A well presented 1930’s semi-detached house with a sizable south facing rear garden and views overlooking the village recreational fields
Ditchling with its beautiful views of the South Downs is a historic village playing host to a selection of local shops, cafés, a church, post office, health centre 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 popular location just a short walk from the High Street and the school, this property benefits from a wonderful outlook over the village recreational sports fields and has glimpses of the South Downs from the rear. Built in the 1930’s and having been recently internally updated, the well proportioned rooms are light with the sitting room and master bedroom having large bay windows. The ground floor provides 2 sizable reception rooms with the sitting room benefiting from an open fireplace and the dining room having patio doors out onto the covered rear patio. The first floor has 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. The large south facing rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a covered patio adjoining the rear of the property. Within the garden is a timber summer house with light and power and two further timber garden sheds along with a greenhouse. There is also the benefit of a selection of fruit trees. There is a shared driveway with access to the garage and parking for a car at the front of the property.
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Wall and base units
Inset ‘Algor’ 4 ring gas hob with extractor fan over
Fitted ‘Indesit’ fridge freezer
Space for dishwasher
Space for washing machine
Panelled corner bath with hand shower attachment
Low level w.c. suite
Pedestal wash hand basin
Half tiled walls
Wall mounted ‘Ideal’ boiler located in the kitchen
Large south facing rear garden with a selection of pear and apple trees
Photovoltaic panels located on the roof
The property is approached over a brick block shared driveway with parking for a car. The front garden has been hard landscaped with an area of shingle bordered by a mature hedge. Rear access is via a timber gate leading to a part covered paved patio which adjoins the rear of the property leading to an expanse of lawn which is bordered on one side by well stock shrub and plant beds. There is also the benefit of an ornamental pond. A brick block paved path leads down the garden to a wisteria covered pergola and an area of lawn with a small orchard of pear and apple trees and further to this are a timber garden shed, workshop with light and power and a greenhouse.