This rare gem of a property recently updated throughout whilst retainingh a wealth of period character features and situated in the heart of the village of Hurstpierpoint, within the conservation area.
The cottage has a most unusual arrangement over the upper floors with three staircases affording access to four double bedrooms. One of the top floor rooms was utilised as an artist studio by the previous owner as it enjoys some lovely Southerly views of the Downs. The front door leads directly into the reception/dining hall, leaded light double doors open from here into the sitting room, a door leads to the ground floor cloakroom re-fitted with a contemporary white suite. The kitchen is also off the dining hall and is recently totally re-fitted with a modern range of Shaker style units and contrasting solid Quartz worktops, all enjoying a lovely aspect and door out to the rear garden, concealed in a cupboard in the kitchen is a newly installed gas fired Glow Worm boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating. The sitting room is double aspect, has a lovely wide Inglenook open fireplace as its focal point, with a dining area in one corner of the room. Like the kitchen the sitting room has a set of doors out to the enclosed rear gardens. A staircase leads down to the cellar.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms both with built in wardrobe / storage cupboards, a re-fitted bathroom with modern white suite. There is an inner landing area with a storage cupboard and staircase, this staircase leads up to the one of the second floor double rooms. A further staircase comes off the main landing area and leads up to the former studio.
Outside, a pretty walled, fully enclosed rear garden, enjoying a favoured southerly aspect, laid predominantly to lawn with flower and shrub borders and there is gated side access. Opportunity to create parking within the rear garden.Read more
|Recently modernised and refurbished 4 bedroom period cottage in the village conservation area||South facing walled 40' x 35 rear garden|
|Accommodation over three floors plus a cellar||Double aspect sitting room with fabulous Inglenook fireplace|
|Second reception room - re-fitted kitchen with quartz worktops||Views to the South Downs National Park from the upper rear elevations|
|Wealth of period features are retained||New white bathroom and sanitary fittings throughout|
|New gas fired central heating system with Glow Worm boiler||Council tax band D - Energy performance rating E|