- Large four bedroom detached character house off the village High Street
- 35ft Sitting dining room, conservatory, kitchen, two bathrooms, two home office areas
- large walled courtyard gardens, parking for at least two cars
- Unique secluded location in the centre of the village
NO ONWARD CHAIN. A rare opportunity to purchase an historic and unique four bedroom detached house converted many years ago from a mews and located just off the picturesque High Street behind oak gates. A key feature for this type of location is the fact that it has a driveway providing parking for two cars. The property is light and spacious throughout and has the potential to create further bedrooms if required. Properties like this rarely come to the market.
The accommodation includes, on the ground floor: a stable door opening into the porch and the central entrance hall, a 35’ sitting/dining room with doors opening onto a south facing terrace, conservatory with doors to the side garden, a contemporary well fitted kitchen with its original stable floor and a door to a pantry/utility room and a spacious ground floor master bedroom with dressing area and ensuite bathroom. A wrought iron spiral staircase leads up to the first floor where there are two large open plan home offices, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The offices are also accessible from an external iron staircase.
Outside there is a large walled south facing courtyard garden. It is pretty cottage style garden with a number of raised flower beds and various mature shrubs and trees. There is also a pond with a water feature. In all a substantial property in a convenient and secluded location off the high street with parking. Viewing Highly recommended.
Hurstpierpoint is a vibrant rural village in West Sussex lying at edge of the South Downs National Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This historic village is overflowing with character and history with a wealth of period architecture whilst also providing an extensive range of shops and amenities including public houses, restaurants, churches and a choice of excellent state and private primary and secondary schools. The main line railway station at Hassocks provides fast train services to both London and Brighton and is just approximately 1.5 miles away. The A23 about a 5 minute drive away provides access to the cosmopolitan city of Brighton and Hove with its excellent entertainment facilities, theatres, restaurants, clubs, cinemas and marina in addition to Gatwick International Airport and the M25. Lapwings is situated in the heart of this beautiful bustling village.