Mill End, Henfield
As you enter the cottage you find yourself in a lobby where there is room for coats and shoes. A further door takes you through to the lovely living room which has a fireplace housing a wood burner stove, and windows to the front of the house. This room is large enough to accommodate a dining table and is open plan to the kitchen at the rear of the house, which makes for a lovely spacious and homely feel. Wooden floors in the living room change to terracotta style ceramic tiles in the kitchen which nicely delineates the space. Double-glazed windows in these rooms and throughout the cottage ensure that the house stays cosy in winter, while at the rear of the house a stable-style door to the garden can be left open in the summer to bring the outside in. The kitchen has room for a breakfast table, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a full height fridge-freezer, an electric oven and a gas hob. From the living room, an open riser staircase takes you to the first floor. Upstairs the main bedroom is across the full width of the cottage at the front and has two built-in cupboards. This is a lovely light room thanks to a wide window at the front. The second bedroom is a long room which has a bult-in cupboard at one end. A modern bathroom has wood flooring, a white suite, which includes a bath, handbasin, WC and a separate shower cubicle with thermostatic shower. Outside in the garden, a paved patio area for seating is next to the house. Steps up to the main garden bring you to an area with deep flowerbeds and finally to the brick shed. The house has access, through the neighbour’s garden, to the side of the two cottages and back around to the road which is very useful when maintaining the garden or the rear of the cottage.
Henfield is a thriving Sussex village, with a busy high street, that has local shops and amenities. The village also has four pubs and numerous cafes, its own school, and a public library. The Downs Link cycle and footpath which runs from Shoreham to Guildford can be joined at the bottom of Sandy Lane a few minutes from the house, while at Berrett’s Farm just off the footpath, The Cabin serves tea, coffee and cake with fantastic views. Brighton is only a short drive away and there is easy access by road to the A23 and to Gatwick. Hassocks train station is a 15-minute drive, from where there are regular Southern and Thameslink services to London Victoria, London Bridge, Bedford, Brighton, Littlehampton and Worthing.
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