Nestled at the top of Hamsey Lane, sits the exclusive 18th-century Chyngton House. To the North East of the main house is a long flint barn, dating from 1836. Adjoining the barn is a single-story terrace of dwellings, which front Chyngton Lane. This predominantly flint and brick long, low building was originally cowsheds and a barn associated with Chyngton House. This mid-terrace two bedroom, lounge/diner, family bathroom, and modern fitted kitchen bungalow has exposed flint with stone quoins and red brick dressings and is situated in the foothills of the South Downs National Park, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with excellent countryside walks. The property also benefits from a garage and off-road parking.
Singla glazed door to front, cupboard, radiator.
Lounge 9’2 x 16’4
Double glazed patio doors to rear garden, radiator.
Kitchen 8’1 x 9’0
Modern fitted kitchen with wall and base units, one bowel sink and drainer, electric oven, and hob, cooker hood, space for washing machine and dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer, central heating boiler, radiator, singled glazed window to front, with secondary double glazing.
Bedroom One 10’4 x9’1
Double glazed window to rear, built-in wardrobes, radiator.
Bedroom Two 9’1 x 9’1
Double glazed window to front, with secondary double glazing, radiator.
W.c. wash hand basin, bath with mixer taps, shower double glazed window to front, with secondary double glazed window, shaver point, extractor fan, fully tiled, heated towel rail.
Garage and off-road parking.