- Pretty 2 bedroom period cottage
- Recently renovated from top to bottom
- Private courtyard garden
- Central Hurstpierpoint location
- Brilliant first time buy, second home, BTL or holiday home!
- Call us today. No chain!
A completely renovated period cottage standing within this famous and architecturally interesting terrace on the picturesque High Street in Hurstpierpoint. Thought to date from 1830 this terrace is listed Grade II. Constructed in a Roman cement rendered finish under a slate roof they have classic scallop gables and pretty mullion windows. Internally the cottage enjoys accommodation of an airy sitting room with chimney breast and fireplace, well fitted modern kitchen, rear hallway and ground floor shower room, upstairs there is a large double bedroom overlooking the High Street and a further second bedroom at the rear. Outside the property benefits from an enclosed courtyard garden, with small picket fence bounded area of 'astro' turf. Features include a recently installed gas fired boiler, under floor heating to the bathroom and secondary glazing. This gorgeous cottage will appeal to a home owner seeking a substantial, beautifully presented and maintained home in the heart of the village or a 'buy to let' investor (likely monthly rent about £995). Internal inspection is thoroughly recommended. Call us today. Priced realistically to sell.
Located on the High Street itself within this most sought after and ancient village with its bustling shops, cafes and pubs. Hurstpierpoint offers an excellent all round range of amenities which include a first class primary school, medical centre, library and village hall, tennis courts, picturesque church, restaurants and much more besides. It is only a mile or so from Hassocks railway station where mainline services into London Bridge and Victoria start from circa 1 hour. The South Downs can be accessed quickly on foot from a number of nearby public footpaths. The A23 dual carriageway linking Brighton to the M25 is just a 5 minute drive to the west.