Beautiful 16th Century cottage at foot of South Downs

Beautiful 16th Century cottage at foot of South Downs

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home is a beautiful 16th century cottage in the South Downs National Park. From our garden we have a great view of the spectacular Wolstonbury Hill and there are lots of beautiful countryside walks - through the woods or up on the hills - from our front door. We are down a very quiet country lane, popular with riders and walkers, so it's very peaceful, and yet we are only 7 miles away from the cosmopolitan city of Brighton. We are close to a lovely village with lots of little independent shops and pubs. There are some lovely pubs nearby and we are walking distance to a pub.
We moved here a year ago and are in the slow process of renovating it. It's quite rustic but very comfortable. We have an amazing inglenook fireplace and huge old refectory table in our dining hall and a wood burning stove in the living room. The bathrooms are quite basic but adequate. We have a one acre garden.
We are just five minutes to Hassocks train - this can get you into central London in an hour or into central Brighton in just 10 minutes.

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More about us

  1. We're a couple with 5 year old Isla and 3 year old Innes

  2. My husband works in the energy industry and I'm a writer.

  3. We moved from London to the South Downs a year ago.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The Jolly Sportsman, The Ginger Fox, Bull Ditchling, Terre a Terre Brighton
Cool bars
Lots in Brighton
Retail therapy
Lewes and Brighton has lots of lovely independent boutiques
Bit of culture
Glynde Opera
Walks in the park
No park, just the Downs
Spot of exercise
Hiking up the hills, swimming in the sea
Day tripping
Lots of pretty villages, National Trust houses, Lewes

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