Guide Price £299,999
The Street, Poynings, West Sussex
An ATTRACTIVE PERIOD COTTAGE Situated in the Peaceful Hamlet of Poynings with an Abundance of Country Walks Close-By, IDEAL FOR A WEEKEND RETREAT/HOLIDAY HOME Set in a Small Gated Community
Situation - The property is situated within the popular hamlet of Poynings which is situated at the foot of the South Downs with beautiful views, many countryside walks and cycle routes can be accessed nearby. The nearby larger villages of Hassocks and Henfield with amenities including shopping facilities, village hall, library, health centre, churches, primary school and sports centre are within a few miles distance. The town centre of Brighton with more comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities is approximately 8 miles distance.
Description - A period cottage built of brick and rendered elevations under a tiled roof. The accommodation is arranged over two floors comprising on the ground floor of an open plan sitting/kitchen with stairs rising to the first-floor landing where there is a bedroom and shower room. Stairs from the landing then lead to a loft area with two sealed unit double-glazed windows affording superb views over the South Downs.
Entrance - Wooden front door, outside light, ornate water pump, leading to:
The accommodation in brief comprises:
Open Plan Sitting/Kitchen - 4.78m x 3.84m (15'8" x 12'7") - (overall measurement into alcove)
Sitting Area: Feature brick fireplace with brick mantle and fitted log burning stove, cupboard in alcove housing electric meters and trip switch fuse box. Telephone point, shelving suitable for t.v and electric panel heater. Engineered oak flooring, plastered ceiling with inset spotlights. sealed unit double-glazed picture window overlooking the rear garden and half glazed sealed unit double-glazed stable door leading to rear patio and garden, opening to:
Kitchen area: Part ceramic tiled with range of base level units with Minerva worksurfaces over incorporating Butler sink with monochrome tap, inset four ring LPG Smeg hob with electric oven under, fitted Beko washing machine and integral fridge. Matching range of eye level units incorporating extractor fan. Understairs cupboard with light, sealed unit double-glazed window overlooking front. engineered oak flooring, plastered ceiling with inset spotlights and dimmer switch.
Stairs rise from the kitchen area rise to the first floor:
First Floor -
Bedroom 1 - Feature cast iron fireplace with tiled slips and brick hearth, tv point, electric panel heater, plastered ceiling with inset spotlights and dimmer switch, sealed unit double-glazed window.
Shower Room - White suite comprising Victoriana close coupled low-level w.c., vanitary unit with oval wash hand basin and antique taps, wooden worksurface fashioned from an old sewing machine. Two sealed unit double-glazed windows overlooking front, tall mounted electric ladder style radiator, extractor fan. Fully tiled shower cubicle with glass screen and wall mounted shower. Tiled floor and plastered ceiling with inset spotlights,
From the landing stairs rise to:
Loft Area - (into skeilings) Two sealed unit double-glazed Velux window windows affording superb views over the South Downs, fitted cupboard housing hot water cylinder with electric immersion.
Outside - To the front of the property is a shale area providing communal parking approached via electric gates.
South Facing Rear Garden - Large paved patio area and small astroturf lawn, enclosed by wooden panel fencing. Outside lights.
Agents Note - There is a maintenance charge of £15 per month for the upkeep of the communal areas.
The main photograph used on the front of our brochure is the rear of the cottage.
Property Misdescription Act 1991 - Although every effort has been taken in the production of these particulars, prospective purchasers should note:
1. All measurements are approximate. 2. Services to the property, appliances and fittings included in the sale are believed to be in working order (although they may have not been checked). 3. Prospective purchasers are advised to arrange their own tests and/or survey before proceeding with the purchase. 4. The agent has not checked the deeds to verify the boundaries. Intending purchasers should satisfy themselves via their solicitor as to the actual boundaries of the property.
- Superb views over the South Downs
- Log burning Stove
- South Facing Courtyard Garden
- Open Plan Sitting Room/Kitchen
- Cast Iron fireplace