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A most appealing two bedroom semi-detached period farmhouse, displaying a wealth of period features that is quietly 'tucked away' in a tranquil semi-rural location enjoying immediate countryside views. The property would appeal to those purchasers who have the requirement for equestrian facilities as there is a horse/field shelter set within a small hand standing/turnout area. Apply Lewes 01273 474101
A most appealing semi-detached period farmhouse, displaying a wealth of period features that is quietly 'tucked away' in a tranquil semi-rural location enjoying immediate countryside views. The property would appeal to those purchasers who have the requirement for equestrian facilities as there is a horse/field shelter set within a small hard standing/turnout area with post and rail fencing, electricity and water, with wide gates leading out to large frontage. Ancillary to this is a steel constructed barn/workshop with timber fascia that is presently used for tack and feed purposes. This outbuilding is subject to a planning application with the Wealden Council (WD/2019/0778/F) to convert this to a recreational annexe comprising Double Bedroom, Sitting/Living area with Bathroom. The garden would also lend itself to any purchaser who has a passion for animals as there is a established chicken/duck run with concrete base of timber construction with wire/mesh restraints. In front of the outbuilding/barn there is ample parking and turning area for vehicles and horse box. Competition equestrian centre and good bridle ways nearby.
The Old Farmhouse affords a particularly homely and welcoming feel with period features including the inglenook fireplace with broad dated Bessemer beam over and recessed former bread ovens. There are a wealth of exposed beams that on the whole provide fair ceiling heights. The kitchen is a true feature having been fitted with hand crafted units of which the base cupboards are surmounted by broad work surfaces. This fine period home is constructed of mellow brick elevations with upper parts tile hung all under a pitched clay tiled roof. There is also a good-sized brick terrace which is accessed via French double door within the dining and sitting room. A viewing appointment is unhesitatingly recommended.
The property is conveniently located amidst surroundings ideally situated for commuting from the county town of Lewes, approximately 8 miles distant and offering a wide range of individual specialist shops along with Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets. Schooling for all ages and recreation facilities. Mainline railway services are available to London (just over the hour). Hailsham is about 5 miles with good shopping facilities.
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