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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Church Lane, Henfield, West Sussex

Guide Price £795,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance hall,
  • Dining room, sitting room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, utility
  • Master bedroom
  • 2 further double bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Annexe (currently used as holiday let):
  • Sitting room, kitchen, utility, bedroom with en-suite bathroom
  • In all 1799 SqFt
  • Wood store, garden, garage

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Believed to date back, in part, to the 1400's, with later additions, Old Tudor Cottage is a charming Grade II listed detached cottage in an enviable location in the heart of the village, with an attached 1 bed annexe (accessed separately or via the cottage). The property is beautifully presented and comprises; welcoming entrance hall, double aspect sitting room with inglenook multi-fuel fireplace and stove, dining room with part vaulted ceiling and kitchen/breakfast room with electric range cooker and access to the garden. On the first floor are 3 double bedrooms and a well-fitted family bathroom with roll top bath. The attached one bedroom annexe comprises a sitting room, bedroom with en-suite bathroom, kitchen and utility room. The property has a wealth of period features including; flagstone flooring, exposed beams and brickwork throughout, latched oak doors and stable door to the annexe. Old Tudor Cottage is further enhanced by a secluded east-facing rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with numerous fruit trees, shrub borders and a raised vegetable garden. There are also different patio areas, perfect for catching the sun at different times of the day and alfresco dining. The detached single garage, with driveway, provides additional parking and is located a short distance from the property along the lane.

The property is located in the thriving West Sussex village of Henfield with its assortment of local independent shops together with a supermarket, public houses and restaurants. For a more comprehensive range of amenities Brighton and Horsham are both within easy access by road. For rail links, Burgess Hill provides a fast and regular mainline service to London Victoria (53 mins) and London Bridge (55 mins). There are excellent sporting and recreational facilities including golf at Mannings Heath and Pycombe, show jumping at Hickstead, horse racing at Brighton, Plumpton and Goodwood and sailing at Brighton and Chichester. The south Downs, now a National Park, provides many miles of beautiful walks and bridle paths.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 September 2016

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