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The sale of Norton House offers the opportunity to acquire a charming attached house with flint stone elevations, large feature front gable and situated in an idyllic location. We are lead to believe that the house may have been added to the immediate neighbours property in the late 1800’s

The property is situated on a no-through country lane, half a mile from the rural hamlet of Bishopstone, St Andrew’s Church and village hall. Bishopstone village & Norton form part of the South Downs National Park and are understood to have a population of around 200 people.

There are picturesque front and side rose gardens with flint stone and brick built boundary walls.

Accommodation is arranged over three floors. The ground floor has a library, office, boiler room, conservatory, ground floor bedroom and a bathroom.

The first floor has an L shaped double aspect sitting room with wood burning stove and two french doors opening out to large balcony with excellent views over miles of downland. There is a double bedroom, kitchen/diner and a further double aspect bedroom on this floor.

The second floor has two further double bedrooms, both capitalising on the excellent direct views across miles of downland.

PLEASE NOTE: The utility lobby has steps leading down to another bathroom which forms part of a flying freehold across the immediate neighbouring property.

The property is need of modernising, with vacant possession being subject to grant of probate.

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If you would like to arrange a viewing, please call our team on 01323 898 414

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