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4 bedroom detached house for sale

New Town, Uckfield, TN22

Guide Price £725,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Unique, Characterful Cottage Built Around 1840 With Later Additions
  • Over 2,800 Square Feet in Total
  • 3 Reception Rooms Including Snug
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Shower/Bathrooms And Sauna
  • Elevated Easterly and Northerly Views
  • Development Potential (stp)
  • Fully Enclosed Gardens
  • Gated, Long Gravel Private Driveway With Space For Several Cars
  • Central Yet Tucked Away, Quiet, Non-Estate Location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A superb, extended cottage full of charm and character providing over 2,800 square feet of space to fall in love with, including the original, adjoining stables. The Hideaway is nestled in the heart of Uckfield yet tucked away from the main road in a quiet, elevated location.

The property comprises: entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, sitting room, snug, conservatory, utility room, cloakroom, 4 bedrooms, 3 shower/bathrooms, sauna, upstairs landing, attic, attached triple garage (original stables) on two floors offering development potential for extended family/multigenerational living (stp), front courtyard garden, back and side gardens.

We have loved living in the very convenient central location with everything within safe and easy walking distance, be it the Leisure Centre, Boothland Wood or the wonderful Victoria Leisure Park with its tennis courts, cricket and football pitches as well as a popular skate park, all within a three-minute-walk up the hill.

All of the local amenities can be found close by, from a range of independent shops to major brand supermarkets, including Waitrose. The mainline train station, providing a commuter service to London in about 80 minutes, is only within a five-minute-walk down the hill. Uckfield has a large leisure centre, a 100 year old historic Picture House cinema and plenty of pubs and restaurants to eat in. Historic Lewes, Brighton and Tunbridge Wells are all within easy reach and the beautiful countryside is literally on your doorstep with Ashdown Forest to the north and the South Downs National Park to the south. In addition to a secondary school in Uckfield, there are excellent primary schools in both Uckfield and the surrounding villages.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
25 September 2016

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