SOLD: A charming and extended, end of terrace character house, having accommodation arranged over three floors, in a non-estate position ideal for a broad range of local services and amenities.
| VICTORIAN END OF TERRACE HOUSE | NON-ESTATE LOCATION | IDEAL FOR A BROAD RANGE OF LOCAL SERVICES AND AMENITIES | ACCOMMODATION ARRANGED OVER THREE FLOORS | ENTRANCE HALL | CLOAKROOM SITTING ROOM | DINING ROOM | KITCHEN | TWO FIRST FLOOR BEDROOMS | BATHROOM | ATTIC BEDROOM 3 | DELIGHTFUL REAR GARDEN | ALLOCATED PARKING SPACE | GAS CENTRAL HEATING |
SITUATION: Heathfield is a market town with a local High Street providing a range of shopping facilities, banks and post office. The area provides schooling for all age groups including Heathfield Community College together with a leisure centre. Railway stations at both Buxted and Stonegate are approximately 6 and 8 miles distant with the larger coastal towns of Brighton and Eastbourne being reached within approximately 45 and 35 minutes drive respectively.
DESCRIPTION: A charming character property, forming the end of a small terrace of just three properties, in a non-estate position, in a private road, within walking distance of the Cuckoo Trail - an 11 mile route for walkers, cyclists and riders (by permit).
The accommodation is arranged over three floors and has a number of period features typical of the Victorian era throughout including fireplaces and sash windows with window shutters.
Approached via a welcoming hallway and cloakroom, the sitting room looks out to the front with an attractive period cast iron fireplace, tiled inserts and woodburner. Extended to the ground floor, this has created an open-plan kitchen/dining room. The dining room has a lovely full height brick fireplace with a woodburner, deep understairs storage cupboard and exposed floor boards which are a continuation from the hallway. The kitchen is double aspect and enjoys a pleasant aspect looking over the rear garden and has a stable type door to the side. There are a good range of units to base and eye level, hand painted in Farrow and Ball 'Sage Grey', together with complementing work surfaces having inset sink unit. There is space for a gas cooker with extractor hood over, tiled surrounds, space for an upright 'fridge/freezer, plumbing for a washing machine and a wall mounted 'Worcester' gas fired boiler.
To the first floor are two bedrooms and a bathroom. The main bedroom has a feature brick fireplace and window to the front, whilst the second bedroom has a cast iron fireplace and a large window taking full advantage of the view over the rear garden. To the second floor is a loft conversion which has created a spacious third bedroom with eaves storage cupboards, window to the side and two velux windows to the front with views of the South Downs.
The garden is a delight, extending to approximately 75ft in depth, principally laid to lawn, enclosed by hedgerow and having a pathway leading to a raised decked area adjoining a brick wall to the rear boundary. To the front is a slate bed and allocated parking space.