Almost fully sold as soon as it was launched, just two new homes now remain at Laytonfields in Hurstpierpoint – a choice between a spectacular five bedroom detached house and a rare opportunity to own a detached three bedroom contemporary bungalow.
Described by the Daily Telegraph as one of the most idyllic English villages, Hurstpierpoint is positioned at the foot of the South Downs National Park and welcomes you to its inviting high street full of independent shops, useful local amenities and is rapidly becoming a foodie destination with a quality range of eateries and pubs.
One of the remaining homes is Plot 15, a five bedroom detached family home with a generous 240 sq m of interior space, arriving complete with large gardens and a triple garage featuring an electric vehicle charging point.
Single storey living doesn’t get better than Plot 14, a spacious three bedroom detached bungalow brimming with character including a vaulted ceiling in the open plan living spaces, double garage with plenty of parking and a generous garden with stunning views over country open space.
Both properties feature beautifully crafted Stoneham kitchens opening out onto open plan dining and family areas. The high specification includes a range of NEFF integrated appliances to the kitchen and a Morso wood burning stove to the living area. Plot 15 further features a Rangemaster cooker, separate study area, utility room and two ensuite bathrooms.
“These last properties at this small development really have the ‘wow’ factor with their unusually high levels of specification included in the price says Dawn Fazio of local agent Clifford Dann. With the vibrant cultural scene buzzing in Hurstpierpoint and ease of access to major roads and mainline rail from Hassocks, you’ll be spoilt for entertainment and access to London and the south coast.”
Our advice is to hurry as you won’t want to miss an opportunity to take a tour of these last remaining homes. For more information and to book a viewing please call our sales advisor on 0808 168 3998 at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment.