Take a look at the most expensive house in Burgess Hill on Zoopla

A six-bedroom house in Silverdale Road, Burgess Hill, is currently the most expensive house for sale in the town, taking offers over £1.7m.

Friday, 25th June 2021, 11:28 am
Updated Friday, 25th June 2021, 11:31 am
Wilton House is a superb Victorian family home.

The property is on the market with Hamptons - Haywards Heath Sales and is a detached Victorian house.

It boasts six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a prep kitchen, a pantry, and four reception rooms.

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The house boasts four bedrooms.
It also has four reception rooms.
There are three bathrooms in the house.
The property has floor to ceiling bookshelves with a sliding ladder.
The property has been sympathetically refurbished and extended by the current owners to create a stylish and modern family home with superior fixtures and fittings with the finest attention to detail.
It has an exceptional plot of 0.6 of an acre, along with a studio with its own private access onto Silverdale Road
The property offers a plethora of living and entertaining space spanning to a very generous 4015 sq ft across three floors.
Features of particular note are the well-proportioned rooms throughout featuring high ceilings and impressive cornicing, original turned mahogany staircase, open fireplaces, wood flooring and large windows which provide an abundance of natural light.
The kitchen is particularly impressive with bespoke units and corian worktops.
In addition to the main kitchen there is a separate prep kitchen and walk-in pantry and generous utility room providing additional storage and worktop space.
Three further impressive reception rooms lead off the generous hallway a study, family room and double sitting room.
To the rear of the property the terrace leads to an expansive rear garden which has the benefit of being larger than most at an impressive 0.6 of an acre.
Subtly placed to the east of the garden with its own private access onto Silverdale road is the studio - this is such useful building providing flexibility for working from home or hobbies such as yoga or pottery with then the potential STPP to be converted into ancillary accommodation.