EAST END LANE, DITCHLING, BN6 8UR
Asking Price: £625,000
- Beautiful Character Property
- End Of Terrace
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Front And Rear Gardens
- Convenient Location In Sought After Lane
A charming three bedroom property conveniently located within easy walking distance of High Street amenities and enjoying a picturesque setting on this lovely village lane. Set back from the road there is a large front garden which provides a pretty approach via a gated entrance.
Internally the accommodation is arranged over three floors and offers all the charm expected of a home of its era. The ground floor gives an impressive indication of the abundance of period features throughout, featuring a lounge with exposed wood flooring and cast-iron fireplace, dining room with plentiful understairs storage and lovely views to the garden that are further enjoyed from the tiled kitchen at the rear of property.
On the first floor there are two good sized bedrooms, both with fitted storage and the larger of the two boasting a feature fireplace. There is also a family bathroom fitted with a white suite and including a bath and separate walk-in shower. The second floor completes the accommodation with a stunning main bedroom benefitting from ensuite facilities and built-in storage.
To the outside the rear garden is a great asset to this home being of a generous size. Mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and borders it also offers two patio spaces, one directly adjoining the rear of the property and another at the rear of the garden, alongside a useful wooden shed.
Situated in the scenic downland village of Ditchling which is surrounded by glorious countryside, Homestead is close to the wide variety of local shops, including arts and craft workshops, a museum and Post Office and The Nutmeg Tree tea rooms. In addition, there are pubs including well renowned and award winning The Bull and The White Horse, a village church and a primary school. A wider range of shops can be found in Hassocks (2 miles), which also has a mainline train station to London Bridge/Victoria (approximately 55 minutes).
The city of Brighton is situated on the south coast (9 miles). The M23/A23 provides good access to Gatwick and the national motorway network. There are a number of excellent schools in the area, including St. Margarets Primary School in Ditchling, Downlands Community Secondary School in Hassocks, Hurstpierpoint College, Burgess Hill School for Girls and Brighton College.