3 bedroom detached house for saleHorns Cross, Northiam, East Sussex, TN31
Under Offer £399,000
- Grade II listed part thatched cottage,
- approx 1/4 acre, 3 beds, conservatory,
A beautiful, three bedroom detached circa 1850 Grade II listed part thatched cottage with later tiled roof additions, set in approximately 1/4 acre of extensive gardens with far reaching views over undulating countryside, detached single garage, oil fired central heating system, secondary double glazed windows, inglenook fireplace in main reception room with vaulted ceiling, beautiful bespoke conservatory, utility room, en-suite to master bedroom, family bathroom, exposed joinery and latched doors throughout. There is a large timber framed studio/workshop complex measuring 19' x 9'9, 14' x 13'6, 12' x 9, 9'6 x 6' and 9' x 5'6, ample off road parking. The property has beautiful character features throughout. Viewing is considered essential by Rush, Witt & Wilson, Northiam, sole agents.
Bedroom 1 - 14'4 x 11'8 -
Bedroom 2 - 12'4 x 10'8 -
Bedroom 3 - 9'5 x 8'4 -
Reception 1 - 22'2 x 11'9 -
Reception 2 - 10'6 x 10'4 -
Kitchen - 12' x 9'2 -
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