Meadow View, 2 bed homes
Moat is pleased to bring to the market this two bedroom mid-terrace house, built circa 2007.
• Entrance hall with stairs to first floor
• Living/dining room. With French doors onto patio
• Fitted kitchen with a mix of base and wall units. Integrated oven, hob and extractor hood. Room for fridge/freezer, plumbed for washing machine
• Cloakroom W/C
• Landing with roof access
• Two bedrooms
• Fitted bathroom W/C with white suite. Overhead shower to bath with shower screen
• Average size rear garden with lawn. Wooden fence surround
• Off road parking for one car
• Gas central heating to radiators
• Double glazed windows
• Lease date: 125 years from 31 May 2007
• EPC rating: C (77)
Local area information
Situated in the village of Sayers Common, West Sussex. Hassocks railway station is less than four miles away with links to Brighton, Gatwick and Central London. Nearby Burgess Hill offers a good selection of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. There are several primary and secondary schools in the local area including Albourne CofE Primary School and Patcham High School. The property is conveniently situated for access onto the A23 with links to the M23 and M25 London to Brighton.
Min share price from: £135,000 for a 45% share
Full price from: £300,000
Minimum deposit from: £17,000
Monthly rent from: £331
There is only one available priced at £135,000 for a 45% share.
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