Fewhurst Cottage we believe dates back to 1880, a wonderful character home set on the outskirts of Billingshurst with views over local fields.
On entering the property the dining room has exposed beams with engineered wood flooring, this room provides access to the annex, sitting room, kitchen and first floor. The sitting room has a feature brick fireplace with a woodburning stove, this is then open onto the additional reception room/ snug. The kitchen/ dining room is the heart of the home with a cream country kitchen fitted with stone flooring, range master cooker, dishwasher, butler sink and space for a free standing fridge freezer, French doors open to the patio and garden. The utility room is set just off the kitchen with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer with additional storage, this then leads through to the cloakroom.
On the first floor the main bedroom is dual aspect and benefits from fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is a good size double room. The family bathroom is fitted with a roll top bath, sink and WC. On the third floor are two further double bedrooms with views over the garden.
The annex is self contained with its own kitchen, sitting/dining room a double bedroom to the first floor, walk in wardrobe and shower room.
Outside the garden is well established the a large area of lawn, flower beds, a wild garden and decking to the far end to make the most of the summer sunsets, a low level fence gives open views onto the neighbouring fields. The patio has direct access to the kitchen and the dining hall which makes an ideal space for entertaining. The driveway can accommodate a number of vehicles all behind a five bar gate and post and rail fencing. There is also a double car barn, woodstore and a useful storage shed. EPC-E
En-suite shower room
Annex sitting/dining room 22' (6.71m) x 17'8 (5.38m)
Annex bedroom 23' (7.01m) x 10'6 (3.2m)
Annex shower room
Why live in Billingshurst?
Billingshurst is a thriving village with a welcoming community, a pretty high street and a wealth of shops and leisure facilities. It has a quaint mixture of old and new properties, including farmhouses, timber-framed buildings, thatched cottages and modern developments. The heart of the village is in a Conservation Area, which protects and preserves the character of The Green and the local buildings, such as the row of medieval terraced houses that are set back from the main road.Many later additions were designed to include features to reflect the medieval, Edwardian and Victorian homes in the area, such as the red brickwork and projected front gables, which add to the very distinctive style of this beautiful West Sussex village.