- Charming Grade ll listed detached cottage walking distance to High Street and other amenities
- Sitting room, family room with Inglenook fireplace, kitchen, utility, three bedrooms, two bathrooms
- Pretty walled garden, garage and parking.
- Period features throughout including fireplaces, exposed timber and beams and latched doors
A rare opportunity to purchase a charming Grade ll listed cottage within walking distance to the village High Street and close to countryside walks. The property is beautifully presented throughout and has many period features alongside contemporary fixtures and fittings suited to modern living. Wisteria Cottage was constructed around the 17th Century and extended to the rear in the middle part of the 20th Century. There is extensive period detailing on both floors and these include an inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers and beams, leaded light windows, a vaulted ceiling in the master bedroom and some latched internal doors. Other key features include a detached garage, off road parking and secluded pretty walled gardens.
The accommodation includes: entrance hall, sitting room with Inglenook fireplace, a second large reception room to the front also with a fireplace, contemporary kitchen with useful utility room and doors to the rear and the front garden plus a ground floor cloakroom. On the first floor are three bedrooms with the two main bedrooms having ensuites and the master also has a dressing room.
Viewing highly recommended.
Wisteria Cottage is located on the southern edge of Henfield within an easy walk of the High Street shops, cafes, pubs and other amenities also literally round the corner from stunning countryside walks with views to the South Downs. The village common is five minutes walk away with footpaths through neighbouring woodland and farmland. Henfield is pretty much self sufficient, with a supermarket, post office, chemist, doctors and dentist's surgeries and a range specialist retailers. There are also a few traditional pubs. The village primary school of St Peters is not far from the pretty village church which lies within the centre of the oldest part of Henfield. The larger towns of Burgess Hill, Horsham and Brighton city centre are all less than 30 minutes away by car. Mainline rail services to London Bridge and Victoria can be found at Hassocks about 9 miles away. The old railway line that ran through the village is now a footpath/bridleway and a perfect location for cycling, running and dog walking.