Well Cottage is a charming Grade II listed semi-detached village house, believed to date from the 17th Century and is located within the much sought-after hamlet of Upperton. The cottage includes pretty part tile hung elevations and is in an elevated sunny position amongst other pretty period cottages. The cottage has recently undergone extensive refurbishment to a very high standard which includes a bespoke fitted kitchen with top of the range Siemens induction hob and a double oven with microwave, the ample worksurface is made from quartz and has a sink with an Insinkerator fitted and a mixer tap over that provides instant boiling water and filtered cold water. There is a very good range of fitted wall and base units providing excellent storage and includes a fully integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The pretty, south facing double aspect sitting room has a wood burning stove, bench seating that provides an ideal dining area and attractive oak flooring throughout. From the entrance hall an easy staircase rises to the first floor which includes two interconnecting bedrooms, both with cupboards, and a very well fitted shower room, with power shower. Outside, at the front of the property, is a garage, with up-and-over door, which also includes a wine store and which provides an additional parking space in front of the garage. Stone steps rise to the garden, which is built above the garage and is completely paved with York stone. The garden is south facing and is a lovely sun trap, being elevated from the lane and bordered by a combination of wooden and iron fencing.
Well Cottage is located in the popular hamlet of Upperton which is quietly located on the west side of Petworth Park amidst the rolling West Sussex countryside and within The South Downs National Park. Access to the beautiful Petworth Park is just moments away and there are endless footpaths and bridleways very close by. Tillington is about 1/2 a mile to the south with the Horseguards Inn pub and the 12th century All Hallows Church. Petworth is about 2 miles to the east with shopping for everyday needs and Midhurst is about 5.5 miles to the west which also has the Cowdray Park Golf Club and Polo lawns. Goodwood (about 12 miles) has horseracing, motor racing and golf. The cathedral city of Chichester (about 17 miles) with its renowned Festival Theatre has further shopping facilities with a good selection of high street shops and supermarkets. Mainline stations are at Pulborough (about 8 miles and Haslemere (about 11 miles), both providing services to London and the south coast. The A3 can be accessed via Milford in under half an hour.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Heating and hot water is via a new electric boiler with underfloor heating to part and radiators to the remainder. The refurbishment included renewal of the electrical wiring, plumbing and also a new chimney and flue.
From Petworth head west along the A272. Turn right into Tillington, continue past the Horseguards pub, continue uphill, with the wall of Petworth Park on your right, past the cricket ground/tennis courts. One in Upperton the road narrows and rises steeply and near the brow of the hill, Well Cottage will be found at on the right-hand side.
Strictly by appointment with the sole agent RH & RW Clutton.