Upper Beeding


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Cherry Tree Cottage is understood to date from 1723 and is Grade II Listed of special architectural or historical importance. It is a very pretty two storey cottage faced in flint to the front and under a tiled roof, located on the High Street and surrounded by other period properties. With a white picket fence and attractive front garden featuring a mature cherry tree, the cottage is set back from the road. A central front door leads into the double aspect living room with a wealth of character including an impressive fireplace and exposed beams. A small dining area leads into the kitchen which has access via a stable type door to the rear patio garden which is paved with raised border and new boundary fencing.

From the living room, a turned staircase rises up to a first floor landing leading to two good size bedrooms and a bathroom. The main bedroom is of particular note due to its exposed rafters, wide polished floor boards and pretty former fireplace. The second bedroom has a range of built-in wardrobes which could potentially be removed in order to fit a double bed if required. The cottage includes gas fired central heating and no forward chain.

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HJ Burt - Steyning

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