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Graffham, West Sussex
Guide price £695,000 | 2 bedrooms

Property features

• BEST AND FINAL OFFERS BY 12.00 MIDDAY ON WEDNESDAY 27th JULY 2022
• Delightful, detached village house
• In need of some updating with potential to enlarge
• 2 bedrooms, bathroom & dressing area
• Sitting room, dining hall and study
• Kitchen/breakfast room & utility room
• Large conservatory
• Delightful cottage garden
• Parking for 1 car, garage, workshop & studio
• In all about 0.2 of an acre

Strictly by appointment with the sole agent
RH & RW Clutton - 01798 344554

Mulberry Cottage is an attractive, period, village house set within a lovely garden and with superb rural views. Historical investigation by the owner's family indicates the original part of the building may date from 1700's, when it formed part of a small complex of buildings known as The Smithy and the building was probably a single story barn or open fronted wagon/stock shed, of flint and brick construction. Further investigation shows that, in the early 1900s, the property was probably converted and developed into a residential property. Mulberry Cottage has been reasonably well maintained over the years, but would now benefit from some improvement and may also offer the opportunity of enlargement, subject to all the necessary consents.

The spacious accommodation includes very good ceiling heights and has a light and spacious feel, being mainly arranged on the ground floor. An entrance lobby gives access into the dual aspect sitting room, which is spacious and with a fireplace at one end. A door leads into the dining hall, with a door to the kitchen/breakfast room, which in turn gives access to the utility room. From the dining hall, a door opens into the large conservatory, overlooking the garden and with a cloakroom to one side.

A staircase from the dining hall leads to a small study area on the first floor, which in turn, leads in to the second double bedroom.

Outside, the front of the property is set behind an attractive stone wall with brick coping, and two separate access gates. A paved off-street parking space also gives access to the single garage and to the garden. The garage has a small workshop and studio at the rear. The house sits very well within the lovely cottage garden, which is quite private and backs onto neighbouring farmland. There are large areas of lawn, mature shrubs, hedges and trees and there are some rural views. A large dilapidated timber shed is to one side.

Mulberry Cottage is situated within the very popular and much sought after village of Graffham, which is nestled at the foot of the South Downs and is within South Downs National Park. Graffham has a church, village shop (about 300 yards away) and two village pubs, both with walking distance. There is easy access to miles of walking along local footpaths and bridleways. The picturesque and historic towns of Midhurst and Petworth are both about 5 miles away and each offer an excellent range of shops for everyday needs. The Cowdray Park Estate with its polo grounds and golf course is with about 5 miles. The Goodwood Estate, about 13 miles to the south, has horseracing, golf and motor racing. The cathedral city of Chichester is about 15.5 miles to the south with a wider selection of high street shops and the renowned Festival Theatre. Haslemere (about 14.5 miles) has a mainline station to London Waterloo and Pulborough, with services to London Victoria and London Bridge, is about 9 miles.

EPC rating F (31)

COUNCIL TAX - Band E - £2,437.70 (2022/2023)

Mains electricity, drainage and water are connected. Heating and hot water are via an oil-fired boiler with radiators.

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RH & RW Clutton - 01798 344554
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RH & RW Clutton - 01798 344554
 

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