A period, semi-detached cottage, which is beautifully presented, set within this popular village with views over farmland
Entrance porch, Hall, Dining room, Sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Conservatory
Principal bedroom with en suite shower room, 2 Further bedrooms, Family bathroom
Terrace, Lawn, Garden sheds, Summerhouse
A delightful semi-detached cottage with an abundance of character, set just off the High Street of this popular historic village.
A graveled path leads up to the front door, which opens into an entrance porch with door to hall. From the hall a tiled floor runs through to the dining room into the kitchen/breakfast and beyond to the conservatory. The dining room is open to the kitchen/breakfast room which has beautifully fitted wall and floor units, gas hob and oven with space for dishwasher and washing machine. The conservatory is an excellent size with French doors to the terrace. The sitting room has an oak floor, brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove, beams and French doors to the terrace.
Upstairs, the landing gives access to the roof space. The lovely principal bedroom has a well-appointed en suite shower room. There are 2 further bedrooms, one with two built in cupboards, and a well-appointed family bathroom.
At the front is an area of lawn and a shrub/tree border screening the cottage from the High Street. A gravelled path leads down the side of the cottage to the main garden at the rear. There is a flagstone terrace, which leads out onto the lawn. The lawn is enclosed with fencing, trees and shrubs, providing a high degree of privacy. At the end of the garden are a couple of garden sheds, a summerhouse and views over farmland.
From Haywards Heath head east on the A272. In Piltdown turn left towards Fletching. Turn past the church and proceed up the High Street and the cottage is the last on the right.
Local Amenities & Surrounding Area
The property is set in a delightful village with its 2 excellent pubs, primary school, church and deli. Haywards Heath, Lewes and Uckfield have excellent shopping and recreational facilities. Schools in the area included Cumnor House, Ashdown House, Brambletye, Michael Hall, Walstead and Ardingly
There is golf at Ditchling, Piltdown, Haywards Heath, Paxhill and Royal Ashdown. Horse racing can be found at Lingfield Park. Water sports are available at Weir Wood and Ardingly reservoirs. Nearby Ashdown Forest is the largest free public access space in the South East. It is a great place for walking and enjoying spectacular views over the Sussex countryside and is known the world over as the 'home' of Winnie-the-Pooh.
The mainline railway station at Haywards Heath (8 miles) provides a service to London Bridge/ Victoria. The A272 (1 mile) connects to the A23/M23. Gatwick airport is about 21 miles.
Local Authorities, Services and
All main services. Gas fired central heating. Council tax Band C. Wealden DC 01892 653311. East Sussex CC 0345 608 0190.