Period home in the heart of Kirdford village.
Church House is a wonderful period home of immense character situated close to the medieval church and set within the heart of this revered Sussex village. The property is Grade II listed with origins reputed to date from the 15th century. It provides well proportioned accommodation with the opportunity to enhance from a programme of modest renovations.
Comprising a welcoming entrance hall with two good sized receptions directly accessed - the dual aspect family room has a wide open fireplace as a focal point with a study area and French doors on to the terrace and garden beyond. The west facing sitting room is a good sized living space with a fine fireplace and an expanse of exposed timbers, leading through into a comfortable dining room with enough space for formal family dining or use as an alternative reception. The fitted kitchen/breakfast area leads conveniently from the dining room with a utility/boot room and cloakroom completing the ground floor accommodation.
A wide oak staircase rises to the spacious first floor landing with three double bedrooms served by two bathrooms and onwards to the top floor there are two further bedrooms with the use of an additional bathroom.
From the two upper floors there are pleasant village views across the recreation ground and further afield.
Outside Church House is particularly appealing with a gloriously well stocked garden offering colour and interest throughout the seasons. Brick paths lead to level lawned areas which extend east and south and in all amount to half an acre. Close to the house is a lovely timber outbuilding which may be suited to a variety of uses. A double height ceiling and a first floor pair of rooms could provide entertaining space, work from home or ancillary usage (subject to any required consents). Attached to the barn and accessed from the drive to the front is a generous garage/workshop.
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This is a rare opportunity to acquire a quintessential village house, just a stones throw from the renowned Half Moon pub.Daniel ClayProperty agent