3 Bed - Cottage - For SaleBack to property listings
Offers In Excess Of £475,000
Sandy Lane, Framfield,
Branch: Uckfield 108-110 High Street, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1PX. 01825 762132 firstname.lastname@example.org
- VENDORS HAVE FOUND
- WITHIN EASY WALKING DISTANCE OF FRAMFIELD
- FANTASTIC VIEWS
- 18TH CENTURY COTTAGE
- ON THE WEALD WAY
- RURAL SITUATION
- SPACE FOR THREE CARS
- THREE STORY REAR EXTENTION
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- TWO BATHROOMS
Rowland Gorringe is delighted to present this stunning late 18th-century cottage. The property boasts three double bedrooms and has been impeccably restored and extended while keeping the original character of the house intact. The cottage is situated on Sandy Lane, just outside of Framfield, in an elevated position, providing fantastic views of both the South Downs and North Downs. With direct access to The Weald Way, this property is a must-see.
Rowland Gorringe is delighted to present this stunning late 18th-century cottage. The property boasts three double bedrooms and has been impeccably restored and extended while keeping the original character of the house intact. The cottage is situated on Sandy Lane, just outside of Framfield, in an elevated position, providing fantastic views of both the South Downs and North Downs. With direct access to The Wealdway, this property is a must-see.
Approached by a picket gate into the front garden, the property features an oak front door with a feature window. The living room boasts original Victorian quarry tiles and an east-facing aspect that overlooks the front garden, allowing for ample natural light to flood the room. The original beams are still in place, and the feature fireplace is heated by a wood burner. Moving on from the living room, through a terracotta tiled hallway, the property opens up into the kitchen, which was converted from the old cattle shed. The kitchen features a double-wide Smeg range cooker, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer and a porcelain Franke sink. The aspect from the large windows over the rear garden provides plenty of natural light. The spacious kitchen/dining room currently houses a large dining table with eight seats. Downstairs, there is a family Heritage white bathroom suite with a freestanding bath with a shower above, a pedestal basin, and a low-level W.C. Upstairs, the principal bedroom is spacious and has a dressing area, with stunning views over the south downs. The principal bedroom is serviced by an en-suite with a walk-in shower, a pedestal basin, and a low-level W.C. The third bedroom, also a double, has views towards the front of the property. On the first floor, the second bedroom is split over two levels, currently with a seating area and a double bed, and benefits from views over the north downs. Farrow and Ball paint has been used throughout.
The property has a west-facing rear garden that features a spacious patio area leading to an artificial lawn and a garden shed. The garden is surrounded by mature plants and can be accessed from the rear. The house also benefits from a small front garden enclosed by a wooden picket fence and parking space for up to three cars opposite. Additionally, there is some extra land to the front of the property, which is south facing. It is laid to lawn with a patio seating area looking across to the South Downs. Enclosed by fence, fruit trees and mature hedging. Also access to cesspit. The Wealdway along with numerous other walking routes making it a paradise for nature lovers.
The property runs on LPG, mains electricity and water and a Cesspit. Wealden District Council tax band C.
Situated on the ever popular Sandy Lane benefitting from direct access to the Wealdway and being the second highest settlement in east Sussex this property benefits from breathtaking views of the South Downs and North Downs. Within walking distance of Framfield with its village school and public house and within 2 miles of the larger town of Uckfield with its comprehensive range of shopping facilities including two super markets, schooling for all ages, restaurants, public houses and mainline railway station with commuter links to London Bridge.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.