Situation: The property is situated in a central position in the much sought after village of Ticehurst, which offers a good range of local shops and amenities for everyday needs including a general store/post office, greengrocer, bakery, chemist, pubs, doctor’s surgery and primary school.
Wadhurst is just over 3 miles distant and provides a wider selection of local amenities including Uplands Community College and Sports Centre.
For the commuter mainline stations can be found at Stonegate and Wadhurst and both provide regular services to London
Charing Cross/Cannon Street in approximately an hour. The A21 is also within easy reach and links with the M25.
The regional centre of Royal Tunbridge Wells is just over 10 miles distant and provides a comprehensive range of amenities including the Royal Victoria shopping centre, cinema complex and theatres.
The beautiful surrounding countryside 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.
Description: The property is a very pretty Victorian mid-terrace cottage dating from the 1870s, which presents attractive brick external elevations beneath a slate roof and double glazed windows throughout.
The property has been much improved and well maintained by the current owner and provides well proportioned and spacious accommodation that is presented to a good standard throughout and benefits from period features including exposed floor boards and stripped pine doors.
Arranged over four floors the accommodation includes on the ground floor a sitting room with an open fireplace fitted with a wood burner, exposed floor boards, dado rail and a double glazed sash window to the front. To rear of the house is a kitchen/breakfast room fitted with an extensive range of wall and base units with granite work surfaces, space for appliances, a stable door leading out to the garden and a door leading to the converted basement, which is a useful room and currently used as bedroom (it has previously been used as a dining room) and has fitted cupboards and shelves and a window to the front. On the first floor there are two bedrooms (one double and a single) and a family bathroom. Stairs lead from the single bedroom to the top floor, which provides a further good-sized double bedroom with a study area and enjoys views to the rear over surrounding countryside.
To the rear of the property is a delightful cottage garden, which has been landscaped to provide a lovely terrace outside the kitchen with a path leading to a further brick terraced area with a pergola. The garden is planted with a variety of mature shrubs and plants and there is also a garden shed.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Gas central heating
Local Authority: Rother District Council (01424) 787878
Current EPC Rating: E
NB: Currently let at £1,050 PCM