Keller Williams UK
1 bed End of Terrace House For Sale

Lower Street, Fittleworth, West Sussex

£360,000

Property Description

  • Dial ext 142 to book a viewing
  • Grade II Listed cottage
  • Sensitive and professional refurbishment
  • Traditional, high quality heritage materials used
  • Cosy woodburner in the lounge
  • Surprisingly large rear garden
  • Currently operating as a successful holiday let
  • Wonderful walks into the South Downs
  • Stroll to the village shop and cafe
  • ***Price range £360,000 - £380,000***

***Price range £360,000 - £380,000***

Believed to date back to the 17th Century or earlier, this beautiful Grade II Listed cottage has been sensitively modernised and refurbished by the current owners. Carefully and professionally restored using traditional high quality heritage materials, the property was taken back to its original stonework and timber structure, leaving a wealth of period features exposed, including brick, stone and beams. Currently running successfully as a holiday let, this unique one bedroom end of terrace property sits above the road, with wonderful walks literally from the front door.

The living room has a cosy woodburner and space for a small table and chairs. It opens onto a compact, well laid out kitchen, with stairs rising to a landing / study area with exposed stonework and space to relax or to work from home. The recently fitted shower room is superbly appointed and looks out over the rear garden areas. The double bedroom has a useful cupboard and views towards greenery outside.

A door leads from the kitchen to an alleyway which runs along the rear of the house and then steep steps head up to a surprisingly large garden beyond. The quirky way that the land belonging to the row of cottages has been divided over the years means that the rear garden may also be accessed from a footpath to the side of the building - you really do need to view this property in order to better understand it! There are areas of lawn, plus raised beds and mature shrub borders, plus an oak pergola and outdoor seating area. There is even an external bath for washing off muddy dogs. The current owners, along with the neighbours have informally "adopted" a parking space along nearby Sandy Lane.
Council tax band: B

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