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Edwardian Elegance. Perfectly presented in neutral hues, this bright semi-detached village home has been lovingly refurbished. With two reception rooms, modern kitchen, utility room and cloakroom, conservatory, three bedrooms plus a study/playroom area and useful attic room. There are attractive gardens and a garage. Not to be missed!
Built circa 1910, this Edwardian semi-detached house has been lovingly refurbished by the owners to provide an elegant and comfortable home, with rooms decorated in neutral tones and awash with natural light. Benefits and features include modern double glazing, gas central heating, modern oak flooring and wood burning stove.
The village high street is only a few minutes’ walk, where you will find a variety of independent shops including a regarded butcher, grocers with delicatessen, general stores, pharmacy and a modern Co-op, together with a doctor’s surgery, dentist and veterinary practice. Community life is strong in Horam, with a wide variety of clubs and associations, whilst recreational facilities include a bowls club, tennis, golf course and fishing at Horam Manor fishery. Only 1/4 mile away is The Cuckoo Trail, a 12-mile former railway line between Polegate and Heathfield, providing a traffic-free safe route for cyclists, walkers and horse riders amongst beautiful countryside.
On the ground floor is a dining room and sitting room, both with modern oak flooring, the sitting room has a large bay window and fireplace with fitted wood burning stove, whilst the dining room features a most attractive Edwardian fireplace with inset decorative tiling. The kitchen and utility rooms are fitted with cream-coloured "Shaker" style cabinets including pan-drawers, wood effect worktops and "Metro" tiled walls. Completing the ground floor is a modern conservatory enjoying an attractive outlook over the back garden, together with a cloakroom.
On the first floor the main bedroom has two windows to the front and fitted wardrobes. A useful study/playroom area leads to two further bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes, whilst a large bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite including a "P" shaped bath with shaped shower screen, a wash basin in vanity unit, W.C. and large chromium towel rail. There is a double width airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and boiler.
A useful attic room has a dormer window to the rear and eaves storage cupboards.
An integral garage has an up and over door, personal door to back garden, power and light points and ample space for a tumble dryer and freezer. The front garden has a concrete drive and parking/turn area, flanked with flower borders. A pedestrian gate leads to the back garden which has a patio with low level brick retaining walls, lawns, flower and shrub borders, productive vegetable patch, old brick privy, large greenhouse, timber garden shed and chicken run.
EPC Rating = C
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