A unique detached home located in the rural hamlet of Caneheath. Refurbished to a high standard and blending both characterful charm of the original cottage and modern family living offered from the large extension accommodation comprises two reception hallways, four bedrooms, kitchen/dining room with AGA, utility room, sitting room with feature high ceilings, family snug, office, modern bathroom, shower room and cloakroom. Established gardens to front and rear, double garage and separate office space. Call Lewes 01273 474101.
Caneheath Cottage is a unique rural detached home having been refurbished to a high standard blending both the 'olde worlde' charm of the original characterful cottage and the spacious, light and modern extension ideal for modern family living. The ground floor accommodation comprises a welcoming reception hallway with oak doors, feature high pitched ceiling and quarry tiling flooring, the sitting room offers feature high pitched ceiling, brick fireplace and views across the rear garden can be enjoyed. The double aspect kitchen is fitted with quality oak units with granite work surfaces and double butlers sink, quarry tiled flooring, built in Miele appliances and an electric Aga with a separate utility room. There is a cosy family snug with feature fireplace, an additional characterful reception hallway, two bedrooms, an office, a refitted modern bathroom, separate shower room and cloakroom. Upstairs the accommodation includes two bedrooms (one accessed through the other). The well front and rear established gardens are laid to lawn with a variety of fruiting trees, hedging plants and paved seating areas. There is ample off road parking provided by the driveway and double garage and the benefit of a separate office space. Viewing of this property is recommended, call Rowland Gorringe to arrange an appointment 01273 474101.
Caneheath is a small hamlet is surrounded by miles of scenic farmland and woodland including Abbots Wood with its many attractive public footpaths. There is also an 18th Century Inn and close by is the village of Arlington with its Parish Church, Reservoir and Public House, The Yew Tree Inn. Trains to London are available from Berwick station, about 1½ miles distant and Polegate which is approximately 4 miles away. Bede's secondary school is located in Upper Dicker and both Eastbourne College and St Andrew's are in Eastbourne. The Historic County Town of Lewes is approximately 11 miles distant and offers an excellent range of amenities including mainline railway station (London Victoria just over the hour) and a variety of shops, leisure centre, tertiary college, primary schools and senior schools. The universities of Sussex and Brighton are about 15 miles distant and the famous Glyndebourne Opera House is about 10 miles away on the outskirts of Ringmer.
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