4 Bed - Bungalow - Detached - For SaleBack to property listings
Guide Price £650,000
Horebeech Lane, Horam, Heathfield, East Sussex
Branch: Heathfield 70 High Street, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 8JD. 01435 864233 email@example.com
- DEATCHED BUNGALOW
- FOUR GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS
- LOUNGE / DINER
- MODERN KITCHEN
- OFF ROAD PARKING
- DOUBLE GARAGE
- GOOD SIZED REAR GARDEN
- GAS CENTRAL HEATING
- DOUBLE GLAZING
Detached four-bedroomed spacious bungalow, located on the edge of an attractive village filled with everyday amenties.
Guide Price £650,000 - £700,000
Guide Price £650,000 - £700,000
Offering to the market for the first time this delightful brick built spacious four bedroomed neutrally toned throughout detached bungalow.
The kitchen is accessed from both the hallway and lounge providing adequate floor and wall mounted cupboards, induction hob with extractor above, high level double oven and under counter spaces for tumble dryer, dishwasher, washing machine and space for Fridge/freezer.
Follow on through to a triple aspect L- shaped lounge/diner located to the rear is spacious, bright with a focal point of a built-in Electric fire, with a tiled hearth. Sliding Patio doors look over the terrace and beyond.
The principal bedroom has fitted wardrobes as does bedroom two. Completing the accommodation is a sperate cloakroom and a family bathroom with panelled bath and separate shower cubicle. Airing and storage cupboards.
To the front the property is approached via a shingle drive providing ample off-road parking. A trellis with mature shrubs provides privacy. There is also a double garage with up and over doors side access, power and lighting.
The long rear garden can be accessed via both sides of the property and is a gardeners delight with greenhouses, shed, patio area incorporating a Koi Carp Pond, veg beds, a spacious lawn area leading down to a variety of fruit trees.
Benefits include Gas fired central heating, double-Glazing, Off-road parking, Council Tax band E – EPC rating D
Viewings are highly recommended.
Located on the edge of the village, with direct access onto the Cuckoo Trail, yet only a few minutes’ walk to all the village shops, services and amenities.
Within the village you will find a variety of independent shops, including a well regarded butcher, grocers with delicatessen, general stores, pharmacy, together with a choice of hairdressers. There is also a doctor’s surgery, dentist, and veterinary practice along with a local junior school. Community life is strong in Horam, with a busy, lively village hall and a wide variety of clubs and associations, whilst recreational facilities include a bowls club, tennis, cubs and scouts, junior football, children’s play area, golf course and fishing at Horam Manor fishery. Peace and solitude are never far away in Horam's countryside. The area offers many opportunities to walk through woodlands, parkland and the beach at Pevensey is only 20 minutes drive. A frequent bus service runs from just outside the property to Eastbourne or Tunbridge Wells.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.