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This charming five bedroom house provides spacious accomodation on both floors with generous reception rooms and bedrooms. The property has a large driveway that leads to the double garage and provides ample parking for several cars.
The ground floor provides a large sitting room with ornate fireplace and door opening out to the terrace and garden, there is a further dining room, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room and family room. The kitchen is a stunning design with hand made Oak units and eye catching Labrodrite worktops. French doors open from here to the terrace and garden making this a wonderful bright room for all year round enjoyment. The family room leads off the kitchen and offers a multitude of uses, playroom, family room or office. A door from here leads into the garage.
To the first floor there are five good sized bedrooms of which four are serviced by a modern shower room and a generous modern family room. The master bedroom suite sits to the rear of the house with a lovely outlook over the Sussex countryside. This bedroom has ample built in wardrobes and a large modern en suite bathroom with jacuzzi bath.
The rear garden is south facing with a lovely aspect over neighbouring farmland and the South Downs as the back drop. A terrace is well placed in front of the principal reception rooms and with french doors opening out from both the kitchen and sitting room this is an ideal set up for alfresco entertaining.
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 . In addition there are two pubs, 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.
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