This spacious semi-detached period home stands in a tree lined road right in the heart of the sought after downland village of Hassocks, excellent for the high street shops, schooling for all age groups and for the main line railway station with its commuter links both into London and the city of Brighton and Hove.
Purchased by our clients in 2016 in need of modernisation and subsequently updated, extended and improved to create what we consider to be an excellent example of a modern family home whilst retaining the character features of a Victorian period home.
An entrance porch and Upvc double glazed front door leads into the hall retaining period features and with the staircase rising to the first floor. There is a bay fronted sitting room with cast iron fireplace and exposed wooden floorboards, sliding wooden doors lead from here to the second reception room that our clients utilise as a family room/tv room, an opening leads through to the re-fitted and extended kitchen/dining room. Re-fitted and extended in 2018 with a partially vaulted ceiling over the dining area having three large Velux windows and a set of bi-fold doors out to the rear garden, the kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a light grey coloured range of shaker style units at both eye and base level with contrasting solid wood worktops and chrome rail door furniture, an island peninsula has a double butler sink with storage cupboards and wine racking beneath. There is space for a range cooker and space for a tall fridge freezer. A doorway leads to the rear lobby with a recess ideal for a domestic appliance and doors to both the conservatory and re-fitted cloakroom/wc.
On the first floor a landing access all principal first floor rooms, with a further staircase rinsing to the second floor. Bedroom two is a good sized double room with an outlook to the rear of the property, a door leads in to the en-suite shower/wet room which is fully tiled and has a small window for natural light. Bedroom three is again a double with a bay window to the front elevation. Bedroom is a single room and ideal as a home office/study or childs bedroom. There is a family bathroom re-fitted with a white suite and with a built in cupboard that houses the Glow Worm gas fired combination boiler.
The second floor has a small landing area with a window to the rear and a door leads into the impressive master bedroom suite, with dressing area, recess ideal as a home office space, access to the eaves storage and a set of double doors with a Juliet balcony to the rear. The en-suite shower room is fitted with a white suite and includes a Triton T80 thermostatic shower.
Outside, an area of front garden with various plants and shrubs, a private driveway provides off road parking for two/three vehicles and a side access gate leads into the West facing 65’ long rear garden. The rear garden has a substantial patio adjoining the house and conservatory with the remainder arranged to lawns, shrub beds and vegetable plots, at the far end is a timber garden shed. Read more
|Deceptively spacious accommodation arranged over three floors
||65’ West facing enclosed rear garden
|Many period features retained
||Four bedrooms with two en-suites plus a family bathroom
|Re-fitted and extended Kitchen/dining room with bi-fold doors
||Bay fronted sitting room – Further separate reception room
|Ground floor cloakroom – Upvc double glazed conservatory
||Entire second floor is a master bedroom suite with double doors and a Juliet balcony
|Excellent centre of village location, great for shops, schools and main line station
||Council tax band D – Energy performance rating D