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Guide Price £500,000
Palehouse Common, Framfield, Uckfield,
Branch: Uckfield 108-110 High Street, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1PX. 01825 762132 firstname.lastname@example.org
- SALE AGREED BY ROWLAND GORRINGE
Rowland Gorringe is delighted to present this stunning three-bedroom semi-detached period cottage with a garden studio and beautiful views of open countryside. This property is ideally located just outside of Uckfield and is a must-see for anyone looking for a semi-rural location.
Rowland Gorringe is delighted to present this stunning three-bedroom semi-detached period cottage with a garden studio and beautiful views of open countryside. This property is ideally located just outside of Uckfield and is a must-see for anyone looking for a rural location.
As you approach the property, a path with mature planting on either side leads you to a fully glazed front door into a porch area. The porch has space for coats and a shoe rack. French doors open into the dining room with a large, front-facing feature window that floods the property with natural light. The room boasts hardwood flooring throughout. Through the dining room, you will find the snug area just off the kitchen. The snug has a hardwood floor and a feature fireplace serviced by a wood burner. There is also plenty of storage space with a large under-stairs cupboard and storage cupboard. The snug seamlessly flows through to the farmhouse-style kitchen with a five-ring Smeg induction hob and electric ovens, ceramic sink, and space for a fridge freezer. The kitchen has an abundance of under-counter units and a hardwood worktop. The entire floor is tiled, and a skylight above provides warm light throughout. The garden room is located off the kitchen to the rear and is south-facing. Full-width bifold doors out onto the garden patio provide light, along with a second aspect window. The downstairs utility cupboard provides space for a washing machine. The downstairs bathroom has a walk-in shower, low-level W.C. and Burlington washbasin, and tiled flooring.
Upstairs, the second bedroom is a double bedroom with exposed painted wooden floors and stunning views over rolling countryside. The third bedroom is a large single bedroom with painted wood floors and the same views over the countryside. The family bathroom has a panel bath with an overhead shower, low-level W.C. and handbasin, and houses the airing cupboard with shelf space and secondary linen storage is also present. The principal bedroom has a double aspect with picturesque views over the countryside and views to the rear of the property. It also has large eaves storage.
Outside, there is a south-facing patio area that is flooded by the sun. The area laid to lawn extends out to a low-level diving chicken fence, leading to another area laid to lawn with a path to the garden studio. The garden studio comes with laminate flooring, power, wood burner, and electric radiator. There is a substantial shed to the side of the garden studio with a separate entrance and power, another storage shed to the side of the studio, log storage, and two other sheds. The boundary is surrounded by mature planting and hurdle fencing. To the front of the property is a driveway with space for one car, and there is free off-road parking opposite the property on the road.
Located in the peaceful Hamlet of Palehouse Common, this property is surrounded by beautiful countryside and offers easy access to the Uckfield town centre and railway station. The station has commuter services to London/London Bridge, making it an ideal location for those working in the city. The town itself is equipped with a variety of amenities, including shops, restaurants, a cinema, a library, a local hospital, a bus station, and excellent schools that cater to children of all ages, including a community college. The coastal towns of Eastbourne and Brighton, the Royal Spa town of Tunbridge Wells, Gatwick Airport, and the M23/M25 motorways are all conveniently located within a short driving distance. In addition, the Ashdown Forest, with its 6,500 acres of scenic walks and horse-riding opportunities by permit, is also situated nearby.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.