- A stunning 3 bedroom Grade II listed cottage
- Offering much charm and character with exposed timbers and fireplaces
- Pretty south facing, good size garden backing on to fields
- EPC: F No onward chain
A stunning 3 bedroom end of terrace listed cottage that has been carefully restored and maintained by the current owner. Coming to the market for the first time in 25 years the property offers much charm and character with many period features having been retained including exposed timbers and fireplaces.
The accommodation comprises sitting room with open fireplace, dining room, fully fitted kitchen and WC, there are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. Ample cupboard storage.
A large and pretty south facing rear garden backs onto open fields. There is a good sized patio which abuts the house and other areas of interest including a fir tree which sits centrally in the lawn.
The cottage is set back from the road, with the driveway providing parking for 3-4 vehicles. There is a pavement at the front which provides access to the village green, playground, bus stop and public house and the nearby village hall to the other direction.
Oil fired central heating. Mains drainage. Internal viewing highly recommended. No onward chain.
Please note that these photos were taken prior to the current tenancy.
Staplefield is famous for its pretty cricket green with two pubs on opposite sides, the church at St Marks and the glorious countryside that surrounds it. Access to the A23 dual carriageway at Handcross is just 2 miles or so with connections to Gatwick airport, Brighton and the M25. Haywards Heath railway station is about 10 mins drive with mainline services into London Bridge and Victoria from about 45 mins.
A pedestrian right of way from the center terrace house exists across the back of the house.
COUNCIL TAX BAND – ‘C’
Mid Sussex District Council
Strictly by confirmed appointment only through vendors sole agents Marcus Grimes & Company – Cuckfield office
From Handcross village on the A23 take signposts to Cuckfield along the B2114. After a mile and a half proceed through the village of Staplefield and the entrance to 1 Barnhall Cottages can be found on the right hand side just before the village hall.