450,000 Freehold
The Street, Bramber, West Sussex, BN44 3WE
Under Offer
2 bedroom Attached



  • Delightful Grade II list cottage
  • Secluded garden to front and rear
  • Modern kitchen
  • Two bedrooms
  • Open brick fireplace with oak bressumer
  • Garage and parking
  • Spacious bathroom
  • Attractive village setting


Bramber is well known for its ruined Norman Castle and spectacular earthworks. It is a small village built upon a natural causeway which runs from the Castle to the river. Local shops are just across the River Adur, and Steyning with good shops and schools is about a mile away. A by-pass has largely removed through traffic and Yew Tree Cottage is in the Conservation Area.

The village lies at the foot of the South Downs National Park about five miles from the coast at Shoreham-by-Sea (main line railway station to London Victoria) and eight miles from Worthing. Brighton is about 11 miles and Horsham 14, and Gatwick Airport can normally be reached in about 40 minutes by car.

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Floorplan of The Street, Bramber, West Sussex, BN44 3WE

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An attached Grade II listed cottage with a wealth of exposed timbering providing a charming and comfortable home. The picturesque cottage comprises sitting room with open brick fireplace with oak bressumer and French doors to the garden, modern kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom with modern fittings. Garden to the front and rear garden enjoying a good degree of seclusion and door to single garage. Driveway with parking bay.

Ground Floor


Attractive Porch and front door to sitting room.

Sitting Room

20'8" plus alcove x 15'3" (6.32m x 4.7m) A delightful, triple-aspect room with exposed timbering and open brick fireplace with oak bressumer. French doors to garden. Stairs off to first floor.


14' x 9'8" (4.26m x 2.96m) Double aspect, overlooking the rear garden and with French doors to the side. Modern fittings with granite work surfaces to include a breakfast bar. Butler sink with mixer tap. Range of appliances including hob, oven, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and wine chiller. Utility cupboard with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled flooring.

From the sitting room, stairs lead to the

First Floor

Spacious Landing

Cupboard housing gas-fired boiler providing hot water and central heating. Further storage cupboard.

Bedroom 1

16'1" x 11'9" (4.9m x 3.58m) Double aspect. Exposed timbering.

Bedroom 2

11'10" x 8'10" (3.61m x 2.69m) Overlooking the village street. Built-in cupboards. Exposed timbering.

Spacious Bathroom

9'7" x 9'1" (2.92m x 2.77m) Free-standing roll-top bath on claw feet. Independent shower cubicle. Low-level WC. Pedestal washbasin. Heated towel rail.



There is a wooden picket fence to the front boundary with established plants and steps down to the front porch. Rear garden enjoying a good degree of seclusion, to lawn with patio section and mature planting. Personal door to garage.


Electrically-operated door. Driveway providing parking bay.

Services: All main services are connected.
Council Tax Valuation Band 'E'

1.    Any description or information given should not be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact or that the property or its services are in good condition.
2.    Measurements, distances and aspects where quoted are approximate.
3.    Any reference to alterations to, or use of any part of the property is not a statement that any necessary planning, building regulations or other consent has been obtained.
4.    The Vendor does not make or give, and neither Hamilton Graham nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.
5.    All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of Hamilton Graham.
6.    The property is Grade II listed as being of architectural or historic interest.
Intending purchasers must satisfy themselves on these matters.

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