Property Overview

Manor Road

Hassocks ,BN6

Offers in Excess


  • 2-Bedroom Semi-Detached Cottage
  • Basement & Storage Room
  • On-Road Parking
  • WC & Utility Room
  • Living Room with exposed wood floors
  • Rear Kitchen Diner with Aga
  • Charming Courtyard Garden
  • Short distance to Hurstpierpoint High Street
  • Walking Distance to Pubs, Restaurants & Bars
  • Modern Bathroom
  • Beautifully decorated throughout
  • Perfect bolt-hole or first-time purchase
  • Council Tax Band C
  • EPC Rating D

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Presenting a perfect opportunity for a first-time purchase or a charming bolthole, this character-rich and generously proportioned cottage is conveniently located just a brief stroll away from the heart of Hurstpierpoint High Street. Hunters proudly introduce this captivating property to the market, catering to those seeking both character and convenience.

Steeped in rich history and brimming with character, Hunters proudly present this enchanting 2-bedroom cottage for sale, nestled within a leisurely stroll of Hurstpierpoint’s High Street.

Hurstpierpoint offers an array of quaint vintage boutiques, fine dining establishments, family-owned pubs, and historical landmarks. Just a stone’s throw away lies Hassocks, a treasure trove of retail shops, cafes, restaurants, cozy pubs, and convenient stores. The convenience of Hassocks Train Station is a mere short drive from the town, and the vicinity boasts an enchanting collection of rural walks and bridle path. Set along the road leading to Brewery Mews, this semi-detached cottage is a testament to a locale with a storied past. Once a thriving Brewery & Pub prior to World War I, the now-converted Brewery Mews stands as an alluring enclave of desirable houses and apartments, making it a highly coveted address.

Upon entering through the front door, you’re greeted by an inviting entrance hall that guides you up the staircase to the first floor. A doorway beckons to the downstairs living spaces. The front of the dwelling is occupied by the spacious living room, adorned with lofty ceilings, exposed wooden floorboards, and ample space for a comfortable sofa suite and additional furnishings. A rear door leads to the kitchen-diner, while another grants access to the basement that spans the footprint of the property. This subterranean space brims with potential, whether transformed into a Games Room, a cinematic haven, or an office. The basement also hosts a utility room housing the boiler and white goods, alongside a convenient WC.

Back on the ground floor, the kitchen-diner exudes charm with its timber units and exposed brick wall. A stable door beckons to the rear courtyard garden, while a porcelain Butler Sink with a traditional mixer tap stands as a focal point. The Everhot Aga adds a touch of culinary allure, and undercounter space caters to a fridge’s needs.

Ascend to the upper floor to discover two bedrooms serviced by the modern family bathroom. The primary bedroom, positioned at the front, boasts a built-in cupboard catering to your wardrobe requirements, whilst the secondary double bedroom, though smaller, offers spacious accommodation with views overlooking the courtyard garden at the rear. The family bathroom is beautifully finished with exquisite Laura Ashley tiles, a traditional vanity unit housing a sink and toilet cistern, matching bathtub, rainfall shower head and shower screen. As you ascend the landing, your gaze is drawn to the loft hatch, a portal to an expansive loft space brimming with potential. Subject to necessary planning permissions, this space invites dreams of expansion, a canvas to further elevate this already captivating house.

Stepping outside, you’ll find a charming, enclosed courtyard garden that provides a real sun trap in the warmer months. This delightful space boasts a shingled seating area that exudes rustic charm, while a sturdy brick wall provides both privacy and character. Additionally, a thoughtfully mulched section awaits the flourishing of vibrant flowers and plants.

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