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Exquisitely finished, full of charm and character, this Sussex Style three-bedroom detached family home is set in the scenic village of Henfield. Surrounded by greenery and fields whilst still being a short walk into the local village, this is the perfect space for a busy family looking for a semi-rural home that still has everything you need close by.
Making your way through the gate and down the driveway this picture perfect house is something quite breath taking. Parking up in the garage and making your way through the front door you step inside and enter the spacious hallway where you instantly feel welcomed into this delightful property. With oak beams lining the ceiling and oak latched doors, this enchanting place draws you in to explore the gorgeous rooms and design it has to offer.
A sweeping bay window allows natural light to flood through and open up the already generously sized living room offering you views of the secluded manicured front garden. It’s easy to picture yourself curled up on the sofa in front of the original and stunning Inglenook fireplace on a cold winter evening. The separate dining room around the corner has more than enough room to set up a dining table for those dinner parties with friends.
The large kitchen has plenty of cupboard space, built in appliances including a double oven and you won’t need to worry about running out of worktop! In the morning you can grab a cup of something hot and head through to the conservatory where you can watch the sunrise and marvel at generous beautifully stocked garden. On those warmer days you can set up your garden furniture on the patio, enjoy a glass of G&T and watch the children play on the lawn.
Upstairs are three spacious and light bedrooms. The master bedroom includes double built-in wardrobes and all rooms are gifted with magnificent views of the surrounding scenery.
NOTE: With accordance to the Estate Agency Act 1979 we can confirm the seller is known to Ralph James.
"Sunday mornings sat listening to the church bells ringing and the birds singing whilst having a morning coffee, will be sorely missed. Being so close to the Village High street has been so convenient whether looking for groceries or a pub dinner or glass of wine. Despite its convenience Furners lane is on the edge of miles of open countryside full of wild life an fantastic walks. Both the front and rear gardens have given me so much joy and been ideal to relax and reflect. On to the next chapter now."