A stylishly presented three bedroom mews house in the well regarded village of Easebourne.
Budgenor Lodge is an imposing and historic 18th century building, originally built as the Easebourne workhouse in 1794.
The development was subject to an extensive modernisation and rebuilding project in 2007 creating 42 well appointed houses, apartments and duplexes.
Budgenor Lodge is approached by electric gates with a beautifully landscaped central courtyard garden.
On entering the property, an entrance hall with wood floors leads to a spacious sitting room and conservatory/dining room with French doors leading on to a south facing garden. The kitchen is set back from the sitting room and features a range of fitted units, and built in appliances.
On the first floor are two bedrooms, one en suite and a shower bathroom. On the second floor, there is a third double bedroom and a bedroom/study with conservation rooflights.
In addition, the property has the benefit of two parking spaces and visitor parking is also available.
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This is a charming and characterful conversion - just moments from my favourite farm shop at Cowdray.Sophie Richardson