This charming detached Grade II listed cottage is located in the hugely popular and sought after village of Amberley, within the heart of the beautiful South Downs National Park.
The property, in High Street, is steeped in history and is believed to have originally been two Georgian cottages dating back to 1790, converted in 1880 to a single dwelling occupied by Albert Standen the shoemaker. His apprentice was Albert Bacon, after whom the house is named.
The cottage is beautifully presented throughout and comprises entrance hall with steps down to a spacious double aspect sitting/dining room both with locally sourced oak flooring, an attractive inglenook style fireplace with a woodburner and a beautifully light kitchen/breakfast room with vaulted ceiling, Aga (Economy 7) and double doors to the garden.
There is a study/bedroom four with underfloor heating and cloakroom completing the ground floor.
To the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a magnificent bathroom comprising a Catchpole and Rye 1890’s fully refurbished French bateau bath, a custom made WC with high level cistern and pedestal wash hand basin.
Externally the property benefits from a pretty secluded south west facing cottage style garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature flower and shrub borders and various seating areas.
There is a useful brick built studio/laundry room with power, light and drainage.
Guide price £699,950.
For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Jackson-Stops & Staff, 28 High Street, Arundel. Telephone 01903 885886.