The cottage is located in the Hamlet of Five Oaks, just on the fringes of Billingshurst. On entering the property the entrance hall has good storage space and a cloakroom, a door leading into the sitting room which has an open feature fire place with local West Sussex oak timber flooring. The stairs lead to the first floor and a door opens to the kitchen. The kitchen/dining room is a fantastic size and has been extended to create a large family room. The kitchen is fitted with base and eye level cupboards, granite work tops and integrated appliances to include a dishwasher, cooker, fridge and freezer and an island. There is still ample space for a dining room table and a good size pantry. The family room which extends across the back of the house provides another reception area giving superb views across the gardens and the fields beyond and has underfloor heating.
On the first floor there are three good size bedrooms, with the main and second bedroom enjoying the far reaching views to the south downs. The family bathroom is a good sized room with a white suite with a shower over the bath.
Outside the rear garden is a particular feature extending to approximately 94 feet, with a patio adjoining the house and steps leading onto the lawn, there is also a large home office which is insulated with power and can be used as a gym, garden room or as an extra reception room. The garden is very private with a good degree of hedging either side, whilst the end hedge has been kept low to take advantage of the views and the sunsets.
A lovely character three bedroom semi detached cottage with a south/west facing garden and views to the South Downs.
Details correct: 28th April 2021
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.