A Grade II listed attached house in the centre of the High Street showcasing a wealth of period and character features, with a layout suiting a range of different lifestyles
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.
Upper Trumpkins is prominently positioned in the centre of the High Street, this distinctive and interesting Grade II listed house has all the amenities on its door step. Boasting an abundance of period and character features including large inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams, fair faced walls and original wide stave oak floor boards the property’s accommodation is arranged over 4 floors (including cellar). Believed to date from the early seventeenth century and having been extended over the years, this charming property has a layout that would suit a multitude of different lifestyles and personalities. In its current arrangement there are 4 reception rooms on the ground floor including a large sitting room with floor to ceiling windows along with a kitchen and a utility room with a shower and w.c. The first floor which has 2 staircases leading up to it, has 2 bedrooms and a bathroom with a separate walk in shower. The second floor have 2 further bedrooms, one with an en-suite w.c and wash hand basin. There is also the benefit of a tanked and tiled cellar that is accessed via the kitchen. The walled courtyard garden is private and along with a store there is side access to the High Street. Planning permission has been granted (DM/17/3785) for “Ground and first floor rear extensions, new casement window to ground floor and minor alterations”.
REQUEST A VIEWING
If you would like to request a viewing of this property simply call us on 01273 844500. However, if a call isn't convenient right now then please fill in the form below.
Oak fronted wall and base units with timber work surfaces
Gas fired ‘Aga’
Quarry tiled floor
Panelled bath with traditional style taps and hand shower attachment
Large walk in shower with wall mounted shower, hand shower attachment and glazed sliding doors
Inset wash hand basin with cupboards under
Low level w.c.
Wall mounted gas fired ‘Worcester’ boiler located in the utility room
Character and period feature including Inglenook fireplaces, wide stave oak floorboards, exposed beams and fair faced walls
The property is approached off the High Street with side access to the rear courtyard via a timber gate. The courtyard garden is predominately paved with areas of brick block and flagstone paving and is walled on all sides. There are well stocked raised sleeper beds and access to the brick built store.