The cottage is located on the fringes of Pulborough village and within easy reach of the village amenities and train station.
On entering the property the kitchen is fitted with base and eye level units with a rangemaster cooker, built in dishwasher and fridge with a free standing washing machine. Just off the kitchen is the breakfast room which has a sliding patio door out onto the back garden. The sitting room is double aspect and is open onto the dining room.
On the first floor are the bedrooms, three of which are good size double rooms all of which benefit from built in wardrobes whilst the fourth bedroom is single room or a study. The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite with an electric shower over the bath.
Outside the grounds approach 1 acre in total with the majority of the land lying to south east of the cottage, the land is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed with trees and hedging. There is a long driveway to the cottage and to the land where there is a double garage which is also in need of modernisation.
A viewing is highly recommend to appreciate the scope this house has to offer.
A detached four bedroom 18th century home in need of modernisation with land approaching one acre
Approaching 1 acre
Pulborough offers a number of shops in the village including post office,
butchers, library, village hall, wine merchant and tea room. On the outskirts of the village there are two supermarkets Sainsbury's and Tesco's along with a Primary Health Care Centre. The main line station provides access to London Victoria, London Bridge and Gatwick.
From our office in Billingshurst proceed south west on Stane Street towards
Adversane/Pulborough. Continue pass the cross roads at Adversane on Stane Street and continue on this road pass Brinsbury College, the property will be found 0.4 of a mile from here on your left hand side.
Details correct: 5th November 2020
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.