A four bedroom detached house positioned on the edge of the village in one of the most sought-after parts of Hurstpierpoint conservation area.
This is a traditionally built four-bedroom family house dating from the mid 1950’s, retaining much of its original character and features with a recent ground-floor extension. The property lies in a magnificent position with splendid far reaching views over the surrounding countryside to the South Downs.
To the front of the property is a beautifully landscaped garden and detached garage.
Located on the ground floor are the kitchen with separate utility, dining room, shower-room, a light and airy living room with French-doors opening onto the upper terraces of the garden. The master bedroom, located on the ground floor is the most recent addition to the property, complete with electric underfloor heating and an excellent range of fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with walk in shower.
Upstairs offers a family bathroom and three further bedrooms, all of which enjoy superb countryside views.
The property is serviced by gas-fired central heating with an additional solar water heater.
Undoubtedly a major feature of the home is the stunning rear garden. The upper part is terraced and partly shaded by vines. The lower part has a pond and has been beautifully landscaped with mature trees and shrubs. The bottom of the garden borders the South Downs National park where you will find a hidden gem, the secluded and private dining area, perfect for sitting back to enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views.
Rosemullion is approached via a quiet and private lane leading off Hurstpierpoint High Street. The home is positioned in a quiet location, yet within easy reach of the excellent amenities the village High Street has to offer. Hassocks mainline railway station is just over one mile to the east, providing regular services to London, Gatwick, Brighton and Hove.