- Stunning period house in the heart of the village High Street
- Beautifully presented throughout with many character feathers, high specificaton fixtures and fittings
- Sitting dining room, kitchen breakfast room, family room/snug, utility and cloakroom
- Four double bedrooms, family bathroom and separate shower room
- Good size rear garden, ample parking for more than 3 cars. Planning for ground floor extension
A rare opportunity to purchase an iconic Grade ll listed High Street property. A stunning Georgian cottage beautifully presented and with typical features of that era such tall sash windows, high ceilings and the classical square symmetrical frontage. The current vendors have created a fabulous home combining the character features with comtemporary fixtures and fittings required for modern living. Other key features include a larger than average rear garden (for the location) and parking for at least four vehicles.
The accommodation includes: Large entrance hall, double aspect sitting/dining room with fireplace, second reception which could be used as a snug/playroom or study, a superb kitchen breakfast room with vaulted ceiling over looking the rear garden and with an adjacent utility room and a ground floor cloakroom. On the first floor are four double bedrooms, family bathroom and a separate shower room. The vendors have planning permission to create an additional reception room to the rear.
The house is set back from the High Street with some garden and box hedging to front on the approach to the imposing front door. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with paved patio areas ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining. The parking is behind the garden and the vendors have planning to create a carport. Properties like this don't come to the market very often. Viewing highly recommended.
Located on the bustling High Street, a variety of shops, cafes, village pubs, a library, post office and other essential facilities. The village is largely self sufficient with a highly respected primary school, modern medical centre, leisure centre, bowls and tennis clubs together with all the usual amenities you would expect from a large village. Bordering the South Downs National Park, Henfield is famous for its old railway line which now forms a wonderful conduit for walking, cycling and horse riding. The nearest main line rail service to London is Hassocks (7.5 miles) with regular trains to Brighton, Gatwick airport, Victoria and London Bridge. The A23 is about 5 miles connecting to the M25 in about 30 minutes with the A24 accessible via West Grinstead at about 5.5 miles. The market town of Horsham is about 20 minutes by car with Brighton and the coast a similar journey time to the south