Honeysuckle Cottage is a delightful period cottage set in the ever-popular Downland village of East Ashling. The cottage gives a feel of its history and although requiring
modernisation, it offers great character combined with the potential to extend to the first floor, subject to the necessary consents. Particular features of note include the southerly aspect cottage garden, a cellar and off-road parking for one car to the front of the property.
On entering the cottage, a porch leads in to the dining room which is an extension to the side of the cottage, providing additional reception space. This room features tiled flooring and an exposed brick fireplace with a wood burning stove (not tested). Located at the back of this room is a study area with a roof light. A door from the dining room leads into the cosy sitting room, with stripped wood flooring and an exposed brick fireplace. From the sitting room, there are stairs that lead down to the cellar. The kitchen/family room provides a social, open space and features tiled flooring, a further exposed brick fireplace and the kitchen area with natural light provided via a roof light. The kitchen currently features a selection of non-fitted units and a range cooker, with space for a breakfast table in the middle of the room. Leading off the rear of the kitchen area is a rear lobby and the bathroom.
To the first floor there are two bedrooms, both featuring stripped wood flooring. The third bedroom is found in the converted loft space and offers views to the north towards the South Downs, as well as a cloakroom with WC and wash basin.