A well-presented semi-detached house showcasing a wealth of character features situated in a desirable location with a detached studio and off-street parking
Hurstpierpoint is a vibrant village with a bustling High Street including a greengrocers, deli, butchers, post office, 4 restaurants, 3 public houses and a church. The larger village of Hassocks, with its mainline train station provides regular rail services to London. There are also a range of revered state and private schools locally.
Situated in a sought-after location close to both the centre of the village and Hassocks mainline station, the property provides balanced accommodation over two floors. The ground floor has a sizable sitting room with cast iron fireplace. The property has been extended over time and benefits from a large open plan kitchen/dining/family room with patio doors out onto the rear garden along with a utility room and cloakroom/w.c. suite. The first floor provides 3 bedrooms with the master bedroom having glorious character features including stripped pine floorboards and a cast iron fireplace. There is also the benefit of a fully tiled bathroom. The gardens comprise of raised decking that adjoins the rear of the property and an area of lawn. There is a timber garden shed at the rear of the garden and a partially converted garage providing a useful store and studio with light and power. There is also a driveway with parking 2 cars.
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Shaker style wall and base units
Space for range cooker and extractor fan over
Space for dishwasher
Inset ceramic sink and drainer
Fitted ‘Lamona’ microwave
Space for ‘American Style’ fridge freezer
Panelled shower bath with wall mounted shower and curved glazed screen
Low level w.c. suite
Pedestal wash hand basin
Heated ladder style towel radiator
Wall mounted ‘Worcester’ gas fired boiler located in the utility room
Cast iron burning stove with oak surround and mantle and slate hearth
The property is approached via steps with an area of lawn to one side and shrub and plant borders. Rear access to the garden is via the driveway where there is parking for 2 cars. An area of raised decking adjoins the rear of the property leading to an expanse of lawn. A paved path runs to rear of the garden where there is a timber garden shed and a converted garage providing a useful studio and store with light and power. There is also the benefit of a driveway with parking for 2 cars