Pretty cottage with south facing garden
1 Frys Farmhouse is a charming Grade II listed cottage believed to date from around 1650. The original farmhouse was divided into two dwellings in the 1950s. Originally a timber framed construction and later clad with stone elevations and part tile hung in the traditional Sussex style.
The downstairs accommodation comprises a kitchen with a range of cupboards, views on to the terrace and a separate utility area with steps leading down to a cellar.
The sitting room is a comfortable size with an attractive traditional fireplace with gas fire. The dining room is elegant and dual aspect and also has a gas fire.
On the first floor, the master bedroom has a large walk-in cupboard and a brick fireplace. There are two further bedrooms, a double and a single room. The upstairs is completed by a shower room and separate WC.
The south facing gardens are delightful and have been well-maintained by the current owners. They are mainly laid to lawn with flowering borders, mature shrubs and fruit trees.
The terrace and gardens are both private, framed by old stone walls, hedging and mature trees. The property also has a garage, a pitched roof timber clad barn and a garden shed all with power and light. There is ample parking on the area surrounding the garage with a pedestrian gate into the garden and a driveway leading to the lane. There is also a pedestrian gate leading from the lane to the cottage by a cobbled path.
1 Frys Farmhouse has been granted planning permission for internal alterations to the first floor bedroom and bathroom layout to create an en suite shower room for the master bedroom and a family bathroom.
Further information can be found on
www.southdowns.gov.uk/planning using reference SDNP/19/00609/LIS.
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Stedham is one of my favourite Sussex villages complete with a popular Thai restaurant and within striking distance of the market town of Midhurst.Sophie Richardson