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High Street, Burwash, Sussex
Branch: Heathfield 70 High Street, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 8JD. 01435 864233 email@example.com
- Grade II Listed Cottage
- Stunning views from the garden
- Wealth of character
- Two double bedrooms
- Beautifully appointed
- Garden Cabin
- Useful Cellar
- Village centre location
A beautifully appointed Grade II listed village cottage with accommodation over three floors and stunning views from the garden, situated in the heart of this picturesque and highly desired village high street, with pubs, shops, bus service and open countryside all within a few moments walk.
The picturesque village of Burwash, home to Rudyard Kipling, has a number of excellent public houses, a local village shop, Post Office and an outstanding Ofsted rated primary school. The nearby train station of Stonegate has regular trains running direct to London in just over the hour. Heathfield is under 6 miles and offers a diverse range of independent shops together with supermarkets and other services, whilst Tunbridge Wells is approximately 30 minute's drive,
This charming Grade II listed cottage is beautifully presented, benefits from gas central heating and offers affords a wealth of charm and character features. The front door leads directly into a cosy sitting room, with exposed beams, a fireplace with wood burning stove and oak flooring. An attractive kitchen boasts Almond Green coloured "Hi Gloss" cabinets with black granite worktops with underset Butlers sink and drainer grooves. there is a Stoves range style 7-gas burner cooker with matching cooker hood, integrated dishwasher and fridge, tiled floor and door leading out to the back garden. The cellar is a useful storage space with good head height and ample room for additional fridge and freezer.
The first-floor landing has an airing and store cupboard. There is a double bedroom, presently with studwork partitioning off a music sound booth, which could be easily removed if required. The room features an old fireplace and window with outlook over the High Street. Also on this level is the spacious bathroom, fitted with a Victorian style suite having a double ended roll-top bath with claw feet, separate large shower enclosure, WC and wash basin, black and white tile flooring and ladder style towel rail. Rising to the top floor is a large double bedroom with exposed ceiling beams, a dormer window overlooking the high street and Velux style window to the rear with far reaching views. There are plenty of built-in wardrobes and eaves storage cupboards.
Immediately adjoining the back of the house is a brick paved, pergola covered patio with brick-built building now used as a laundry room with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer and housing the gas fired boiler. There is also an outside toilet. Leading on down a path with a shared right of way is a greenhouse and shed, then on to a further area of garden laid to lawn with flower beds and which enjoys the most stunning views to the south over rolling countryside. There is a large modern cabin with electricity connected and decking.
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