This place might look familiar as it was up for sale a couple of years back. January 2014 to be precise. Now this 1960s individually architect-designed property in Haywards Heath, West Sussex is back on the market.
If we’re honest, not a lot has changed in the intervening years. Ok, a bit of the decor might have been tweaked and the odd layout changed. But by and large, the images we can see from the past listing don’t look a great deal different to the ones we are seeing now.
Not a bad thing as we loved this place first time round and still love it now. The single-storey property known as Silver Birch dates back to the 1960s. It was designed and built by an architect for his own use, although sadly we don’t have the name to hand. If you know, please do let us know, as we have been unable to find it with absolute certainty.
It has changed over time, perhaps a fairly recent upgrade, but one that has kept the look and feel of the place intact. Some nice original features too, including the beams, exposed brick and we would guess, that wonderful fireplace in the living room.
Elsewhere there are plenty of modern-era finishes, not least when it comes to the kitchens, bathrooms and most of the bedrooms.
As for the space, that includes the double aspect sitting room with vaulted ceiling and the open brick fireplace. which works as a ‘natural divide’ through to the dining area. The kitchen is as contemporary as it gets, with long granite worktops, a breakfast bar provides you with plenty of prep space. On the corner of the breakfast bar and integrated appliances.
Move on through the inner hallway with exposed white washed brick wall and you’ll find the guest suite with shower room, the family bathroom and a further bedroom. Beyond that is the master suite with walk-in wardrobe and a large bathroom.
Elsewhere is an office, which could be used as a fourth bedroom, along with the playroom, which could be used for various things, although right now it is used as a gym.
Note also that all of the main rooms have a southerly aspect and doors from the sitting room, kitchen / breakfast room, all of the bedrooms and the playroom all ope onto the garden.
Talking of that, the outside space has the main garden, along with the patio, a wooded area adjacent to the main garden, a double garage and plenty of parking at the front of the house.
The price has risen over the past two years, but not be much. The guide is £775,000.
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