The property is situated in the picturesque Downland village of Poynings within the South Downs National Park, with its popular village pub The Royal Oak, beautiful Norman church, village hall, active cricket club and grounds, garden centre with café and farm shop and recreation ground with Bob's community cafe.
The property is semi-detached with three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. There is a useful loft room with Velux windows giving beautiful views of The South Downs. On the ground floor there is a lounge with open fire. The kitchen and dining room are open plan with a range of high and low units and a door leading out to the rear garden. There is a downstairs cloakroom and large utility and storage room. The garden is a good size , mainly lawned with a patio area and small wildlife pond.
The towns of Henfield and Steyning are about 5 and 6 miles’ distant respectively and both provide an assortment of local independent shops and amenities for everyday needs. For a more comprehensive range of amenities the city of Brighton and Hove is within easy access by car, about 6 miles distant. For rail links, Hassocks (about 5 miles) and Haywards Heath (about 12.2 miles) both provide a fast and regular mainline service to London Victoria and London Bridge.
Sporting and recreational facilities nearby include golf at Singing Hills and Pyecombe, show jumping at Hickstead, horse racing at Brighton, Plumpton and Goodwood and sailing at Brighton and Chichester Marinas; as well as many miles of beautiful walks, cycle routes and bridle paths in the South Downs National Park.
There are also a number of excellent schools in the area including The Towers Convent School, Hurstpierpoint College, Brighton College, Burgess Hill School for Girls, Albourne C of E Primary School, Downlands Community School and The Good Start School (pre-school).Reference: 229395