As rare as a hen’s teeth
A very rare property indeed. Haslett Avenue was named after Dame Caroline Haslett, a locally born and nationally acclaimed electrical engineer, campaigner, educationalist, suffragette and a feminist role model. It is here that a property has been brought to the market for the first time in years and is right in the heart of Crawley Town. All amenities and transport links are directly on its doorstep.
This was a residential dwelling, when built, in Edwardian times and is one of the hundreds, built locally at that time. It now proudly stands alone as the others have been demolished and replaced by modern commercial buildings as the West Sussex town has grown.
This lot is made up of many spacious rooms, including a kitchen, lavatory and private courtyard.
Whatever the future holds for this freehold property, we are extremely enthusiastic to see who will be the winning bidder, once the gavel falls!
One not to be missed, going under the hammer this month at The Holiday Inn, Povey Cross Road, Horley, Surrey, RH6 0BA.