A spacious first floor apartment enjoying a marvellous elevated vista of the bustling High Street below and glimpses of the South Downs


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.

Located in a central, elevated position this first floor apartment with views covering all aspects of the village below gives the ability to ‘gracefully watch the village go by’. Bearing all the hallmarks of a property of its era, notable features of the property are the sizable triple aspect living room with high ceilings and a beautiful fireplace with marble surround and mantel. The kitchen/breakfast room is equally as light affording the space for a breakfast table and fitted plantation shutters. The bathroom is located on the southern side of the property and benefits from both a panelled bath and fitted shower cubicle along with glimpse of the South Downs.


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Property Reference: 9493415




  • ‘Zeyko’ fitted units

  • ‘Neff’ Circotherm oven and gas hob

  • Fitted washing machine and dishwasher

  • Space for fridge

  • Space for freezer


  • Panelled bath

  • Shower cubicle with wall mounted shower and glazed door

  • Low level w.c. suite with concealed cistern


  • Beautiful large triple aspect living room

  • Entry phone system

  • Fitted plantation shutters in the kitchen and bathroom

  • Glimpses of the South Downs

  • Victorian fireplace with inset gas coal effect fire with marble surround and mantel

  • Extended lease


The property is accessed via a communal staircase from South Street with a door entry phone