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4 Bed - House - Semi-Detached - For Sale

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Guide Price £675,000

Uckfield Road, Ringmer, Lewes, Sussex
Branch: Lewes 64 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XG. 01273 474101 lewes@rowlandgorringe.co.uk


Features include:

  • Semi-detached Character Cottage
  • No forward chain - Immediately available
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Tastefully extended
  • Uninterrupted views to the rear over open farmland
  • Good size garden
  • Parking for up to six vehicles
  • Period features throughout
  • Electric heating
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A charming Grade II Listed four bedroom semi-detached cottage of immense character with spectacular views across open countryside. Dating back to the 18th Century, the cottage was sympathetically extended in 2019 to provide a stunning family kitchen with principal Bedroom suite above. Many period features have been retained including oak beams, exposed brickwork, an inglenook fireplace, other wrought iron feature fireplaces, internal drop latch panel doors and tile hung upper elevation to the front façade. Please call 01273 474101 for viewing appointments.

DESCRIPTION:

Offered with no forward chain, is this inspiring and tastefully presented semi-detached four bedroom, Grade ll listed period cottage, with immediate views across open countryside. Dating back to the 18th Century, the cottage was sympathetically extended in 2019 to provide a stunning bespoke family kitchen with principal Bedroom suite above. Many period features have been retained including oak beams, exposed brickwork, an inglenook fireplace, other wrought iron feature fireplaces, internal drop latch panel doors and tile hung upper elevation to the front façade.

A heavy panelled, light oak front door with wrought iron door furniture leads into the porch with stone floor and exposed brickwork; Cloakroom with high level traditional WC, wash hand basin, half panelled walls; double aspect, bespoke Kitchen with fitted birch ply carcasses and shaker-style doors with reclaimed Ash worktops, moveable central island, integrated dishwasher and tall fridge, space for Range/Aga cooker, stone floor (underfloor heating), French doors onto patio with views across open countryside; Dining Room with stone floor (underfloor heating) and door to rear porch/boot room; Sitting Room with stripped pine floor, open feature inglenook fireplace with inset wood burner and tiled hearth, bay window recess with easterly aspect, further wrought iron feature fireplace. Enclosed staircase leads up to the First Floor with dual aspect Principal Bedroom with exposed beams, skylight, walk-in wardrobe, en-suite Shower Room with walk-in tiled shower cubicle, low level WC, wash hand basin; Bedroom 2 with easterly aspect over front garden, deep storage cupboard and hanging rail, feature wrought iron fireplace, cupboard housing Thermaflow electric combi boiler providing hot water and central heating; family Bathroom with stripped antique pine floorboards, panelled bath with shower over, low level WC, hand wash basin over wooden vanity unit; two further Bedrooms.

Mains water and electricity, electric heating serving panel radiators throughout, private drainage (shared with neighbour). Double glazed windows to rear elevation, single wooden framed windows to front. Lewes District Council Tax Band D.

Outside:
The cottage is approached via a low walled enclosed cottage garden, comprising well stocked flower borders, and a paved path which continues around to the rear of the property with fabulous aspect over the surrounding countryside measuring approximately 0.3 acres. There is a large expanse of lawn with a post and rail enclosed pond, garden shed and greenhouse. To the northern/western boundary, there is a productive vegetable garden. To the side of the property is an outside brick built WC with high level traditional cistern and large Belfast sink, and a wooden shed with electric light, power and plumbing for washing machine/tumble dryer and freezer. There is a hot and cold water tap to the outside wall of the Kitchen. The rear garden is a true feature of the property, with outstanding views over uninterrupted farmland from the large paved terrace and open expanse of lawn. The gravel approach gives hardstanding for up to six vehicles.


LOCATION:

Lower Clayhill forms part of the parish of Ringmer, situated approximately 3.5 miles to the North of the county town of Lewes. Within immediate walking distance are the Cock Inn gastro pub and petrol station with convenience store. A short conveyance away is the thriving and bustling village of Ringmer, with a strong sense of tradition and its own 13th century parish church. This popular village affords a well attended secondary school with primary schooling of high repute found at nearby Barcombe and Little Horsted. Ringmer also provides local butcher's, farm shops, brewery and lively pubs, plus a weekly country market at the village hall. There is an active and friendly community of social clubs and societies. The famous Glyndebourne Opera House is situated on the outskirts of the village.


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For more information please call our Lewes office on 01273 474101.