4 bedroom town house for saleHigh Street, Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex, BN6
- Period Town House
- Grade II Listed Building
- Beautiful Period Features
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Large Garden
- Converted Barn
- Central High Street Location
This home benefits from a wealth of original features lovingly updated to a high quality to include an award from the Hurstpierpoint Society for quality and historical detail. This home offers the purchaser high specification utilities within a period residence - seamlessly mixing the old and new, but allowing the owner all the benefits of modern day living, such as a state of the art Hive heating system. The home offers excellent living accommodation and the property has good parking facilities and an exceptionally large rear garden with pretty views of the historic church spire.
There is a stunning sitting room with wooden floor, a beautiful feature window overlooking the front and a lovely fire surround which houses a woodburner. A feature arch way leads through an office space and a farm house door opens into a stunning kitchen. The kitchen/dining area is beautifully fitted with shaker style cream units, a slate tiled floor and a lovely grey granite work surface over. There is an ample space for a good size family dining table.
This Grade ll listed home has a wealth of original features and has a beautiful picture window on the first floor landing overlooking the rear of the property. There are four bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities. There is also a beautifully fitted family bathroom with wooden floor and modern roll top bath.
The garden is well planted and is large in size – it is primarily laid to lawn with plant and shrub borders, but has the benefit of many different sections and areas ideal for enjoying at different times of the day and through the seasons. There is also a lovely private patio area ideal for alfresco dining. There is a greenhouse with power, two sheds, again one with power.
A huge unexpected surprise at this property is the large, detached brick built barn which offers a further dimension to the current living accommodation. The barn has a power and water supply and the current owners use the space as a wonderful entertaining area, ideal for large gatherings, meals and dinner parties. The space is flexible and could also be used as a gym, studio/office, annex etc.
Parking is excellent with off street parking and a large integral garage that can be accessed internally from the home or external from remotely operated electric double garage doors. There is also a good sized cellar at the property.
This beautiful period residence offers the purchaser a chance to live in the heart of Hurstpierpoint being located directly on the popular High Street. If it is an eclectic village life style you crave, Hurstpierpoint won’t disappoint where there is a superb array of shops, pubs and restaurants. There are wonderful events to take in such as village shopping days, The St Lawrence Fair and The Hurst Festival all of which are the perfect opportunities for villagers to come together and enjoy each other’s company and the community spirt. Excellent catchment area state and private schools are very close by and transport links are superb. Hassocks railway station is within two miles to the east and offers regular services to London Gatwick, Brighton and Hove. Access to the A23 is also very close by.
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