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A delightful two bedroom Grade II listed cottage in the sought after village of Coldwaltham. The property is constructed park brick and stone with timber framing under a pitched tiled room. Having been tastefully extended the property offers well proportioned accommodation and offers a wealth of features. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, sitting room with feature inglenook fireplace, study, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and shower room. The upstairs offers two delightful bedrooms and family bathroom. The landing could be used as a occasional third bedroom or turned into a permanent bedroom if required subject to any necessary planning permissions.
Coldwaltham is a delightful small village on high ground overlooking the Arun Valley to Greatham and Amberley Wild Brooks to the South Downs Beyond and is to the South West of Pulborough. The village has some excellent countryside walks and a village pub and church. Pulborough which is approximately 3 miles away offers amenities including an extensive range of local shops and other amenities together with branches of both Tesco and Sainsbury’s. There is a good selection of both state and private schools within the surrounding area together with a main line station with a regular service of trains to London Victoria. The major commercial centre of Horsham is about 15 miles to the north and Chichester about 15 miles to the south.
The property is approached via a shared gravel driveway with parking with adjoining an area of lawn. A picket fence and stone wall lead to the front door and the grounds to the front of the cottage forming a bedding area to one side enclosed by a period stone wall. The rear garden is laid predominantly to lawn with an old well and flower borders stocked with a variety of plants and shrubs.
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