Virtual tour available. A charming period 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom cottage with large living room dining room, a useful ground floor cloakroom, conservatory and 'eat-in' kitchen. There are enclosed and private west facing courtyard gardens, brick and tile outhouse and parking at the rear. Often referred to as Marshalls Terrace these pretty Victorian cottages stand proudly on the main High Street in the heart of the Conservation Area with instant and easy access to the shops, cafes and other High Street amenities. The cottage itself is beautifully presented and fully modernised with a fully fitted kitchen and very spacious sitting room dining room. There is a chimney breast with fireplace which is fitted with an electric log effect fire. Upstairs the former bedroom 3 has been converted into a lovely ensuite for the master bedroom (this could easily revert back to a third bedroom if required), there is also a second full bathroom for the guest bedroom. Outside the conservatory leads out on to a maintenance free courtyard garden that faces due west with room for lots of pots and troughs to grow flowers and create interest and colour. A brick and tile former privy and log store now makes for excellent outhouse storage. A gate from the gardens leads out to the carpark where the cottage has a fully allocated space (two smaller cars might fit onto the space). Gas central heating is provided from a Potterton boiler which heats the radiators and supplies hot water to the Megaflow pressurised hot water system. Double glazed windows to timber casements are fitted front and back. The loft has a drop down ladder with electric light and is boarded for the majority. Situated on the picturesque High Street the property is within a stones throw of the bustling shops, cafes, restaurants and boutiques. Cuckfield has a convenience store that supplies most everyday grocery, news and off licence requirements. The are village has a stunning and ancient church, famous spa hotel and is surrounded by beautiful woodland and open countryside. The cottage is within a short walk of the recreation ground and a couple of minutes stroll of the public footpaths that link up with New England woods. Haywards Heath town centre is 2.5 miles with a mainline railway station connecting to London Bridge and Victoria.