- Ground Floor Flat
- Very Well Presented
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Updated En-Suite Shower Room
- Modern Bathroom
- Good Sized Sitting Room
- Parking Space
- Short Stroll from Town Centre
- No Chain
A very well presented, ground floor flat, comprising two double bedrooms, updated en-suite shower room, modern bathroom and kitchen and a good sized sitting room, complete with double glazing, modern boiler and parking space, all a short stroll from the town centre. NO CHAIN. EPC Rating C.
Flat 1, Westwood Mews forms a good-sized ground floor flat in a small, modern development, completed approximately ten years ago. The accommodation has been recently redecorated throughout, but also enjoys an updated boiler, modernised en-suite, double glazing and a modern kitchen.
One enters the flat via a communal front door to the open communal hallway, with a private front door to the flat. The entrance hall is a large L shaped corridor, with access to a coat cupboard.
The far door provides access to the dual aspect sitting room, with windows to front and side, radiator and door to the kitchen. The kitchen provides a range of white cupboards and drawers, with black granite effect worktops and slate effect flooring. Integrated appliances include a fridge/freezer, washing machine, electric oven and hob with extractor above, one and a half bowl sink with drainer and the wall mounted boiler.
The main bedroom is accessed from the hall, with a window to rear with a fitted blind, door to a cupboard and door to the recently upgraded en-suite, complete with shower, WC, basin, electric anti-mist mirror, tiled walls and floor, extractor fan and heated towel rail.
The second bedroom is accessed via a door by the front door, with a window to rear and a door to a fitted cupboard.
The bathroom comprises a white panelled bath with mixer tap, pedestal basin, WC, heated towel rail, tiled walls and linoleum flooring, extractor fan and mirrored cupboard.
Outside there is an allocated parking space adjacent to the front path, and the property is located just by the old station, approximately 100 yards from Sainsbury's and Tesco’s, and approximately 50 yards from the nearest shops.
Heathfield provides extensive facilities, including supermarkets, banks, post office, library, vets, doctors, cafes, restaurants, take-aways, ironmongers, greengrocer, florists, jewellers and antiques/collectables to name but a few, plus other commercial, industrial and professional services. The nearby village of Broad Oak has a general store and Post Office.
The vibrant spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells lies around 13 miles to the north and has an array of well-regarded restaurants, a choice of supermarkets, extensive shopping, independent outlets and leisure facilities.
The bustling town of Brighton is around 25 miles distant and the wonderful south coast beaches are within easy reach at Eastbourne and Pevensey.
Schooling in the area is excellent: there is a well-regarded pre-school and primary school in Heathfield, Broad Oak and Mayfield, as well as community colleges in Heathfield and Wadhurst, whilst Skippers Hill and Mayfield School for Girls offer excellent local private choices.
The nearest mainline stations are at Stonegate around 6.5 miles away and Buxted, approximately 7 miles away, with services to London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross in around 75 minutes. The A21 with its access to the M25 is within easy reach.
There is also excellent access to local footpaths, the Cuckoo Trail, Bewl Reservoir, Buxted Park Hotel, Bedgebury Pinetum and several National Trust properties.
Mains electricity, water and drainage, electric boiler for central heating.
Council Tax Band: B.
We are informed that there is the remainder of a 99 year lease from 15th March 2007 (84 years).
We are informed that service charges (to include buildings insurance) is circa £550 per annum, and that ground rent is £150 per annum.