4 Bed - House - Detached - For SaleBack to property listings
Guide Price £625,000
Stunning views from Dallington cottage, Sussex
Branch: Heathfield 70 High Street, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 8JD. 01435 864233 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Detached country cottage
- Four bedrooms
- Luxurious family bathroom
- Stunning rural views
- Wealth of character
- Ground floor 5th bedroom or family room
- "Hub of the home" kitchen/dining room
- Sitting room Inglenook
Guide price £625,000 to £650,000.
A charming four bedroom country cottage, full of character and period features, with exposed beams, Inglenook fireplace, "hub-of-the-home" kitchen/dining room with Aga and antique Range. Stunning, far reaching 'sunset views' over rolling countryside.
Guide Price £625,000 to £650,000
Situated in the rural hamlet of Woods Corner, close to the regarded local pub and near to the highly sought-after village of Dallington, with its Church and Primary School. The old market towns of Heathfield and Battle are both approximately 6 miles and offer excellent everyday shopping and amenities, whilst the coastal towns of Hastings and Eastbourne are approximately 13 and 16 miles respectively. Mainline rail stations at Robertsbridge (5.5 miles) and Etchingham (6.5 miles) both provide a service to London in around 70 minutes.
This charming weather boarded, unlisted period property is situated in a delightful country lane and enjoys stunning panoramic views across rolling Sussex countryside. The accommodation has been sympathetically refurbished in recent years, whilst retaining a wealth of period and character features including stripped old pine doors, exposed beams and wall timbers, together with a fine inglenook fireplace. The house benefits from oil fired central heating throughout with some contemporary radiators and "New England" style internal window shutters.
The kitchen/dining room is a wonderful "hub-of-the-home" room, a place where family and friends will gather. With a Welsh slate floor and imposing antique Range fitted into a fireplace, whilst the practical galley kitchen has an oil-fired Aga, electric double oven and hob, Butlers sink and cupboards for appliances. A heavily timbered central hall has a cloakroom, doors to both reception rooms and brick staircase leading down to the cellar, a most useful dry storage area which would make an ideal utility room. The charming double aspect sitting room has a beamed ceiling and superb old inglenook fireplace, fitted with a wood burning stove. Completing the ground floor is a useful second reception room with door leading directly out to the garden. This provides for a variety of uses including separate dining room, study, therapy room or ground floor bedroom.
On the first floor are four bedrooms, the large master has French doors out to a balcony to enjoy those stunning views and a most sumptuous Victorian style bathroom with full suite including a free-standing double-ended bath and a huge walk-in shower.
Next to the kitchen door is a "sun-trap" south facing patio area. Steps lead to one side of the house to a further elevated patio and then on to the first-floor balcony. The main garden lies to the further side of the cottage and takes full advantage of the stunning westerly facing views. There is an area of lawn, capped old wellhead, an old brick "privy” and large timber summerhouse.
EPC Rating = E
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