Mole End The Street, Pulborough
Guide Price £545,000
Marketed by:Comyn & James
143 Lower Street
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- Charming Period Cottage (Listed Grade II)
- Living Room & Dining Room
- Study and Kitchen
- 2 Bedrooms & Bathroom
- Garage and Parking
- Beautiful Cottage Garden
- Local Village Inn & Country Walks
- Local Shopping & Station within 2.5 Miles
- No onward chain.
A very pretty period cottage (Listed Grade II) with a glorious garden and parking - well situated in the heart of this charming semi-rural hamlet near Pulborough. Lovely interior - full of character and set in tranquil surroundings. Comprehensive shopping and mainline station within 2.5 miles.
Entrance : A fine rose clad, timber framed porch opens to an entrance hall with a tiled floor and a deep understairs cupboard.
Living Room : A charming room (14'6 in width) with some nice views over the front and rear gardens. There is an impressive brick faced inglenook fireplace with a stone hearth, wood burning stove and copper hood above. Ceiling beams and recessed shelves. To the rear there are doors to a staircase to the first floor and to :
Study : With an outlook over the rear garden. Some exposed beams and shelves.
Dining Room : This also overlooks the main garden. There are exposed beams and to the far end an arch to
: Kitchen : With a range of wall and floor units, a sink and drainer and plumbing/spaces for a cooker, fridge and washing machinery. Window to the garden and roof light. Door to :
Rear Lobby : with a Potterton prima gas fired boiler, door to the rear garden and door to :
Cloakroom : WC, wash hand basin, cupboard and an obscured window.
First Floor Landing : Overlooking the main garden. Airing cupboard with a hot water tank and shelves.
Bedroom 1 : Another lovely room with a southerly aspect over the garden and several recessed wardrobe cupboards.
Bedroom 2 : With views to the side, a wardrobe cupboard and loft hatch.
Bathroom : A white suite with a panelled bath and shower attachment, wash hand basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Outside Garage and Parking : To the rear there is a hard standing parking area and a detached single garage with power points and side window.
The Cottage Garden : A wonderful feature of this characterful cottage - the well established main garden is open to the south and bounded by old stone walling and wooden fencing.
Brick paved paths lead round a central lawn passing beautifully stocked flower and shrub beds (including lavender and old roses) past a Summer House and a useful covered storage area to a stone paved sun terrace.
The neat rear garden has a parking area and a central lawn bordered by beautiful shrub and flower beds and fruit trees. Water tap and outside lighting.
Situation : Set in the heart of this small and charming hamlet in a quiet location, the property lies in a conservation area surrounded by glorious walks and vineyards.
There is a local village inn 'The Rising Sun' and a farm shop nearby. More comprehensive shopping and a mainline station (London 80 mins) are at Pulborough. Neighbouring West Chiltington has several general stores and village post offices.
Disclaimer Comyn and James would like to inform all prospective purchasers that these sale details have been prepared in good faith for a fair overall view of the property only and do not constitute part of an offer or a contract. All descriptions of dimensions and areas, reference to condition, permissions, covenants and boundaries are given as a guide and must not be relied on as a statement of fact. No person in the employment of Comyn and James LLP has authority to make any representation or warranty in relation to the property as we have not carried out a structural survey or tested services, appliances, or fittings. Photographs and floor plans show only certain aspects of the property at the time they were taken and it should not be assumed that the property remains exactly as it is shown. There may be a small discrepancy between measurements shown on the floorplan due to Metropix metric conversion. Prospective purchasers should make specific enquiries concerning any matters of particular importance affecting a decision to view or purchase the property and are strongly advised to contact the office regarding the availability of the property before undertaking any journeys and incurring any abortive costs.
Note : Comyn and James wish to point out that the google map marker and street scene may not show the exact location correctly as it will usually show the centre of the property's post code. Every effort has been made to try to ensure that the marker is in the correct place wherever possible. Comyn and James would also point out that Google maps are frequently out of date and do not show the true surroundings. If this is an important factor in a decision to view or purchase then please contact this office for further information and confirmation of the setting.
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Our policy is that we do not take referral fees for these introductions - except under the following circumstances : Should a person (introduced by us) to the mortgage or conveyancing services of London & Country Mortgages (L&C) - L&C will pay us 25% of any payment they receive from mortgage lenders. If that person engages the services of their recommended conveyancer, L&C will pay us £100 plus VAT for each completed sale and/or purchase instruction.
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The reason for us mentioning this is to you is to alert you that once they have gained access, they can monitor email correspondence, without you knowing, throughout a transaction. Then, at a relevant point, e.g. just before exchange of contracts, they can send an email to a client mirroring that of their solicitor asking for funds to be transferred to a certain bank account. That money then, of course, disappears.
Fortunately, we have not had such an instance but, feel it important to highlight the fact that if you do receive an email requesting funds, it is worth double checking with the person concerned by phone that it is genuine and the bank details are correct, before sending money. This could, of course, affect other areas of finance beyond property. Many solicitors are starting to highlight this point now, but for safety, we would urge you to be vigilant and check before sending money or passing on any personal details regarding any bank or credit card information.