A much improved and updated two-bedroom Grade II listed cottage, situated in the conservation area in the heart of Billingshurst. Re-ftted kitchen & bathroom. 60ft (approx) rear garden. Reference PAH062
The front door leads into an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and a door into an open plan sitting/dining room. A feature of this room is the Victorian pull out window blinds. Also, in this room is a decorative feature with an electric coal effect fire. Steps down from an inner hallway lead to a ground floor cloakroom with w.c and the kitchen which overlooks the rear garden. There are a range of built-in appliances including a four-ring gas hob with an extractor fan above and an oven and grill below and integrated waist height fridge. The back door then leads outside to an adjoining outhouse that serves to a be a utility room and has space and plumbing for a washing machine. Also, the replacement Worcester boiler is wall mounted in here.
To the first floor is a landing with doors to both bedroom and the bathroom. The main bedroom is situated at the front of the house and is double aspect with large sash windows to the front and side. In this bedroom is a generous double wardrobe cupboard. Bedroom two is situated to the rear of the house and enjoys a pleasant view of the garden. The bathroom has been re-fitted with a white suite with a panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and a handheld shower attachment, low level wc and basin.
To the left of the house is gated access into the rear garden. The patio area is idea for alfresco dining and gives way to an area of lawn enclosed on two sides by mature Copper Beech hedging.
Billingshurst is a thriving village and offers a wealth of facilities. All are within walking distance including schools for all age groups and leisure centre with gym and swimming pool. The High Street includes shopping, medical facilities as well as butcher, baker, cafe's, pubs and restaurants. There is a mainline station with frequent services into London/Victoria and the coast.
Agents Note: - The neighbouring house (100) has the right of occasional access through the garden onto the shared pathway back to the High Street.