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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Udimore, Nr Rye, East Sussex TN31 6BG

Withdrawn from Market £599,950

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Tenure: Freehold

Entrance porch, Living room, Dining room, Study, Kitchen , Conservatory, Utility room, Cloakroom, Landing, Bedroom 1 with an en-suite shower room, Three further bedrooms, Family bathroom , Double glazing, Oil heating, Solar heating panel, EPC rating E, Detached double garage, Off road parking, Cottage gardens. 

LOCATION Located on the western edge of the village of Udimore where there is St. Marys Church, the nave of which is Norman, the Plough public house nearby as well as The Kings Head. The Ancient Town and Cinque Port of Rye (3 miles) is renowned for its historical associations, medieval fortifications, including the Landgate and Ypres Tower, and fine period architecture with half timbered houses clustered around the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin with its ornate gilded Quarter Boys clock. As well as its charm and history, the town has a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and an active local community, with the arts being strongly represented. Rye Festival is held annually. From the town there are local train services to Brighton and to Ashford with connections to London and to Paris/Lille/Brussels via the Channel Tunnel. A high speed service between London St. Pancras and Ashford has been introduced, reducing the journey time to about 37 minutes. Sporting facilities in the area include golf at Rye, Cooden and Hastings, sailing on the south coast and many fine countryside and coastal walks. 

DESCRIPTION Forming a detached Victorian house with part colour washed and part tile hung elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof.  

GROUND FLOOR The accommodation comprises entrance porch with glazed panels to sides, painted exposed brickwork, ceramic tiled flooring and oak panel door (matching oak panel doors throughout the ground floor).

The drawing room is double aspect with double glazed sash windows to the front overlooking the courtyard, double opening double glazed casement French doors with matching side panels opening out onto the conservatory enjoying views over the garden. Open staircase to the first floor, exposed beams, open fireplace and alcoves to both sides, understairs storage cupboard.

The conservatory is a double glazed construction with pitched sun reflecting glass roof, ceramic tiled flooring, exposed painted brick work with doors out onto garden.

Double aspect dining room with double glazed windows enjoying views over the Tillingham Valley with sash windows overlooking the courtyard. Open fire with brick chimney breast and hearth, stripped pine flooring.

The kitchen/breakfast room is double aspect with casement windows overlooking the garden, additional window with far reaching rural views. Well fitted bespoke hand painted shaker style kitchen with Iroko worksurfaces inset with four ring electric hob, double corner carousel cupboard, stainless steel splashbacks, dresser style glass fronted wall cabinet and shelf, integrated fridge and freezer, integrated dishwasher, butler style sink unit set into Iroko draining board, larder cupboard, chimney breast with painted wooden mantle and set with navy blue oil fired double oven rayburn supplying hot water and central heating system, chequered tiled splashbacks to rayburn, slate tiled flooring, stable style door out onto the garden.

Study with casement window overlooking the front garden and interesting roof light window giving additional light to this room and the landing. Utility room with shaker style dresser unit with inset work top fitted with circular glass hand basin, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, storage cupboard currently housing American style fridge/freezer, slate tiled flooring, door out onto the garden, door through to cloakroom fitted with a white low level w.c, wall mounted wash hand basin, tiled walls with mosaic dado tiles, slate flooring. 

FIRST FLOOR First floor landing with stripped pine panelled doors off to all first floor rooms, window providing additional light over the landing and down into the study. Painted tongue and groove paneling to one side of the stairwell.

Bedroom1 is double aspect with double glazed casement windows enjoying far reaching rural views over the Tillingham Valley, double glazed sash window with woodland views beyond. Fireplace with cast iron grate and wooden surround. Slate hearth. En-suite shower room comprising Victorian style suite of low level w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled shower cubicle with power shower, heated towel rail, painted wooden part panelled walls, large airing cupboard, double glaze casement window to rear.

Bedroom 2 with double glazed sash window overlooking the front enjoying woodland views, painted panelled wall to one side with inset wardrobe cupboard, chimney breast with alcoves to either side.
Bedroom 3 with double glazed casement window overlooking the rear garden with far reaching rural views.

Bedroom 4 with double glazed casement window overlooking the rear garden enjoying far reaching rural views, painted paneling to one wall.

Family bathroom comprising white Victorian suite, low leveL w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, painted panelled bath with tiled splashbacks, walk in shower cubicle, power shower, double glazed casement window overlooking the rear garden with rural views.

OUTSIDE The property is approached over a gravelled driveway leading to an area of parking and access to the open fronted heritage style two bay wooden barn, light and power connected. Beyond the driveway is a well stocked mature shrub border and the boundaries to the front back onto woodland and orchards. The main area of the garden is to the rear of the property and the large sweeping areas of lawn interspersed with flower and shrub beds as well as an ornamental pond and shed. A mature hedge screens the road over which there are far reaching views over the Tillingham Valley. From the garden a picket gate provides access to the adjoining orchards where there are walks down through the valley and beyond.


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