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Chiddingly, Lewes, Sussex
Branch: Heathfield 70 High Street, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 8JD. 01435 864233 email@example.com
- Truly rural location
- Highly sought after area
- Grade II listed
- Twin Oast House
- Cottage garden
- Detached old cart barn
This charming, newly refurbished, twin roundel Grade II listed Oast House is located in a truly rural location, in the leafy lanes between the highly sought after villages of Chiddingly, Waldron and East Hoathly.
Situated in a rural location between the highly sought after villages of Chiddingly, Waldron and East Hoathly, surrounded by countryside walks provided by the numerous bridal paths and foot paths close by. The market town of Heathfield is only 4 miles away with it's day to day amenities, the County Town of Lewes 12 miles and the coast at Eastbourne 14 miles. The nearest London line rail station is 7.5 miles at Buxted.
This truly charming twin roundel Grade II listed Oast House is now back on the market after a full refurbishment by the current owners, having once been split into two apartments the Oast House has now been completely transformed into a generous 4 bedroom detached property with ample parking.
Step over the threshold onto the engineered oak flooring of the bright, welcoming entrance hall, this leads into the spacious dual aspect sitting room that's awash with natural light with a stable door to the garden, exposed beams and a new log burner a real focal point of the room. A brand new kitchen with engineered oak flooring, wooden units, a bespoke granite worktop, integrated dishwasher, combination microwave oven, oven and hob occupies one of the roundels, whilst the other roundel is set out as a dining room. Completing the ground floor is the utility room and WC.
On the first floor there is large landing with exposed roof trusses which could serve as an open study or library area. Generous double bedrooms are found in each of the roundels both with double aspect, the master bedroom is bursting with natural light due to a well thought out design. The room is full of character features such as the exposed beams and an original external staircase leading down to the garden. It also has a modern en-suite shower room with double shower cubicle. There is an open study area which could easily become a good size fourth bedroom, the owners have obtained listed building consent to install a stud wall and door which can be arranged if desired. Completing the first floor is the new family bathroom with double ended bath with shower above and shower screen, WC, heated towel rail and hand basin.
Outside the cottage garden faces south/east and is a real sun trap due to the open south aspect, with a large sandstone patio ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the level garden is mainly laid to lawn interspersed with a handful of specimen trees, shrubs and fruit trees. Over a track is a generous parking area, storage shed, detached old brick cart barn and an area that could provide for garaging, subject to the usual planning consents.
Further benefits are modern electric radiators, mains water and modern private drainage system.
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