3 Bedroom Town House
Only by internal inspection can this beautifully presented and deceptively spacious period home be fully appreciated. With accommodation in excess of 1300 square feet which is arranged over four floors, having been the subject of extensive modernisation and enhancement over recent years. On the ground floor a small entrance porch leads into the bay fronted sitting room, a cast iron Morso solid fuel burning stove forms the focal point for this room, oak flooring flows through the sitting room and into the dining room where another fireplace, this time Victorian in style with tiled inserts and a cast iron surround, double doors open into the refitted kitchen. The handmade bespoke quality kitchen was refitted in 2015, hand painted in Farrow and Ball colours with solid marble worktops and a twin bowl butler sink, a larder cupboard has been created which also includes a solid marble cooling shelf. A double glazed atrium style glass roof ensures this room is bathed in light whilst underfloor heated limestone floor tiles provided hidden warmth. The kitchen is open plan to the orangery utilised by our clients as a breakfast room and enjoying an outlook over and double doors out to the rear garden. Between the sitting and dining rooms a staircase leads down to:- lower ground floor/study 17’9 x 13’2, this sizeable room has a window affording natural light, a built-in / understairs storage cupboard and natural wood herringbone patterned flooring. On the first floor is the second bedroom with built-in cupboard, cast iron Victorian style fireplace and lovely views across roof tops to the South Downs. Across the landing from the second bedroom is the luxuriously refitted family bath and shower room, A stand alone roll top Victorian style bath forms the centre piece of the bathroom with complementing white suite by the ‘Imperial Bathroom Company’. There is an oversized shower cubicle with ‘Swadling The Invincible’ shower unit, stunning views to the North over the Sussex Weald. On the second floor, there are two further double bedrooms, the larger of the two being the master which has a high ceiling and both enjoy the best views both North and South. Outside, a brick paved hardstanding to the front of the house provides off road parking for one car, there is a single garage at the far end of the rear garden accessed via a vehicular right of way through electronic gates at No. 29 High Street. The rear garden has been landscaped with limestone patios and brick paved pathways having adjoining raised brick planters, part way down the garden is an outside WC/gardeners bothy having power connected.
|Beautifully presented Grade II listed town house within the village conservation area||Deceptively spacious accommodation arranged over four floors|
|Sympathetically updated and improved over recent years||Stunning views both South across the Church to the South Downs and North to the Sussex Weald|
|Open plan kitchen with glass roof atrium and adjoining orangery opens onto the rear garden||Lower ground floor converted to a study/home office|
|Luxuriously fitted bath and shower room with freestanding roll top bath||Landscaped 100’ long rear garden with single garage at the far end, off road parking to front|
|Bay fronted sitting room with fitted Morso cast iron solid fuel stove||Council Tax Band: E / EPC Rating: D|