A most charming Grade II listed detached cottage situated within the downland village of Wilmington. "Pond cottage" is believed to date back to the 18th Century and retains many original features which include a wealth of exposed joinery, beams and inglenook fireplaces under a traditional thatched roof. The Accommodation includes four bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen with AGA. Outside there is a separate detached studio annexe and lawned rear garden. Apply Lewes office 01273 474101.
A most charming and attractive Grade II listed detached cottage situated within the downland village of Wilmington. "Pond Cottage" is believed to date back to the 16th Century and retains many original features which include a wealth of exposed joinery, beams and inglenook fireplaces under a mostly traditional thatched roof. Downstairs, there is a delightful working country kitchen with oil fired AGA and rustic polished brick flooring. The dining room, with inglenook fireplace, leads through to a further study area whilst the main sitting room also enjoys an inglenook fireplace with feature wood-burning stove. The first floor is accessed by two separate staircases which lead to four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside, there is a large level lawned and well tended rear garden which offers far reaching panoramic views across the surrounding countryside and towards the South Downs National Park. In addition to the main property, there is a useful converted detached studio annexe with kitchenette. Further outbuildings include a log cabin and an attached garden room. Available with no upper chain an early inspection comes highly recommended.
The village of Wilmington nestles at the foot of the South Downs and offers beautiful walking and riding country. The village dates back to 11th century and still retains its 12th century church. St Bedes School for boys and girls is located approximately 5 miles distant at Upper Dicker. The historic county town of Lewes is approximately 10 miles distant and offers a wide range of individual specialist shops along with major supermarkets including Waitrose, schooling for all ages and recreation facilities. Mainline railway services to London are available from both Lewes (just over the hour) and Berwick (approximately 4 miles distant).
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