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Six Bells, Alfriston, East Sussex
Branch: Seaford Station Approach, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 2AR. 01323 490680 Seaford@rowlandgorringe.co.uk
- Grade II Listed Building
- 3 Reception Areas
- Overlooking the Tye
- Freehold Property
- 2 Double Bedrooms
- Separate Bar & Restaurant Area
- Private Living Room
- Attractive 'Trade' Garden
- Character Features Abounding
- Stunning Village Setting
A 2 double bedroom apartment with Restaurant/Bar below which has been updated & improved by the current owner. Stunning location with access, views & garden onto the attractive Alfriston village Tye.
Dated to around the 15th Century, this Grade II listed building has been lovingly improved by the current owner with a new air-conditioned cellar, bespoke wooden panelling, a new bespoke Oak bar area with original acid etched glass, new bespoke Oak coffee bar area and a refitted kitchen area. A wealth of character and charm is on display including exposed structural beams, recessed windows, wood flooring and brace‘n’latch doors.
There are 2 indoor reception areas: the first having both entrances into the building, an inglenook fireplace takeing pride of place with working wood burner in situ, oak herringbone flooring as well as the coffee bar. The second reception area continues the herringbone flooring, with a partially vaulted ceiling over the bar and a service hatch/window to the garden. The refitted kitchen sits behind the bar and has a stable door to the garden. Customer toilets are located behind the kitchen with access from the garden.
Upstairs are the private quarters. Consisting of living room, 2 double bedrooms (bedroom 1 having a view over the Tye) and a bathroom.
One of the main features of this stunning property is the charming rear garden. Enjoying views and direct access onto, the Tye – Alfristons village green, which itself is overlooked by a beautiful village church (of which the Clergy House was the first national trust property) and surrounding trees - a peaceful beauty spot, popular with tourists and locals alike. The garden itself is a series of paved and gentle brick terraces, beginning with a wisteria draped pergola adjoining the property, all of which take advantage of the picturesque view.
Located on the High Street within the village centre of Alfriston. The village enjoys a range of shops including general store/post office/delicatessen, several other restaurants, tea rooms, coffee houses, boutiques, several hotels, public houses, a good primary school and with Drusillas Park just over a mile away. Surrounded by the South Downs National Park, there are delightful countryside walks as well as many outdoor pursuits. There is a marvellous community atmosphere, a lovely historic church, allotments and a village green where the local cricket team play. Mainline rail connections are available at the nearby village of Berwick. Alfriston is also served by the Cuckmere community bus.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.