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4 Bedroom House

West Street, East Grinstead, RH19

Guide price £ 800,000

Call the Horsham branch on 01403 217585


  • Four Bedroom Home
  • Character Property
  • In the Heart of East Grinstead Town Centre
  • Potential to Extend (STPP)
  • Ample Parking
  • Exceptionally Large Rear Garden
  • Outbuildings
  • EPC Rating: E


Property Description:

*Guide Price of £800,000 - 850,000*

Large 'L' shaped garden with potential to develop. Please contact the office to discuss this fantastic opportunity.

This Elegant Gr II listed detached home in East Grinstead. Renowned for its historic and picturesque architecture and recently voted as one of the ten most desirable UK Market Towns in which to live, East Grinstead offers residents an abundance of national and independent shopping, excellent education for all ages, and a host of restaurants, bars and eateries. Recreational activities include the popular Chequer Mead Theatre and Arts Centre as well as a leisure centre and the highly regarded Chartham Park. Further outdoor activities are found in the beautiful surrounding countryside including Ashdown Forest, Weirwood Reservoir and the famous Bluebell Railway. The town's main line train station offers regular services to London Bridge and Victoria whilst close proximity of the M23 and M25 means that Gatwick, Brighton and other domestic and International destinations are easily accessible.
*Guide Price of £800,000 - 850,000*

Built in the early 19th Century Grove House is situated on, arguably, the most prestigious road in East Grinstead. With a well-documented and fascinating history, this Gr II listed property retains many of the graceful characteristics synonymous with the Georgian era. Set back from the road and approached via a double stairway and elegant entrance, the home has a very large hallway off which all the accommodation is accessed. On the ground floor is a very spacious living room running the length on the property which has French doors giving access into the rear garden. Directly opposite are two more reception rooms, one currently used as a dining room which leads into the kitchen. On the first floor are four good sized double bedrooms, some very useful storage and a charming family bathroom. The interior is flooded with natural light coming in through sash windows and feature fireplaces are found in most rooms. Externally there are useful outbuildings, parking for numerous cars and a huge rear garden which has potential for a further residence subject to planning permission.

Situated on a quiet street yet within walking distance to the centre of town, this superb property must be viewed to be truly appreciated. Viewings are highly recommended.


Call the Horsham branch on 01403 217585