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5 bedroom detached house to rent


£3,250 pcm
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Property Description

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Furnishing: Furnished or unfurnished, landlord is flexible
Reduced on Rightmove: 26 April 2017 (231 days ago)

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  • Furnished or Unfurnished

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Superbly located approximately five minutes rural walk from Etchingham Station set in a unique situation at the bottom of a private lane this beautifully presented five double bedroom, two roundel Oast house, stylishly refurbished to an extremely high standard. The property incorporates many period and individual features to provide comfortable living including underfloor heating throughout the ground floor. The Oast and its surroundings are a virtual parkland, tennis and fishing, cross country walks to the local villages. It is situated in a delightful, small rural hamlet of three dwellings overlooking a lake and pastures and is approached by a long private lane to a gravel driveway with a generous turning area.

The accommodation consists of a large reception hall. Double sitting room, accessed by two sets of double doors, with middle link wood burner, three sets of double doors to garden and wooden flooring. Roundel dining room with custom built round table and wood burner. Roundel kitchen with extensive curved bespoke hand made kitchen units, an ESSE oven and hob wood burner stove and separate gas range with double oven set into breakfast island, integrated microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and American style fridge freezer. Cloakroom.

Large landing with floor to ceiling windows. Master bedroom with walk- in wardrobe and en suite double shower wet room with two basins and vanitory bench. Two double roundel bedrooms with fitted four poster beds and curved staircases leading to en suite bathrooms with drench head showers over bath and with shower attachment. Two further double bedrooms, one with en suite basin and w.c. Family bathroom with separate double shower and modern roll top bath.

A sun terrace/patio borders the Oast on two sides of York stone, a large pergola protects a south facing eating area, and gardens. Generous parking for several cars, a carport for one car, a storage log housing the oil bund building.

The property offers country views, sheep, horses and Highland cattle all on your door step within in the valley.

Available immediately, part furnished with furniture designed exclusively for the Oast. part furnished with furniture designed exclusively for the Oast. EPC: C

The Oast House has been refurbished from near derelict condition by the current owners and has been renovated and modernised, a few years ago, to afford very spacious, well appointed family accommodation. The roundels have been fully utlilised by the clever use of the curved walls and interior height. We understand that this historic Mill House was originally built circa 1776 and was perhaps known as one of the largest surviving today offering 4,500 sq. ft. of accommodation. Within the home is extensive lighting throughout internally and externally. Flagstone and oak flooring in keeping with building. Heating is provided by digitally controlled zoned underfloor on the ground level with back up of three wood log burners. Mains pressure water for powerful refreshing showers. Tinted self clean double glazed windows and doors throughout.

Although the property is situated in a quiet rural location with lovely pastoral views, it is very close to Etchingham railway station with its with services to London Bridge/Cannon Street/Charing Cross. The A 21 provides connections to the national motorway network and International airports at London Gatwick/Heathrow, Eurostar at Ebbsfleet International, the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone and the south coast.

There is an extensive choice of schools in the state and private sector including Etchingham, Burwash and Hurst Green primary schools; Vinehall School at Robertsbridge, Marlborough House and St Rohan`s at Hawkhurst; Uplands Community College at Wadhurst; grammar schools for boys and girls in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge; private schools at Tonbridge and Sevenoaks.

Leisure facilities include sailing at Bewl Bridge Reservoir and at south coast sailing clubs and marinas; golf courses at Hawkhurst, Dale Hill at Ticehurst, Lamberhurst, Rye and East Sussex National at Little Horsted near Uckfield; Bedgebury National Pinetum; walking and riding by permit at Hemsted Forest and the surrounding countryside. - See more at:

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