A charming, terraced cottage set in a desirable location in the popular village of Sheet on the outskirts of Petersfield. The cottage is situated close to the village facilities that include a nursery and primary schools, St Marys Church and Queens Head public house that sits off the village green.
The internal accommodation comprises a front facing sitting room with chimney breast and fitted dresser style shelves and cupboards either side, character sash windows and doorway through to a separate dining room with stripped wood floors, staircase to the first floor and door into a fitted cottage style kitchen which accesses a rear porch leading out to the garden. Off the kitchen is a bathroom with a white suite. On the first floor, a landing leads to three bedrooms, the principal bedroom boasts an en-suite shower room.
Externally, the garden enjoys an area laid to lawn with attractively planted flower and shrub beds and borders but also benefits from patio areas which provides the perfect space to relax and unwind whilst enjoying a fair degree of privacy.
Sheet village lies a short distance from the thriving market town of Petersfield and offers two popular public houses, church, and village school. Petersfield has a plethora of amenities. With the original market square at its heart and a twice weekly market, Petersfield offers a Waitrose and a Marks & Spencer Food Hall, as well as a selection of boutiques, restaurants, and independent coffee shops. With many active clubs and societies, Petersfield is renowned for its vibrant and welcoming social scene. It also benefits from an easy proximity to a wealth of leisure opportunities to suit all tastes, including Taro leisure centre with its pools, gym and workout classes. There is a choice of two golf courses located at Petersfield (one right on doorstep of Sheet). Get out into the countryside and enjoy horse riding, cycling and walking on numerous footpaths and bridleways across the surrounding countryside, within the South Downs National Park.
Council Tax – East Hampshire District Council – Band D £2021.20 (2023/24).