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Quiet home on exclusive road

By Crawley News  |  Posted: May 02, 2012

EXCLUSIVE: Little Coppice is one of the many amazing homes in Domewood

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Despite its idyllic setting, which is perfect for entertaining or inviting friends over for a dip in the pool, Domewood is within easy reach of the M23, Gatwick Airport and Crawley town centre.

Similar in many ways to East Grinstead's Dormans Park – home to the likes of Peter Andre – it is a private road with a collection of incredible homes many of us can only dream of.

Nick Gulliver, a senior marketing consultant at Cubitt and West, said: "Private is definitely the best way to describe Domewood.

"It's a select road with lots of old, quirky properties.

"It has a very quiet, rural feel to it and it's unusual to find that in such a prime location for transport links.

"It's like Dormans Park without the celebrities and there is no upper price limit.

"Some of the houses are breathtaking. You just think 'wow' when you look at them."

One of the houses in Domewood is currently on the market for £750,000.

Little Coppice has many of the features typical of a house in the plush road, including remote control gates and over half an acre of grounds with a heated outdoor swimming pool.

There is also plenty of space in the gardens for young adventurers to explore.

Inside, a drawing room provides the perfect setting for a dinner party.

The bright room has windows on three sides and a bar area which opens out to the dining room.

The house has two kitchens, three bedrooms, two with en-suites, and a further bathroom downstairs.

There are also solid oak doors throughout, made from local trees.

Mr Gulliver added: "It has a real country house feel about it. It's got its own swimming pool so you'll feel like you're on a weekend break.

"It also has three garages and a large circular drive so there's plenty of space for visitors."

To set up a viewing of Little Coppice call Cubitt and West on 01342 314324.

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