5 Bed - House - Detached - SSTCBack to property listings
Guide Price £650,000
Ringles Cross, Uckfield, Sussex
Branch: Uckfield 108-110 High Street, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1PX. 01825 762132 email@example.com
- CHARACTER PROPERTY
- ANNEXE WITH SHOWER ROOM
- OFF STREET PARKING FOR MULTIPLE CARS
- FIVE BEDROOMS
- BACKS ONTO WOODLAND
A five bedroom detached family home built in the 'Arts & Crafts' style with off road parking for five plus cars and character features throughout.
Rowland Gorringe are delighted to be marketing this five bedroom home built in the Arts & Crafts style, in the popular hamlet of Ringles Cross just outside Uckfield. The house retains lovely character features and has been sympathetically extended to provide spacious and comfortable accommodation throughout.
The property has served only three owners since being built.
Entering the property at the front, through a useful boot room, you have a traditional entrance hall with dual aspect lounge on the right with fireplace complete with wood-burning stove. French doors lead out of the lounge to the patio. Straight ahead is the study with views of the garden. Then to the left past the staircase is the family dining room capable of seating the largest of families. The dining room leads into the kitchen with a range of fitted cupboards and doors. Off the kitchen is the fifth bedroom with shower room and utility area.
Upstairs you will find four bedrooms and family bathroom. Access to the loft is also on the landing.
Outside are mature gardens with the rear backing on to woods. To the front is a gravel drive with plenty of room for several cars and a garage to the side.
Location: Oaklea, Ringles Cross is situated on the outskirts of Uckfield with its comprehensive range of shopping facilities including two supermarkets, schooling for all ages, restaurants, public houses, and mainline railway station with commuter links to London Bridge.
Directions: From our offices in Uckfield High Street proceed in a Northerly direction for approximately one mile, The property is found on the righthand side just before the Ringles Cross Public House.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.