A well-maintained Grade II listed cottage arranged over 3 floors with beautiful glimpses of the South Downs, situated in a prominent position in the centre of the village



Ditchling with its beautiful views of the South Downs is a historic village playing host to a selection of local shops, cafés, a church and two public houses including The Bull, an award-winning gastro pub. The larger village of Hassocks, with its mainline train station is a short drive away and provides regular rail services to London and a more comprehensive array of shops and schooling for all ages. 

Situated in a prominent position with all the village amenities on its doorstep, this quaint Grade II listed cottage offers accommodation over 3 floors. The property has 2 well-proportioned reception rooms with the light sitting room having an open fireplace with a brick surround and hearth along with engineered oak flooring. With many period and character features throughout, the property includes a useful cellar which is accessed from the dining room. The kitchen has a superb vaulted ceiling and glass extension with bi-fold doors out onto the rear garden creating the feeling of ‘outside in’. The first floor has a bedroom and modern fitted bathroom cleverly utilizing the space. Stairs lead from the first floor to a second floor landing which has a multitude of uses and a further bedroom beyond. A paved patio adjoins the rear of the property with steps leading up to a landscaped cottage garden comprising well stocked shrub and plant beds.


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Property Reference: 8625519




  • Base units

  • Oak block worksurfaces

  • Inset ‘Butler Style’ sink

  • Space for dishwasher

  • Space for fridge freezer

  • Slate tiled floor

  • Bi-fold doors out to the rear landscaped garden


  • Panelled bath with hand shower attachment

  • Wall mounted shower

  • Low level w.c. suite with concealed cistern

  • Wash hand basin with cupboards under

  • Modern heated ladder style towel radiator

  • Cupboard with space for washing machine


  • Wall mounted ‘Worcester’ gas fired boiler

  • Kitchen with vaulted glass extension and bi-fold doors onto the rear garden

  • Cellar


The property is accessed direct from the High Street. A paved patio adjoins the rear of the property with steps leading up to a paved path that continues to the rear of the garden flanked on either side by well stocked shrub and plant beds. At the end of the garden a gate opens onto a pathway with access to Church Lane.