This delightful Grade II listed three bedroom semi-detached period cottage is understood to have once been part of the Duke of Norfolk Estate.
The property, in Wepham Green, is situated in a glorious location within the South Downs National Park and enjoys wonderful rural views over the surrounding countryside.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, sitting room with beamed ceiling, brick fireplace and woodburner, kitchen/dining room with Rangemaster cooker, feature brick and beamed partition separating the kitchen from the dining area, access to the cellar and a ground floor bathroom.
To the first floor there are three double bedrooms with feature beams, two of which have delightful rural views.
To the front of the property there is a brick paviour hardstanding providing parking for two cars, log store and boiler housing.
There is a brick pathway with dwarf wall leading down to the front door and an area laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders.
To the rear there is a paved and gravelled pathway running along the back of the property leading to a brick and flint outbuilding which in turn provides access to the main garden.
The garden enjoys stunning views over the adjoining farmland and is mainly laid to lawn with an ornamental pond, flower and shrub borders and two patio areas.
Guide Price £585,000.
For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Jackson-Stops & Staff, 28 High Street, Arundel. Telephone 01903 885886.