying an alternate address.

  • Three Bedroom Semi-Detached Residence
  • Presented In Excellent Condition Throughout
  • Spacious & Versatile Accommodation
  • Garage Converted By Previous Incumbents
  • Located 0.6 Miles From Burgess Hill Station

This executively appointed and very well-presented three bedroom semi-detached residence was built by Leech Homes in 1994 on the exclusive Priory Village development, being located on the select cul-de-sac of Warelands. The property, which is situated almost directly opposite a small children's playground, sits in a prestigious position of only two closely neighbouring properties that are privately screened by trees from the road, and is located on the south-eastern outskirts of Burgess Hill town.

This warm and inviting home, which has been maintained to a high standard throughout, is superbly positioned just over half a mile from the main town centre, which offers a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, and Burgess Hill Station, providing fast and frequent services to London in the north and Brighton on the south coast. St Wilfrid's Catholic Primary School, a mixed gender education centre for those aged between four and eleven years old, is located within half a mile. Also located within easy reach is Bedelands Farm Local Nature Reserve, which is particularly popular with walkers, dog owners and fishermen, consisting of eighty acres of ancient meadows, woodland, hedgerows and ponds. The A23 bypass to the west of the town that joins south of the A273 and merges into the M23, is reachable comfortably within a five minute drive.

This generously-proportioned dwelling currently offers approximately nine-hundred square feet of versatile accommodation arranged over two storeys, and benefited from a garage conversion carried out by the previous incumbents. The current vendors have carried out a range of sympathetic improvements during their time in residence since 2011, most notably updating the cloakroom in their first year of ownership, refurbishing the kitchen breakfast room to a modern standard in 2015, and landscaping the rear garden in 2017. The property is double glazed throughout, and benefits from gas fired central heating to modern radiators from a Potterton 'Prima' boiler that is neatly concealed within a cupboard in the kitchen. The electricity fuse board is located in the cloakroom, whilst the electricity meter is positioned in a fitted cupboard in the storm porch, and the gas meter is found in a fitted box to the front of the property below the kitchen window. A mixture of carpeting, wood effect vinyl flooring, linoleum, and tiling has been laid across the accommodation, whilst extra security is provided by battery operated smoke alarms positioned in the entrance hall and the first floor landing, outside security lighting, and a multiple locking point front entrance door.

Outside, the property is approached over a shared brick laid driveway that leads to a tandem length parking space slightly to the right hand side of the property. The front garden has a stone laid area with a block paved pathway inset that leads to the covered storm porch where primary access to the property is admitted. To the rear, there is an approximately thirty-one feet in length by twenty-four feet in width garden that is privately enclosed by wooden fencing to all sides, and consists of a timber decked area that abuts the immediate rear of the property where an outside water tap is located, a generous expanse of lawn, and a block paved patio seating area at the rear.

The ground floor opens into a spacious entrance hall with a painted wooden balustrade enclosed carpeted staircase with a fitted painted wooden hand rail that rises to the first floor landing, with a wooden door to the cloakroom, and painted wooden glazed doors to the kitchen breakfast room and the living room. The cloakroom accommodates a wash hand basin, a low level lavatory with a push touch flush button, a fitted chrome towel ring, and a fitted chrome toilet roll holder. The kitchen breakfast room has a range of matching wall and base mounted units incorporating various cupboards and drawers and a wine rack, under a 'horse shoe' shaped wood effect laminate work surface that also has a breakfast bar at one end. There are integrated appliances in the kitchen area that include a stainless steel sink with drainer and swan neck mixer tap over, an electric oven, a four ring gas hob with an extractor hood over, with space for a dish washer, and a tall free standing fridge freezer, whilst there is also a useful ventilation extractor fan. A painted wooden door from the kitchen leads to a utility room that has a wood effect laminate work surface with plumbing and space for a washer dryer, and space for a small fridge freezer, below, in addition to plumbing and space for a separate washing machine, a fitted shelf, and a single glazed wooden door to the front of the property. The living room has assumed seating space around a television point, an under stairs storage cupboard with a hanging rail, casement doors leading onto the rear garden, and an archway through to the dining room. The dining room itself is bathed in natural light by the triple aspect windows, with an access hatch to a small loft space, and further casement doors that also lead onto the rear garden.

The first floor landing has an access hatch to the primary loft space which is fully insulated and partly boarded, a built in airing cupboard with slatted wooden shelving that houses the immersion heater tank, as well as wooden doors to all three bedrooms and the bathroom. Both the second bedroom and the third bedroom enjoy a peaceful outlook upon the rear garden, and are supplemented by a family bathroom with partly tiled walls that incorporates a panel enclosed bath, a pedestal wash hand basin with swan neck mixer tap, a low level lavatory with a push touch flush button, an extractor fan, and a shaver point. The master bedroom basks in a pleasant view over the front of the home, whilst having a built in double wardrobe with a hanging rail and a shelf, a television point, ample room for a 'king' size bed and further free standing bedroom furniture, as well as a wooden door to the en suite shower room. The en suite is arranged very similarly to the family bathroom, except instead of a panel enclosed bath, there is a tiled cubicle enclosed by a folding glass screen that houses a mains fed power shower.

Please call us on 01444 220099 or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register your interest and confirm your dedicated viewing appointment.


Front Garden with Off Road Parking Space

Rear Garden Measuring Approximately 31 ft x 24 ft

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall with Stairs To First Floor


Kitchen Breakfast Room

13' 4'' x 8' 7'' (4.06m x 2.61m)

maximum x maximum

Utility Room with Door To Front

9' 6'' x 4' 7'' (2.89m x 1.40m)


Living Room with Under Stairs Cupboard & Casement Doors To Rear

15' 3'' x 12' 6'' (4.64m x 3.81m)


Dining Room with Casement Doors To Rear

15' 8'' x 7' 6'' (4.77m x 2.28m)

First Floor

Landing with Airing Cupboard & Loft Access

Third Bedroom

8' 11'' x 6' 2'' (2.72m x 1.88m)

Second Bedroom

8' 11'' x 8' 10'' (2.72m x 2.69m)

Family Bathroom

Master Bedroom with Built In Double Wardrobe

9' 8'' x 9' 7'' (2.94m x 2.92m)

En Suite Shower Room

Click to enlarge

Burgess Hill RH15 9QD
County: West Sussex
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: BH000179
British Property Award 2018 British Property Award 2019 The Property Ombudsman Rightmove OnTheMarket