- Rarely available and unique semi detached bungalow off the High Street
- Two double bedrooms, large sitting room, kitchen, contemporary bathroom
- Pretty secluded courtyard garden, parking for one car, summer house/office
- Well presented throughout and updated by current vendor. New roof in 2015
NO ONWARD CHAIN. A little gem! This type of property is rarely available and totally unique in this type of location just off the High Street. Brook Cottage is a 2 double bedroom semi detached bungalow tucked away in a quiet backwater off the main High Street. The current vendor has improved the accommodation and fabric of the building including replacing the roof just four years ago. An ideal purchase for a couple or single person particularly those looking to downsize and needing the convenience of being walking distance to the High Street and other key amenities.
The accommodation includes: entrance hall, large sitting room with doors to the rear, ample space for dining furniture and a working fireplace. There is an opening from this room to the kitchen breakfast room which over looks the front and has a door to the rear. There are two double bedrooms and a good size contemporary bathroom.
Outside the property is accessed via a driveway off the high street which leads up to the front where there is parking for one car. To the rear is a secluded walled courtyard garden with mature shrubs and hedging. There is a useful shed and a large summer house currently used as a outdoor office space. there is side access from the rear to the front. Viewing highly recommended.
Located just off the bustling High Street, just a short walk of its shops, cafes, library, post office and other essential facilities. The village is largely self sufficient with a highly respected primary school, modern medical centre, banks, a range of pubs and cafes, leisure centre, bowls and tennis clubs together with all the usual amenities you would expect from a large village. Bordering the South Downs National Park, Henfield is famous for its old railway line which now forms a wonderful conduit for walking, cycling and horse riding. The nearest main line rail service to London is Hassocks (7.5 miles) with regular trains to Brighton, Gatwick airport, Victoria and London Bridge. The A23 is about 5 miles connecting to the M25 in about 30 minutes with the A24 accessible via West Grinstead at about 5.5 miles. The marke.t town of Horsham is about 20 minutes by car with Brighton and the coast a similar journey time to the south.