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Little Gallops is a 1920s original Gatehouse, sitting within delightful gardens and with views over surrounding fields. The property has been tastefully redecorated throughout by the current owners, yet retains character features, giving the home much charm. The country style kitchen with cream shaker style units and feature fireplace opens in to a family room that could be used as a space to dine or relax, making it a most versatile room and hub for the family. The generous living room is warmed in summer by the mass of light from the triple aspect windows and in winter by the wood burner. From this room, a bay window with double doors lead out to a south facing patio; an ideal place for al fresco dining. The downstairs is completed by a shower room and welcoming entrance hall with much inbuilt storage.
Up a turned staircase there is a master bedroom with a range of inbuilt storage and views over the adjacent field. There are a further three bedrooms, each with feature fireplaces. Bedroom two is an ante room and would make an ideal fourth bedroom, nursery, office or dressing room. The bedrooms are served by a family bathroom.
Ditchling Common is a most popular semi rural location with a multitude of footpaths and bridleways linking to the South Downs. The location is ideally situated to the East of Ditchling Common Nature Reserve, yet within easy access of the nearby towns Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath with their comprehensive shopping, amenities and regular train service to London (approximately 40 minutes). The ever popular Ditchling Village is approximately 2.5 miles south, with a traditional High Street awash with an eclectic mix of boutique shops and eateries. The A23 provides easy access to Brighton and London in addition to the M25 and Gatwick Airport.
Wrapping around the property, the garden offers a most attractive outlook over neighbouring fields in addition to a sense of privacy. The plot is predominantly laid to lawn, with mature shrubbery and fruit trees interspersed including apple, pear and cherry. A vegetable garden with poly tunnel, offers a paradise for keen gardeners and a dew pond makes for a delightful garden feature. On entrance to the property, a pebble stone driveway enclosed by post and rail fencing offers ample parking for several vehicles. Gardens extend to approximately 0.72 acres.
Beautiful Country Home
Triple Aspect Sitting Room
Set in Gardens of 0.72 Acres
Charm & Character
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