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Grove Hill, Hellingly

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Added on 20/11/2020
Batcheller Monkhouse, Battle

Key features

  • Exceptional country property
  • Privately situated down 800 yard driveway
  • Delightful rural location with spectacular views
  • Outbuildings and workshops
  • About 16 acres

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

A beautifully located and quite exceptional traditional style country property, principally single storey, together with a detached outbuilding, privately situated down its 800 yard driveway, in rural countryside with spectacular views to the South Downs and grounds of about 16 acres. EPC E

A beautifully located and quite exceptional traditional style country house of 3,060 ft2, principally single storey, and imaginatively designed with quality materials and fittings being evident throughout.
There is oil-fired central heating, with part of the house having underfloor heating and radiators in the remainder, and aluminium double glazed windows.
The majority of the rooms face south to enjoy the panoramic views to the South Downs.
The main features are:
Entrance porch with glazed panelled door to reception hall with tiled floor, understairs storage and door to cloakroom with basin and WC
Opening through to sitting room with some exposed brickwork, brick fireplace with bressummer beam and solid fuel burning stove.
Door to bedroom 3 with two sets of doors opening out to the terrace which surrounds the house. En suite bathroom with rolltop bath, separate glazed and tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and WC, tiled floor, heated towel rail, wooden beams.
The kitchen/dining room, with partially vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, has a wide range of wooden painted wall and base units with polished stone worktops, incorporating a generous island unit. Electric low-level Neff oven, Neff Calor gas hob with overhead extractor, Rayburn stove, built-in wine rack and wine fridge. A set of bi-folding doors opens out to the terrace to the front of the house.
Part glazed double doors lead to the garden room with two sets of folding doors to the front and rear, vaulted ceiling with skylight.
Principal bedroom 1 with south-facing bi-folding doors leading out to the terrace and offering spectacular views of the grounds and the South Downs in the distance. This striking room again features a partly vaulted ceiling with an exposed brick wall and beam, two Velux skylights. The en suite bathroom has a rolltop bath with mixer taps and overhead shower, glazed and tiled shower cubicle, wash basin in vanity unit, WC, heated towel rail, exposed brick to one wall.
Bedroom 2 has fitted storage with double doors to the side pathway. En suite shower room with large glazed and tiled shower cubicle, wash basin in vanity unit, WC, heated towel rail.
The utility room is plumbed for the dishwasher and washing machine with a range of wall and base storage units, 1 ½ bowl sink unit. Door to the boot room with a door leading out to the rear of the house.
The first floor is approached by a wood and wrought iron staircase to the striking vaulted bedroom 4 with exposed beams, Velux skylight, views to the front and en suite shower room with tiled and glazed shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.

This is a substantial detached outbuilding, clad in timber beneath a slate tiled roof and has been used as a dental practice with a small waiting area, consulting room and cloakroom/washroom.

The Old Piggery is set at the end of an 800 yard long drive shared at the start with four other properties. There is a double Sussex-style, open fronted cart lodge 19’4 x 15’10. Further detached barn/workshop in two sections 38’4 x 26 and 15’ x 10’11 of largely timber construction beneath a corrugated roof.
There is an informal area of surrounding garden, principally level lawn, and with a large paved south-facing terrace providing superb uninterrupted views to the South Downs.
The land is divided into two pasture fields gently sloping down to a wooded boundary, and within one is a pond surrounded by a copse.
In all about 16 acres


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Grove Hill, Hellingly


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  • Berwick Station6.2 miles
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Batcheller Monkhouse, Battle

68 High Street Battle TN33 0AG

Batcheller Monkhouse, Battle

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