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An outstanding property that is unique both in design and situation, having what we believe to be one of the best central positions in the village of Ditchling. The property sits within a generous plot and has a stunning pond overlooked by a summer gazebo. The garden was designed by John Brookes, garden designer.
The property also has the added benefit of ample off street parking, double garage and detached office which is fully operational with electrics, heating and phone lines. A large store room is attached to the office. On entering the property there is a spectacular entrance hall with bespoke spiral staircase and vaulted ceiling, with a feature window. There is an abundance of natural light here and throughout the house. The property provides four bedrooms, the master bedroom suite sits on the first floor taking advantage of the rising sun and views of the gardens. It has ample bespoke built in wardrobes, dressing table and a generous en suite bathroom. There are a further two bedrooms and family bathroom on this floor. The fourth bedroom is situated on the ground floor with a large bathroom and reception room it provides an adaptable living space. The sitting room is a particular feature of the property with full height and full width windows and sliding doors that open to the terrace and gardens beyond, a fantastic set up for alfresco entertaining. Leading from the sitting room is the study with bespoke furniture and feature built in bar. The kitchen/breakfast room provides ample storage and preparation areas with a door that into the garden. There is a further downstairs cloakroom and utility room on this
Agents Note: The dividing wall between bedrooms 2 and 3 has been removed by the current owner to create one large room.
The property is well situated in the centre of the picturesque downland village of Ditchling. The village has a variety of local shops, including arts and craft workshops, a museum, post office, The Larder a fantastic delicatessen providing local produce and coffee shop Green Wellies . In addition there are pubs including The Bull and The White Horse, a village church and a primary school. A wider range of shops is available at Hassocks, about 2 miles to the east, which also has a mainline train station to London Bridge/Victoria (approximately 55 minutes). The city of Brighton and the south coast are about 9 miles distant. The M23/ A23 provides good access to Gatwick and the national motorway network. There are a number of excellent schools in the area, including St. Margaret’s Primary School in Ditchling, Downlands Community Secondary School in Hassocks, Hurstpierpoint College, Burgess Hill School for Girls and Brighton College are just a few.
Guest Bedroom suite with en suite and Sitting Room
Upstairs: Three Bedrooms
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