A 3 bedroom semi-detached house built in the late 1920's and situated in this lovely rural location overlooking the South Downs to the front with a 103’ rear garden backing onto farmland. The property offers potential for further improvement and extending (subject to any necessary consents).
The house is situated near Plumpton College and within a 5 minute drive of Plumpton village and the railway station. The centre of the sought after village of Ditchling is 2.5 miles away and Hassocks is about 3.9 miles. Burgess Hill and Lewes are both about a 15 minutes’ drive away.
This property offers you rare opportunity to acquire a rural property nestling at the foot of the South Downs which offers great potential.
The accommodation comprises an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and a sitting room with engineered oak flooring and a woodburning stove which helps heat the entire house. Double doors lead onto a raised outside decking area.The kitchen/dining room was refitted in 2012 with white units and oak worktops. Integral appliances include; electric oven, hob, extractor fan and microwave and there is space for a fridge-freezer and dishwasher. A utility cupboard houses the washing machine and there is a door to the garden.
The first floor landing provides a view over the South Downs and access to the loft and airing cupboard. There are 3 bedrooms, 2 double bedrooms and a decent sized 3rd bedroom which is currently used as a dressing room. The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite.
Outside there is a south facing front garden with vegetable patch and a hardstanding providing off road parking for 2 cars. The 103 x 43’ north facing rear garden has been cleverly configured into 3 sections. Adjoining the house there is a raised decking area for entertaining with a patio extending the full width of the house. The middle section is mainly laid to lawn leading to the end of the garden full of mature trees and shrubs with a 20’ x 10’ workshop with power and lighting. This could be used as a home office or children’s playroom. The garden is adjoins farmland to the rear and benefits from a small pond, outside tap as well as two other timber sheds.
Benefits include double glazed windows throughout, electric storage heating and a new immersion tank replaced in 2014.
|Entrance Hall||Sitting Room|
|Kitchen/Dining Room||3 Bedrooms|
|Family Bathroom||South Facing Front Garden|
|103' Rear Garden||Workshop|
|Council Tax Band D||EPC Rating E|