SALE AGREED: A charming semi-detached Victorian House in a village location comprising three bedrooms and two reception rooms, together with a delightful 100ft rear garden.
OFFERING VACANT POSSESSION: COVERED PORCH, ENTRANCE HALL, BAY-FRONTED SITTING ROOM, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN, LOBBY, THREE FIRST FLOOR BEDROOMS, BATHROOM/WC, GARDENS TO FRONT AND REAR, UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING, OIL FIRED HEATING.
SITUATION: Within the confines of this popular village with its highly regarded primary school, village hall and recreation ground. Also nearby is Heathfield Community College, whilst bus services lead into the market town of Heathfield with its range of shopping facilities, supermarkets, doctors surgery and churches.
DESCRIPTION: A charming bay-fronted Victorian house offering well-presented accommodation benefitting from UPVC double glazing and oil fired heating. There are features typical of its age including picture rails, dado rails and fireplaces. This comprises an entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor. To the front is the bay-fronted sitting room with engineered oak floor and a fitted woodburner. The dining room has an open fireplace and understairs storage. The spacious kitchen has access to the rear lobby and has a good range of units to base and eye level. The work surfaces have an inset sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine and space for an upright 'fridge/freezer.
To the first floor are three bedrooms being served by a bathroom/wc. The main bedroom being dual aspect with fine views towards the South Downs in the distance.
To the front of the house is a hedge enclosed garden with adjacent hardstanding extending down the side of the house. The rear garden extends to approximately 100ft in depth, approached over a paved terrace. Beyond this are two defined areas, the first is laid to lawn bordered by flower beds having a timber summerhouse and shed both with power and light connected. In addition, there is also a working brick well and outside wc. A hedge then screens a large vegetable patch area which extends up to the rear boundary.