Lower Station Road, Henfield
£875,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4

A rarely available and beautifully presented early 1920's four bedroom family home walking distance to the village high street and other key amenities. Built to a Victorian style and having many period features of this era. The property has been a much loved family home for the current vendor and has been extended over the years and a key feature is the stunning landscaped rear garden which has been opened to the public in the past during the annual Henfield Gardens and Arts Festival.

The accommodation includes: entrance hall, sitting room/dining room - this was two separate receptions originally - split level kitchen/dining room with doors to the conservatory at the rear, a ground floor lobby and a w.c. and utility area. On the first floor are four good size double bedrooms, one currently being used as an office/study and a family bathroom with separate shower. There is off road parking to the front and an attached double garage. The rear garden has a wealth of mature trees and flower and shrub beds. There is a patio area ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining and a summer house to the rear.

in all a fabulous family home walking distance to the centre yet on the edge of outstanding countryside and walks. These properties rarely come to the market. Viewing Highly Recommended.

Greensleeves is located on the southern edge of Henfield within an easy walk of the High Street shops, cafes, pubs and other amenities also literally round the corner from stunning countryside walks with views to the South Downs. The village common is five minutes walk away with footpaths through neighbouring woodland and farmland. Henfield is pretty much self sufficient, with a supermarket, post office, chemist, doctors and dentist's surgeries and a range specialist retailers. There are also a few traditional pubs. The village primary school of St Peters is not far from the pretty village church which lies within the centre of the oldest part of Henfield. The larger towns of Burgess Hill, Horsham and Brighton city centre are all less than 30 minutes away by car. Mainline rail services to London Bridge and Victoria can be found at Hassocks about 9 miles away. The old railway line that ran through the village is now a footpath/bridleway and a perfect location for cycling, running and dog walking.

01273 253227

Marcus Grimes & Co - Hassocks

151 High Street, Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex, BN6 9PU

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