With a mixture of flint faced and colour washed elevations, the cottage is part of a small group of cottages in a village location on Church Lane. These collective houses were once Ashington's old 'Dame School' and No.26 is a pretty cottage retaining many features, with light and spacious accommodation.
A particular feature of the cottage are the well proportioned and light rooms. On entering the property into the kitchen which has a range of fitted units and electric oven and space for fridge freezer, there is a useful larder cupboard. The sitting room with open fireplace, sash windows and stable door to the garden, measures approximately 17'4 x 12'2. From the sitting room a doorway leads to a dining room.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms both with wardrobes. The bathroom is fitted with a roll top bath perfect for relaxing at the end of the day.
A useful asset to this cottage is the workshop / office which has light and power, two access doors and natural light.
At the rear of the property the garden is mainly laid to lawn and measures over 200ft long and has a variety of plants and shrubs.
A delightful Grade II listed cottage in the heart of the village with lovely garden
Ashington is an ideal location for many, with a Co-op and takeaway, active and busy community centre and the Ashington C of E school. There is also a BP petrol station with an MandS Foodstore. Situated adjacent to the A24 the village provides a convenient location for commuters with dual carriageway access north and south. The nearest station can be found at either Billingshurst or Pulborough just over 7 miles away each or Horsham just over 10 miles away, which also offers a thriving town centre whilst Gatwick lies approximately 27 miles away.
Kitchen 12'6 (3.81m) x 7'5 (2.26m)
Sitting Room 17'4 (5.28m) x 12'2 (3.71m)
Dning Room 9'10 (3m) x 9'4 (2.84m)
Bedroom 1 15'8 (4.78m) x 12'1 (3.68m)
Bedroom 2 9'9 (2.97m) x 9'7 (2.92m)
Studio 12'2 (3.71m) x 10'6 (3.2m)
This picture-perfect village lies at the foot of the South Downs National Park, halfway along the South Downs Way. Properties here include bungalows, family homes and the famous Wells cottages that were individually designed by the architect Reginald Fairfax Wells in the 1920s to look and feel like 17th century buildings with thatched roofs, small windows and whitewashed exteriors.Many of the homes in Storrington have wonderful views across rolling countryside and a conservation area just off the bustling high street ensures Storrington will remain as beautiful as it is today for generations to come.