A three bedroom semi-detached cottage located in a beautiful rural position with open countryside in abundance on the doorstep. The rooms to the front overlook the good sized front garden with open countryside beyond the road. The large rear garden is a tremendous asset to the property with large areas of lawn, a vegetable garden and 2 timber sheds and a greenhouse. The house benefits from a wood burner to the lounge, and a solid fuel fired Rayburn in the kitchen/dining room. The property is a charming home with three bedroomed accommodation, though could be extended to form a larger family house, subject to the usual planning consents.
Situated to the north of the delightful Sussex village of Kirdford, noted for its period cottages and houses and providing local facilities including two inns and an historic church. Comprehensive facilities are available at Billingshurst which is about 6 miles and from both Billingshurst and Haslemere there are train services to London Victoria/London Waterloo, and London Bridge. The area is known for its beautiful countryside with many charming hamlets and villages giving many miles of beautiful walks and rides.
Oak front door with a leaded light insert leading to:
Turning staircase to first floor, door to:
Night storage heater, secondary double glazing, door to:
White suite comprising: pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back, w.c., worksurface with space and plumbing for washing machine, secondary double glazed window, extractor fan.
Brick fire surround with raised hearth and inset 'Jotul' wood burner, storage cupboards to either side, understairs cupboard, secondary double glazing, door to:
Running the full width of the property with a double aspect and views of the rear garden. Comprising: wooden worksurface with inset butler sink and mixer tap having base cupboards and drawers under, matching worksurface with inset ceramic hob and integrated double oven under with base cupboards to either side, further matching worksurface with integrated fridge, base cupboard and drawers, range of matching eye-level units, extractor hood over hob, space for dining table, solid fuel fired Rayburn with twin hot plates, this also provides hot water in addition to an immersion heater and fires radiator on the first floor. Tiled floor, replacement uPVC double glazed window, further window with secondary double glazing, door to outside.
Secondary double glazed window, access to roof space (houses cold water tank), night storage heater.
Aspect to front with a beautiful outlook over front garden and lane to countryside beyond, fitted double wardrobes with storage above, night storage heater.
Rear aspect with two secondary double glazed windows having an outlook over the garden with a neighbours paddock beyond and a view towards distant woodland, radiator.
Aspect to front, secondary double glazed window with an outlook over surrounding countryside, fitted storage cupboard, electric heater.
White suite comprising: panelled bath with electric mixer shower over (curtain and rail), pedestal wash hand basin, w.c., wall-mounted electric heater, extractor fan.
To the front of the property is a substantial private drive providing off the road parking for numerous vehicles. The front garden is mostly laid to lawn with well stocked flower beds and a mature oak tree. To the very front boundary is a further area of lawn which we understand to be owned by the National Trust, though is maintained by the present vendor. There is wide side access running along the side of the property.
Being a tremendous feature of the property with a covered area immediately adjacent the property and a pathway running past an area of lawn and substantial timber garden shed. This area of lawn has well stocked flower and shrub borders and passes through a wooden arbour and privet hedge leading to a further area of garden with again a good sized area of lawn and vegetable garden. Towards the rear boundary is an aluminium framed greenhouse and further timber garden shed. Beyond the rear boundary is a pleasant view overlooking a neighbouring paddock with woodland beyond.
DIRECTIONS Head out of the village of Kirdford in a north-westerly direction passing the village store on the right. After a short distance will be found Plaistow Road on the right. Proceed along Plaistow Road for approx 1 mile where the row of cottages will be found on the left.