An extended and tastefully decorated 4 bedroom, late Victorian family home situated within a stone’s throw of the bustling village High Street
Hurstpierpoint is a vibrant village with a bustling High Street including a green grocers, 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 prominent position the property has the local school and High Street on its doorstep. This beautiful Victorian terraced house still retains many of the hallmarks of its era including high ceilings, large bay windows and beautifully proportioned rooms. The ground floor has 2 reception rooms with the sitting room having a wonderful bay window and a cast iron fireplace with painted timber surround and slate hearth. The family room is also of a good size and has another beautiful fireplace and character ceiling rose and coving. The kitchen/dining room with electric underfloor heating has been extended to include a vaulted ceiling and Velux windows creating a light dining space with patio doors out onto the west facing rear garden. The first floor provides a large bathroom with fitted white suite including a ‘Fired Earth’ sink unit, 2 double bedrooms (one being the master bedroom with large feature bay window) and an additional w.c. suite. Stairs lead to the second floor where there are 2 further bedrooms. The west facing landscaped rear garden comprises decking and formal lawn with a timber studio at the rear of the garden.
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Shaker style wall and base units
Inset double butler sink
Space for gas range cooker with stainless steel extractor fan over
Space for washing machine
Space for dishwasher
Space for fridge freezer
Slate tiled floor with electric underfloor heating
Panelled bath with traditional style taps, wall mounted shower, hand shower attachment and glazed shower screen
Low level w.c. suite
‘Fired Earth’ wash hand basin with cupboards under
‘Fired Earth’ half tiled walls
Engineered oak flooring in the entrance hall and bathroom
Slate tiled floor in the Kitchen/dining room
Electric underfloor heating in the kitchen
Period and Character features including high ceilings and decorative ceiling coving
West facing rear garden
The property is approached via a wrought iron gate over a block paved path with are area of shingle. Timber decking adjoins the rear of the property with steps up to an area of formal lawn flanked on either side by well stocked raised shrub and plant beds. At the end of the garden is a timber studio with light and power. A timber gate provides rear access via a neighbouring garden.