Don't be put off by the name - this country house used to be three shepherd's cottage
Sheepwash Cottage is a Grade II listed chocolate box thatched cottage constructed of elevations of brick and flint under a thatched roof. Believed to originally have been three shepherd’s cottages, the property now comprises a charming single family home with lots of character features.
Accommodation is arranged over two floors. The reception rooms are welcoming and feature exposed beams, while the sitting room has a cosy woodburning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room features an AGA and bespoke units, while the boot room/study has a door out to the garden. Bedroom accommodation is upstairs and comprises principal suite and two further bedrooms.
The pretty gardens come to around half an acre and are mostly laid to lawn. There is also a summerhouse as well as a number of timber and brick outbuildings.
Sheepwash Cottage is located within the hamlet of Ham around a mile from the sea, and near both Sideham and the coastal village of Selsey. While Chichester is just five miles.
The guide price is £599,500. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01243 832 600 or visit www.struttandparker.com.