Guide price £459,950
A pretty semi detached cottage built in 1924 in the heart of the popular village of Bury, within the South Downs National Park. The cottage was one of three built by the Nobel Prizewinner and author of the Forsyte Saga, John Galsworthy, who spent the last seven years of his life living in Bury. The accommodation comprises Entrance Hall with staircase to First Floor Landing, Sitting Room with open fireplace, double aspect Kitchen/Dining Room fitted with a range of Shaker style units incorporating built-in appliances which include four ring ceramic hob, electric oven, fridge and freestanding Smeg fridge/freezer. There is an archway to a Utility/Rear Porch with door to garden and door to Cloakroom. To the first floor there are three Bedrooms, all of which enjoy pleasant views and a separate Bathroom with panelled bath, separate wall mounted shower, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and low level WC. The property is approached via double gates leading to a gravelled driveway providing off-road parking. The front garden is laid to lawn with hedging and enclosed by flower beds. The rear garden features a raised deck with step down to lawn area with adjoining flower beds and several fruit trees including quince and plum. There is a further terrace to the rear with adjoining timber shed. To the side of the property there is a further large shed with an adjoining smaller shed.
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