- 4 Stonegate Court
- • 20ft sitting/dining room
- • Large double bedroom
- • Kitchen and bathroom
- • Private mediterranean-style garden
- 5 Stonegate Court
- • 21ft kitchen/dining room
- • Sitting room
- • Cloakroom
- • Three bedrooms (two doubles and a single)
- • Family bathroom
- • Landscaped cottage gardens
- • Each property benefits from useful storage in a communal barn; there are two parking space, visitor parking and communal gardens
A rare opportunity to acquire a beautifully presented 3-bedroom attached house and an adjoining 1-bedroom bungalow, set within in a small courtyard development in the centre of the village within easy reach of amenities and the mainline station. NO CHAIN.
Situation: 4 and 5 Stonegate Court are situated within a small development of just eight properties in the centre of the much sought after village of Stonegate with its church, village hall, well regarded primary school and mainline railway station.
Burwash and Ticehurst villages are within 3½ and 4 miles respectively, both of which have a selection of local shops and amenities. Wadhurst village lies just over 3½ miles distant and offers a wider range of shops and services for everyday needs a Jempson’s Local store and post office, café, delicatessen, butcher, pharmacy, bookshop, art gallery, florist, off licence, public houses, as well as a doctor’s surgery, dentist, primary school and the well regarded Uplands Community College and Sports Centre.
The regional centre of Tunbridge Wells is about 10 miles distant and provides a comprehensive range of amenities including The Pantiles, Royal Victoria Shopping centre, cinema complex and theatres. For the commuter, Stonegate station is approximately 1 mile distant and provides a regular service to London Charing Cross/Cannon Street in just over an hour. The A21 is also within easy reach and links with the M25 and the coast. Gatwick Airport is about 40 miles to the west, the Eurotunnel terminal at Folkestone is about 45 miles to the east and central London is about 50 miles away.
The beautiful surrounding countryside is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and includes Bewl Water Reservoir, reputedly the largest area of inland water in the South East, where a wide range of water sports can be enjoyed including an Aqua Park, walking and cycling trails, sailing, paddleboarding, rowing and fishing.
Description: 4 and 5 Stonegate Court form part of a small development built in 1985 of what was originally a farmyard. The properties are both beautifully presented throughout, having been sympathetically and tastefully updated and improved during the current owners’ occupancy, including new double-glazed windows and doors, upgraded electrics, new electric heating, complete redecoration, and new carpeting throughout.
Externally, number 4 has brick elevations and number 5 has elevations of brick and weatherboarding – both properties have tiled roofs.
Internally, number 5 is arranged over two floors and includes a spacious entrance hall leading to a sitting room with an attractive fireplace and French doors out to the garden, a cloakroom and a well-appointed kitchen/dining room with a tiled floor and an extensive range of gloss white wall and base units, and integrated appliances; there are also French doors leading out to the garden. On the first floor there is a modern, fully tiled family bathroom and three bedrooms (two doubles and a single) – with two of the bedrooms enjoying wonderful far reaching views over surrounding countryside. Number 4 has an entrance hall leading to a fully tiled bathroom, a large bedroom with built in wardrobes, a well-planned kitchen, a good-sized sitting/dining room with a fireplace and French doors leading out to the garden – the bedroom, kitchen and sitting room all enjoy a lovely outlook of the garden.
Outside, the properties enjoy areas of communal garden and there are two parking spaces as well as plenty of visitor parking. Adjacent to the parking area is a barn, which has been divided into useful individual storage areas. Whilst each property has its own separate front door, the gardens have been thoughtfully landscaped and are arranged to create a joint space (although these could easily be separated, if required). Number 5 has a private decked area to the front of the property, and to the rear there are cottage gardens, laid to lawn with gravel areas and flower beds planted with a variety of shrubs and plants. The garden leads to a beautifully landscaped mediterranean garden with a large terrace, oak sleeper beds planted with mature olives, a further terrace beneath a pergola and a good-sized garden shed.
Current EPC Ratings: E
Services: Mains water and electricity
Local Authority: Rother District Council
Council tax bands: Both properties are
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