Heydon Way, 2 bed homes
Moat is pleased to bring to the market this two bedroom mid-terrace house, built circa 2014.
Entrance hall with storage cupboard
Living/dining room open plan to kitchen. With neutral décor.
Access to balcony
Fully fitted kitchen with a mix of base and wall units in walnut & ivory split.
Integrated fridge/freezer, oven, hob, extractor hood & washer/dryer
Fully fitted bathroom W/C with white suite. Thermostatic shower & shower screen
Carpets to all non-wet areas, vinyl fitted to kitchen and bathroom
Gas central heating
Communal bike store
Lease date: 125 years from 1 April 2014
EPC rating: B (84)
Local area information
Located in the village of Broadbridge Heath in the Horsham district of West Sussex. Close by is a garden centre, post office, supermarket and pub. Horsham railway station is less than three miles away with links to Gatwick, London Bridge, London Victoria, Southampton and Portsmouth. The historic town of Horsham is nearby offering a good selection of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. There are several schools in the local area including Shelley Primary and the Millais Secondary. The property is conveniently situated for access onto the A24 with links to the M25.
Min share price from: £88,750 for a 25% share
Full price from: £355,000
Minimum deposit from: £17,750
Monthly rent from: £226
There is only one available priced at £88,750 for a 25% share.
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