Double gates leading to parking area and open fronted brick built Car Port
Pretty mature gardens, The plot extends to approximately a quarter of an acre
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A beautifully presented four bedroom detached cottage, dating back to the 1800's, in the hamlet of Offham within the South Downs National Park. The property is set in a delightful secluded plot enjoying stunning views across the surrounding countryside.
The property has been extended and considerably refurbished over the last few years, including the addition of a Attached Studio/Annexe and Attached Car Port, whilst retaining many of its charming period features, such as open fireplaces, and exposed ceiling and wall timber beams.
The accommodation comprises Entrance Porch, double aspect Dining Room with herringbone oak flooring and beamed ceiling. The double aspect Kitchen/Breakfast Room enjoys views over the garden and is fitted with a range of Shaker style units incorporating one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit, extensive worktops with gas hob, extractor hood and eye level electric oven and grill, integrated dishwasher and door to terrace and garden. There is an Inner Lobby with access to the Cellar and Reception Room with open fireplace, staircase to the first floor and archway through to the Study Area. Two steps lead down to the delightful double aspect Sitting Room which overlooks farmland, with open fireplace and bookcases to either side. There is a small Lobby Area with access to the rear terrace and door to Cloakroom.
To the first floor there is a Master Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom incorporating bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. The Bedroom is triple aspect with fitted wardrobes and enjoys far reaching views. There are three further Bedrooms all enjoying rural views, one with fitted wardrobes and a well appointed Bathroom with bath, separate shower mixer, wash hand basin, WC and airing cupboard.
To the outside the brick and flint Attached Studio/Annexe features a vaulted ceiling and two Velux windows, herringbone oak flooring and fitted cupboards, Kitchen Area with butler sink, worktop and space for appliances. A door leads to a Shower Room with tiled shower cubicle, wash hand basin, with WC and Velux window.
The property is approached via double gates leading to a parking area with access to the open fronted brick built Car Port.
Doors from the Sitting Room and Kitchen/ Breakfast Room open out onto the garden with pathways around the house leading up to an extensive lawn and a circular brick terrace looking out over the surrounding garden to the countryside beyond. There are borders stocked with traditional perennials, spring bulbs and flowering shrubs and a beautiful magnolia tree. There is a screened area for garden storage with timber garden shed.
The garden is fully enclosed partly brick and flint walling and by beech hedging. The whole plot extends to approximately a quarter of an acre.
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