Easebourne Lane, Easebourne, Midhurst, GU29

2 Bed │ 1 Bath │ 2 Rec

Guide Price £350,000 (Freehold)


Matt Shepherd

Sales Manager

Key features

  • 16th Century Cottage
  • Grade II Listed
  • Character features
  • Inglenook fireplace
  • Vaulted ceilings
  • Close to Cowdray Park & Midhurst
  • South facing paved garden
  • Secondary glazing
  • Two off road parking spaces
  • No onward chain

Full description

A delightful 16th Century Grade II listed attached cottage in the heart of the sought after village of Easebourne. The property is a timber-framed building with the timbering exposed in the east wall with curved braces and painted brick infilling. The south front has been refaced with stone with red brick dressings and quoins all under a clay tiled roof.

The interior of the property has retained much of its original charm with features such as an inglenook and wrought iron fireplaces, exposed beams, brick flooring and vaulted ceilings.

The accommodation consists on the ground floor of a cosy dual aspect sitting room with a wonderful Inglenook fireplace and newly fitted carpet, a separate dining room with brick flooring and exposed timber frame and steps down to a fitted kitchen with vaulted ceiling and a stable door to the parking area. There is also a small utility area and a bathroom. On the first floor is a landing with built in wardrobe and two double bedrooms one with a vaulted ceiling and fitted wardrobes.

Outside the front door is a paved south facing garden with a variety of shrubs and trees. NOTE: This garden is rented from the Cowdray Estate on an ongoing basis. To the side of the property is a cobbled area that provides off road parking for two cars and a log store and space for the bins.

The property is being offered for sale with no onward chain.


Sitting Room 16'8 (5.08m) x 13'4 (4.06m)

Dining Room 9'10 (3m) x 7'4 (2.24m)

Kitchen 9'10 (3m) x 7'1 (2.16m)

Utility Area


First Floor Landing

Bedroom 1 13'11 (4.24m) x 9'6 (2.9m)

Bedroom 2 10'9 (3.28m) x 7'3 (2.21m)

South Facing Garden

2 Off Road Parking Spaces

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Why live in Midhurst?

Midhurst lies on the River Rother, just 12 miles north of Chichester, and has the remarkable claim to fame of being the home of British polo thanks to the Cowdray Park Polo Club on the local Cowdray Estate, but there’s so much more to this pretty market town. It’s centuries old, boasting more than 100 listed buildings with a charming mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture that sits comfortably alongside more contemporary new homes.

The narrow lanes of Midhurst’s old town offer a fantastic variety of places to shop with an abundance of small independent boutiques all housed in ancient buildings. There are plenty of places to dine in and around the town centre, too, with options ranging from up-market restaurants specialising in local produce to high street favourites and charming tearooms where you can enjoy your favourite afternoon treat.

You’ll also find plenty to do here – when you’re not engaged in polo, fly-fishing or clay pigeon shooting on the Cowdray Estate, you could head over to the Cowdray Golf Club to enjoy some of the most scenic views in West Sussex and get involved with one of the many other clubs and societies that use it as a base. You’ll find a local camera club, the Midhurst Players, the Gardening Club and in August you could join in with the ten days of fun at the Midhurst Music, Arts and Dramatic Festival, ‘MADhurst’. There’s never a dull moment here!

As far as family life goes, we have many well-regarded schools in and around the area, all with strong Ofsted reports and excellent reputations, including Midhurst C of E Primary and Midhurst Rother College, which, between them, cater for pupils from age four to 18.

If you’d like to buy, sell or let a property in Midhurst, get in touch with your local team and discover the Henry Adams difference for yourself.

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