Last month we held our popular Property of the Month competition, where our local community decide on their favourite home for a chance to win a bottle of fizz. After a fantastic response on Facebook and Instagram, the lucky winner was Nikki, who chose the High Street property in Hurstpierpoint.
Not only did Nikki win a bottle to enjoy for herself, she was able to nominate a key worker, choosing a friend who is a nurse, to win a bottle as a big thank you for their hard work during this time, too.
Three-bedroom home in a peaceful mews location
The High Street property has previously been selected by our team as a feature focus for its great size as a family home, with ample parking, garage and garden space, even with its proximity to the village high street. The seller also notes its private mews location as a particular highlight, providing calm whilst also being just a stone’s throw from everything within the village centre.
On selecting this home as her Property of the Month, winner Nikki agreed, saying: “I love the red brick, that it’s set back from the road, allowing for privacy and [sic] has beautiful greenery.”
Stunning open-plan social areas
Perhaps the most striking thing about this home is that inside the traditional link-detached structure, an airy, open-plan layout greets you on the ground floor, emphasising the flexibility in its living and social spaces. At the rear, bi-folding patio doors and wide rooflights flood the extension with natural light, showcasing the almost terrazzo-style flooring and leading idyllically onto a raised decked area that overlooks a spacious garden.
Upstairs, three good-sized, modern bedrooms, including a master bedroom and en-suite, provide peaceful sanctuaries for all the family or the potential to create dedicated home office space.
Why buyers should be interested in Hurstpierpoint
According to MD, Alex Mackay, “Hurstpierpoint is a hidden gem, but not so hidden! Renowned for its High Street, with a beautiful church at the western end and a wide array of eclectic shops scattered along its length, it is a great place to shop and interact with friends.
The village is wonderfully well located for all age groups, with great schools, a mainline station close by for those who have to commute (or, indeed, pop south to the seaside) and of course the A/M23 for those heading south to Brighton and north to Gatwick/London. The countryside surrounding the village is mostly National Park with wonderful walks and bridleways. I’ve been lucky enough to work and socialise in the village since 1988, and nowadays I particularly enjoy walking out to Wolstonbury Hill with my flat coat retriever, Boudicca.”