A pretty Grade II Listed period cottage in a magical setting with views over the South Downs and grounds extending to 3 acres.
Sun room/Garden room
Buckleys sits in an idyllic, yet convenient rural
position with views across the South Downs. The current owners have a passion for specimen trees which include Walnut, Tulip and a plethora of fruit trees, a magical setting creating a sense of calm. As the trees were planted by the current owners, for those wanting more open space, much of the land could easily revert to paddock.
The property retains all the character of a lovely cottage of this era and offers flexible and adaptable accomodation. Off the entrance hall with stone flooring is a large double aspect living room. This light and airy room features a woodburner fireplace and access to the conservatory with doors to the garden. At the front of the house is the dining room with bay window, feature fireplace and stone
flooring. The fitted kitchen provides a range of fitted units, walk in larder and aga and from here access to the an inner hall way and boot room/utility room as well as a further ground floor bedroom with a shower room across the hallway.
Upstairs are three good sized bedrooms, all with
wooden flooring and a beautifully fitted family
The self-contained annexe, currently being used as an artists studio, provides separate self-contained accommodation with a kitchen area, shower room, bedroom and sitting room. Solid wood flooring with underfloor heating and double glazing throughout.
The south facing gardens are a particular feature of the property with an abundance of specimen trees, beautiful lawns and patio areas and views of the south downs. The large woodland area beyond could be used as paddock land and has an independent access.