Unique and with an abundance of character, a quirky Grade II Listed three bedroom home set behind an iron gate entrance on the High Street over three floors.
OVERVIEW Mansion House Cottage is one of those homes that you walk into and can fall in love with the character and quirkiness of living in a Grade II Listed building. Believed to dating back 800 years, the cottage was originally the servants’ quarters for Mansion House. Internally, the layout provides a good size sitting room with your eyes immediately being drawn to the inglenook fireplace and wood burner. The white brickwork and exposed beams add to the feeling of character. The vaulted ceiling in the kitchen provides extra light and there is built in storage and seating in the dining area. Off the kitchen is a cloakroom. We love the wide, turning staircase to the first floor – another example of how homes were built in previous times. Bedrooms one and three are located on the first floor and both have to the shower room. On the second floor is bedroom three. Located on the High Street, this is a brilliant central yet private position behind the iron gated entrance.
The property tenure is freehold and the council tax band is C.
One of the most popular and sought after locations in Mid Sussex, Hurstpierpoint is a vibrant village with plenty of community life and facilities for residents to enjoy. Step out from the quiet and private feel of Mansion House Cottage and you are on the bustling and vibrant High Street which provides
plenty of independent shops and a good choice of places to eat and drink – our favourite places to eat are Morleys Bistro and The New Inn. Close by are two car parks, one of which provides free parking for up to 23 hours. For road commuters, a key selling point of this home is that the A23 is just around the corner to the west and located via Sayers Common, which takes you to the M23, Gatwick Airport and the M25. For rail commuters, Hassocks is 2 miles to the East where trains to London Bridge and London Victoria are within one hour. For family activities, there is plenty of choice locally, with two of our family favourites being The Triangle Leisure Centre which is just a short drive to the north in Burgess Hill and Washbrooks Farm is just around the corner on Brighton Road.