- 4 bedroom semi detached Victorian cottage in stunning rural setting
- Kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, sitting room, family room, cloakroom, bathroom and ensuite
- Beautiful gardens, patio area, vegetable garden, timber garage, parking
- Outstanding countryside views. Character features throughout
A 5 MINUTE VIRTUAL VIEWING VIDEO AVAILABLE NOW! A stunning early Victorian semi-detached, 4 bedroom house, having been the subject of extension and complete refurbishment, creating what is today a stylish rural dwelling located in a blissful setting a mile from the main road. The Lock Estate is noted for is tranquil beauty comprising farmhouses and cottages amongst open pastures and farmland, yet within easy reach of the village facilities.
The accommodation comprises an entrance hall/boot room, cloakroom, inner study hall area, kitchen breakfast room, separate dining room, sitting room and family room/study to the rear. Features include fireplaces, log burner, white painted timber windows, modern oil central heating and both a family bathroom and ensuite to the master bedroom. There is a useful utility room off the bathroom. The property has had a new roof covering, re-plumbing/heating and re-wiring. Outside the gardens are of a classic English Cottage style with numerous plantings, neat lawns, vegetable bed and secluded patios. There is parking for cars and a large timber garage. The property has open planning permission to create a two storey extension to the rear creating further living space and a master suite with ensuite bathroom and dressing room. Viewing Highly recommended.
The property is located in a idyllic rural setting close to to the village of Partridge Green which is a popular village approximately 9 miles south of Horsham. Within the thriving village there are local shops, including a convenience store, butchers, bakers and hairdressers, together with the primary school, churches, doctors surgeries, public house and a regular bus service to Brighton and Horsham. The village is within the catchment for highly regarded Steyning Grammar School and Ashurst C E Aided Primary School. The village also offers excellent links to Worthing and Brighton and the surrounding areas via the A24, A281 and A272