A fine period home affording expansive accommodation over four floors, situated in the heart of Hurstpierpoint Village yet occupying a garden plot that offers seclusion and privacy. This handsome semi-detached property has a rich history dating back to circa the mid-19th century, during which time it was believed to have been used in various guises. In the mid 1990’s the building was developed & modernised to create two fabulous homes of unrelenting charm and quality; displaying period features such as sash and bay windows, elegant easy rising staircases, marble fireplaces & generous ceiling heights.
The property is approached by a shared gravel driveway providing off road parking, leading to the garage. The private walled garden is a true feature, laid with mature flower beds filled with flower borders, established shrubs and specimen trees. There is also a south facing greenhouse. To the rear, the garden is truly delightful and has been maintained to the highest standards by our clients. Expansive flower beds filled with intricately placed mature flower and shrubs create an idyllic space, to be enjoyed. The garden affords a high level of privacy, particularly well screened with a shingle terrace, ideal for outdoor seating and alfresco dining.
Situated in the very heart of Hurstpierpoint village which has a broad range of shops including a bakery, butchers, green grocers and chemist, there are an eclectic and vibrant mix of restaurants, public houses, health centre, the St Lawrence Church of England primary school (Ofsted rated outstanding) and village church. Mainline Rail Services are immediately to hand in nearby Hassocks and found at Burgess Hill or Haywards Heath. There are many highly regarded schools in the area, both state and private, including Hurstpierpoint College, Burgess Hill School for Girls, Brighton College, Roedean and Ardingly. The M25 orbital motorway can be accessed via the A23, linking to other motorway networks, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the coast.