- Beautifully presented and extended 4 bedroom Georgian semi detached house
- Kitchen breakfast room, sitting room, garden room, boot room/utility, shower room, family bathroom
- Large landscaped rear garden, studio, single garage. Off road parking for three cars
- Located on Henfield Common and a short walk to the village High Street and surrounding countryside
A beautifully presented Georgian Grade ll listed home located in a stunning position being on Henfield South Common and just a short walk to the High Street and all its amenities. The property has been completely refurbished throughout and extended by the current vendors creating a well balanced family home sympathetically combining character features and contemporary decor and design. Key features include stripped/oiled wood flooring, three log burners in the principle family living spaces, multi pane sash windows, feature fireplace in the master bedroom, stable door to the boot room, exposed brick, wood panelling and many other character features expected in a house of this period. In addition there is an outside studio, single garage, off road parking for at least three vehicles and a stunning landscaped rear garden.
The accommodation includes, on the ground floor: entrance hall, kitchen breakfast room, sitting room over looking the front, large green oak timber framed garden room with doors opening out to the rear patio and a useful boot room/utility with ground floor shower room. On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a small single, which could also be used as a nursery or study, and the family bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower.
The landscaped rear garden has a large patio, ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining, areas laid to lawn and multiple mature shrub and flower boarders and beds. There are raised vegetable beds and a pretty water feature and second patio/sitting area. Properties like this rarely come to the market and viewing is highly recommended.
The White House is located on the southern edge of Henfield within an easy walk of the High Street shops, cafes, pubs and other amenities also literally on the doorstep of stunning countryside walks with views to the South Downs or , being on the Common, a minutes walk away from footpaths through neighbouring woodland and farmland. Henfield is pretty much self sufficient, with super market, 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 lie in 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 8 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.