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Cross In Hand, Heathfield, East Sussex
Branch: Heathfield 70 High Street, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 8JD. 01435 864233 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Georgian village house
- Six Double Bedrooms
- Three luxurious bathrooms
- Four Reception Rooms
- Triple Garage
- Studio over garage
- Gated entrance
- Approximately 1 acre plot
- All mains services
Virtual Viewing Video possible. A most comfortable Georgian village house, extensively and lovingly refurbished in recent years. With 6 bedrooms, 3 luxurious bathrooms, four reception rooms, triple garage with studio over and approaching 1 acre grounds.
Dating back in the most part to 1790 - the Georgian era, this most comfortable village home has been lovingly and extensively refurbished "from top to bottom" in very recent years.
With fine attention to detail throughout, creating in the process a home of much character having some exposed ceiling beams and a fine inglenook fireplace, but with all the conveniences of "modern-day" living, including a "High-end" kitchen and luxurious bathroom suites. Decoration throughout is neutral, using soft-tone paints including Little Greene and Annie Sloan, whilst hand-blown glass knobs adorn the internal doors.
All the rooms are awash with natural light from the large windows, with excellent head-heights and spacious dimensions. The room layout offers an adaptability of uses, including that for "multi-generation" living. The house is cabled to provide a good WIFI signal on all floors
Cross in Hand village offers a favoured bakery, pub and 24-hour garage with convenience store. Heathfield High Street is just over a mile, with a diverse range of shops and services and four supermarkets including Waitrose, along with many specialist independent retailers.
The regional centres of Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne are 14 and 16 miles respectively, Uckfield is only 9 miles away, whilst train stations will be found at Buxted (5 miles) with trains to London Bridge, or Stonegate (9 miles) & Wadhurst (12 miles) both to Cannon Street/Charing Cross.
The house and garden are enclosed and screened with mature hedging all around, with an electric gated gravel drive leading to an extensive parking area and the triple garage.
Entering the home, you are greeted by a welcoming and spacious reception hall, with a glazed door out to the back garden and a cloakroom leading off. The Living Room features a tall ceiling with exposed central beam and wide Inglenook fireplace, fitted with wood burning stove. The Dining Room can easily accept a large table with chairs and still has space to accommodate a baby grand piano.
Away from the main living space is a Library, a treble aspect room with French doors out to the garden and bookshelves fitted to one whole wall, incorporating a concealed door into the garage.
The Kitchen and Orangery interconnect and create that all important "hub of the home", a place where family and friends will naturally gather. The Neptune kitchen features a double width central counter with breakfast bar and cabinets on one side and further pan drawers, integrated dishwasher, waste bins and underset sink in the cooking area. Within a former fireplace is a gas "Range" style cooker. The Orangery has a heated tile floor and leading off is a utility room with door out to the back garden.
On the first floor is an exceptional master bedroom suite with luxurious bathroom and walk-in dressing room. A guest bedroom and the family bathroom are also on this level. On the floor above are four further bedrooms, one of which with an en suite shower room, together with a separate cloakroom. All the bathrooms are in a sleek and stylish contemporary style. The two bedrooms which are currently used as offices could easily be instated as one large room.
Above the garage is a large studio space, which could provide for an annexe, or could be opened into the house. The landscaped grounds extend to almost an acre, with paved sun terraces and extensive areas of lawn.
EPC Rating = D
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