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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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
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.