Guide price £550,000 - £575,000 An attractive 16th century UNLISTED cottage, beautifully presented, with large garden, parking and garage. Located in the heart of the village, in a surprisingly private and secluded setting.
Guide price £550,000 - £575,000
Probably originating to the 16th century and believed to have originally been a former staging post, this charming attached UNLISTED cottage has been lovingly refurbished to a high standard in recent years by our client. The home is situated in the centre of Cross in Hand village, in a surprisingly private location, yet is only moments from local amenities, and with an excellent and diverse range of shops and services in Heathfield High Street, which is just over 1 mile distant.
The property benefits from gas fired central heating, "New England" style shutters fitted to many windows and the potential to create extra accommodation in the attic rooms.
A solid oak door leads into an entrance porch, which leads in turn to the attractive and beamed sitting room, a double aspect room with oak floor, outlook over the garden and square bay window to the side. The focal point of the room is a huge inglenook fireplace with fitted wood burning stove. The dining room has modern oak laminated flooring, French doors out to the garden and a wood burning stove. From an inner hallway with oak flooring, stairs rise to the first floor and there is a shower/cloaks room. The"hub-of-the-home" kitchen/breakfast room has oak flooring, colour-washed beams and is fitted with cabinets having onyx worktops with inset sink and drainer, recess for washing machine and space if required for a dishwasher, together with space for an American style fridge/freezer. There is a double-oven Rangemaster stove and central island unit with woodblock worktop. The breakfast area easily accommodates a large table and chairs and enjoys an outlook over the garden.
On the first floor are three generous double bedrooms and a landing with exposed beams and large eaves cupboards. The double aspect master bedroom has a semi-vaulted ceiling, square bay window to the side and an attractive outlook over the garden and a built-in double wardrobe. The second bedroom has exposed beams and timbers, a double wardrobe, whilst the third, double aspect bedroom has colour-washed beams and far reaching views towards the South Downs. The family bathroom has a modern white suite.
In the attic room are two inter-connecting rooms, one with a dormer window and both with access to further loft storage.
A latch gate leads to the private front garden, with a pathway to the front porch. Gates leads on to the to main gardens, which are larger than expected. Immediately adjoining the house are two large paved patio areas, the remainder is laid to lawn with well-stocked flower and shrub beds and borders, an old well head, shed, large part-insulated summerhouse/studio/workshop with service area adjoining. A path leads to large GARAGE/WORKSHOP, with adjoining carport and parking area. EPC Rating = D
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