Mr & Mrs Bell, Kent
"Thank you very much for securing the price we wanted for our property. We are both delighted with the short time frame too."
This delightful period cottage is believed to date back to 1823 and was originally a chapel and later part of a village pub from which the property gets its name. The accommodation comprises of, large living room with attractive woodburning stove, a beautiful kitchen/dining area that has been finished to a high standard with double doors opening on to the garden. Stairs rise to the first floor where there are three sizable double bedrooms, one with en suite, a smaller single bedroom come study and a family bathroom. Externally there is off road parking for up to three cars, a beautiful garden with patio area and stunning far-reaching views over surrounding farmland. This cottage is packed with character, charm and countless period features making it a truly unique home. Viewing highly recommended.
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An attractive detached bungalow situated towards the end of a private country lane offering a peaceful setting with attractive gardens and a high degree of privacy.
This lovely home has been the subject of recent updating and modernisation and offers flexible accommodation to include a spacious entrance hall which provides access to the inner hallway with study area off which there is a double aspect sitting dining room filled with natural light with feature fireplace and doors to the garden. The kitchen sits to the rear of this room which makes the space ideal for entertaining. The kitchen offers a range of fitted wall and base units with built in appliances, a Rangemaster cooker and a picture window with views over the garden. There are three generous bedroom all with built in storage and hanging space and a family bathroom with a fitted suite of L Shaped bath with Aqualisa shower over, vanity unit, wc and heated towel rail.
From the entrance hall there is a store room which offers potential for conversion.
The gardens which back on to woodland are a particular feature of the property being predominantly laid to lawn with paved sun terrace, established planting, herbaceous borders and shrubs. A perfect place to enjoy the outdoors and entertain friends during the summer months. There is a gravel driveway offering parking and access to garaging.
The property is situated in the popular village of Danehill surrounded by glorious countryside with the nearby Ashdown Forest providing lovely walks and opportunities to ride. Nearby golf courses are Piltdown and Royal Ashdown Forest whilst sailing is available at Weir Wood. The village itself benefits from a local church, public house, primary school and is home to Cumnor House Preparatory School. Nearby Horsted Keynes provides a village store and further public houses, and the town of Haywards Heath (approximately 7 miles) has a wider range of shopping including major brand supermarkets, a large leisure centre, and mainline railway station with a fast and frequent service to London (Victoria and London Bridge) in approximately 45 minutes.
Further afield are the towns of East Grinstead, Tunbridge Wells, Lewes, and the popular city of Brighton and Hove. In addition to Cumnor House in Danehill there are many excellent schools in the area, including Great Walstead, Brambletye and Ashdown House Preparatory Schools, Ardingly and Hurstpierpoint Colleges, Worth School and Burgess Hill School for Girls.
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