- Period detached cottage in nearly 0.25 of an acre
- Completely restored and fully modernised
- Double carport with separate multipurpose room above
- Walking distance of local shop
WATCH OUR ONLINE VIDEO TOUR! The Old Cottage is Grade II listed and is thought to date back to 1540, having originally been a pair of farm workers cottages. Today, this pretty cottage stands in just under a quarter of an acre of well stocked and maintained garden.
A block paved driveway runs down the side of the house to a large turning and parking area in front of a modern oak framed double carport which has a multipurpose room above with separate WC.
Much attention to detail has gone into the renovations which have been carefully recorded in pictures, showing a works being done.
The property now offers supremely comfortable 3 bedroom living in characterful and stylish rooms which comprise in brief of a reception hall, cloakroom/shower room, luxury fitted kitchen, large utility room, sitting / dining room, separate main lounge, 3 first floor bedrooms and a stunning bathroom. There are extensive wardrobes and cupboards in the main bedroom and there are also fitted cupboards to bedroom 2.
Above the carport and accessed via an external staircase is a large office, games room or guest bedroom with a separate WC and sink.
The gardens are a particular feature of the property with a number of different areas in which to sit to relax or enjoy some alfresco dining. The rear of the property is utterly secluded and protected. There are all mains services connected including gas central heating to radiators.
The property will appeal to a purchaser seeking a period home of real character within a good sized plot that benefits from being in very good condition. The village of Cuckfield stands about 2.5 miles due west of the market town of Haywards Heath where a mainline railway station provides fast regular services to London Bridge and Victoria (from about 45 mins) together with Thames Link services. The village itself has always been extremely sought after due to its picturesque High Street and church, excellent primary and secondary schools plus its proximity to employment centres such as Brighton, Horsham Gatwick airport and Crawley, all of which are within half an hour by car. Pavement access directly out front leads to the COOP general store on the corner, just 200 yards away. Public footpaths nearby lead to numerous beautiful walks in and around Cuckfield.