CLEAVERS, BISHOPSTONE VILLAGE – £1,000,000
The sale of Cleavers’ offers the opportunity to acquire a charming detached house, situated in an idyllic location and having been constructed in its original form during the mid/late 1800’s notably as two semi detached cottages.
We are lead to believe that in the early1900’s the property was then extended and converted into its current form. More recently the property was owned and occupied by the renowned composer, the late Kenneth V Jones.
The property is situated on a no-through country lane, opposite St Andrew’s Church and village hall. Bishopstone village forms part of the South Downs National Park and is understood to have a population of around 200 people, including the nearby hamlet of Norton.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors and has been the subject of a loft conversion giving three extra rooms on the second floor, which are currently arranged as a study, library and music room. These rooms could be utilised as either bedrooms or work from home office space.
The ground floor has a spacious combined reception and music room with low level ceiling and decorative pillars. There is a good size dual aspect kitchen/dining room with adjoining laundry room and pantry. The drawing room has two bay windows and opens out onto the side gardens.
The first floor has a generous size landing affording access to four double bedrooms, all having a good level of storage facility. The main bedroom has an en suite facility.
The side gardens enjoy a westerly aspect frontage, providing plenty of afternoon sunshine and being reasonably private with flint stone boundary walls.
The property is in need of modernisation. Vacant possession subject to grant of probate.
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