- Detached 'chocolate box' cottage in large gardens
- Period beamed cottage in good condition
- Detached garage with electric roller door
- Vacant possession. No chain. EPC F
This period beamed cottage is single storey and probably dates back 200 years. Formerly a pair of cottages overlooking the London to Brighton Road at Bolney, the dwelling has been converted into a single property and significantly extended at the rear to create, what is now, 2 double bedrooms, one with large ensuite plus a separate bathroom. The hallway is protected by a storm porch to the front. A sitting room has a fitted cast iron wood burner with cupboards to either side and a charming separate dining room adjacent to the well fitted kitchen. There is modern oil fired central heating to radiators and either secondary glazing (to the period front windows) or uPVC double glazed doors and windows to the rear which includes a south facing conservatory. Outside the garden is about 36 metres in length from the back door and comprises neat lawn enclosed by mature hedging and trees provide total seclusion and privacy. The garage has a driveway in front with parking along the frontage. This is a character cottage, set alone along the Old London Road with westerly views over farmland. It is walking distance of the Castle pub, Hickstead (the famous equestrian venue), a Shell service station and shop. Local bus services are also available within an easy walk. The A23 is adjacent on the other side of a thick hedge plantation and is accessed at the end of the road. This gives easy road access to Gatwick airport, Crawley and the M25. To the other direction Brighton is 15 minutes drive with Burgess Hill town centre and mainline railway station a 10 minute car drive. Local footpaths are close by.