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Harping Hill, Piddinghoe, East Sussex
Branch: Seaford Station Approach, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 2AR. 01323 490680 Seaford@rowlandgorringe.co.uk
- Detached Flint Cottage
- 4 Bedrooms
- 17th Century
- Original Features Throughout
- Living Room
- Dining Room
- South Facing Garden
- Garage with Power
- No Onward Chain
An attractive 17th century 4 bedroom flint cottage, with superb views, south facing garden and no onward chain.
A delightful grade II listed 17th century flint cottage, detached with 4 bedrooms and no onward chain.
The property retains much of the original character/charm including exposed beams, brace’n’latch doors through-out and with all principle rooms in the house facing south with views. An entrance porch with flagstone flooring opens into the dining area with views over the garden to distant farmland, stone tile flooring, cast iron fireplace with inset tiles and staircase leading to the first floor. The Stone tile flooring continues into the dual aspect kitchen, with views through trees. The triple aspect living room has a wood burner in situ, vaulted ceiling with mezzanine walk way to bedroom 2 and French doors into the conservatory. The conservatory is brick based with commanding views over the garden and countryside views. A bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs all 4 bedrooms have superb views with bedroom 1 having a dual aspect, bedroom 2 with its river views is accessed via an open mezzanine walk way above the living room. A shower/wc concludes the first floor.
Outside the pretty southerly facing garden wraps around 2 elevations of the property. Predominately laid to lawn with flower beds and views over the countryside. A home office/workshop is tucked behind the cottage with power and views. A covered stairwell leads down to the large single garage which has power, lighting and electric roller door.
Situated on a hillside, on the edge of the Ouse Valley, just outside Piddinghoe village. The village adjoins the river Ouse and has a 12th century church, village hall, boating and fishing lake. The county town of Lewes and harbour town of Newhaven are 7 and 2 miles respectively. Lewes mainline railway station offers connections to London Victoria in just over an hour. Newhaven offers ferry services to Dieppe. The city of Brighton is about 10 miles distant.
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