4 bedroom detached house for saleRural Udimore With Holiday Cottage, 2.9 Miles To Rye
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- Beautifully Refurbished 4 Bedroom Coach House
- Master Bedroom With En Suite
- Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
- Stunning Reception Room with Atrium Floor To Ceiling Window
- Detached 1 Bedroom Holiday Let Cottage
- Wonderful Vaulted Ceilings & Period Features
- Additional Brick Barn With Potential (Subject to necessary planning consents)
- Breath Taking Views Over The Tillingham Valley
- 2.9 Miles To Rye Station
- Chain Free
BRIEF DESCRIPTION This wonderful 4 bedroom detached Coach House is situated in a small hamlet on the edge of Udimore with breath taking views over the Tillingham Valley. The property also enjoys a detached one bedroom holiday let with separate driveway and garden, plus an additional detached Sussex brick barn with development potential (subject to the necessary planning permissions).
Recently refurbished to a high standard (June 2017) including a new kitchen and natural oak flooring downstairs. The property retains many period features, with stunning vaulted ceilings and exposed beams throughout. The property comprises kitchen/ breakfast room, separate utility room, cloakroom, large reception room with floor to ceiling atrium style window and patio doors designed to make the most of the beautiful views. There is an additional reception room with log burner, perfect for those colder evenings or to sit and enjoy the views out over the valley and beyond. The first floor benefits from a light and bright galleried landing with vaulted ceiling. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom plus dressing area and floor to ceiling arched windows, making the room light and bright with those magnificent views. There are three further bedrooms, one currently used as a study, plus a family shower room.
The views from both the upstairs and downstairs rear windows are far reaching over the Tillingham Valley hopfields and river. These magnificent views vary throughout the season.
PORCH Timber porch canopy leading to;
ENTRANCE HALL Light entrance hall with oak flooring, coved ceiling, panelled walls, radiator, glass panelled door leading to kitchen and doors to cloakroom and utility room.
CLOAKROOM W.C., circular wash hand basin with mixer tap, built in storage, panelled walls matching the hallway, shelving, radiator and oak floor.
UTILTY ROOM Beech block work surface, fitted wall and base units, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, oak floor, part tiled walls, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM Beautifully designed breakfast room, leading to working area of kitchen through sliding doors. Hung on vintage barn door hardware - allowing for separation between the breakfast area and kitchen. Oak flooring throughout, newly fitted bespoke kitchen with beech block work surfaces, plentiful range of fitted wall and base units, inset butler sink with chrome mixer tap, Bosch induction hob and double oven, space for a large American style fridge-freezer and integrated Bosch dishwasher. Back door leading to rear garden and fenced court yard patio, double doors leading to dining room.
DINING ROOM A beautifully light spacious room with double aspect. One end enjoying the stunning rear views from the double glazed windows with French style double glazed doors to rear garden. To the other end of the room there are large Atrium style floor to ceiling glazed windows and double patio doors looking out across the front patio - the perfect spot to enjoy a coffee on a sunny morning. Oak flooring throughout with underfloor heating to the Atrium area and three radiators. The spiral staircase leads to the first floor and there are double doors to the main living/ reception room. Spot lighting and ceiling pendants.
RECEPTION ROOM Double aspect double glazed windows to front and French style double glazed doors leading to the rear garden. Traditional and stylish red brick chamber fireplace with large ClearView wood burner and solid oak beam above, two radiators, coved ceiling, fully carpeted.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING Beautiful vaulted ceiling and exposed beams to walls and ceiling, galleried landing with mirrored storage, study area with patterned glass window and laddered loft hatch.
MASTER BEDROOM Entered via the dressing area with built in wardrobe and airing cupboard housing Mega Flow style hot tank with Hive thermostat technology. Rear aspect window, exposed beams in ceiling and walls and door to en suite bathroom. The double bedroom has a partially vaulted ceiling with full height picture window to the rear, creating a sanctuary and maximising the far reaching wonderful views.
ENSUITE Part tiled walls, panelled bath with wall mounted shower and screen, WC, wash hand basin, vinyl wood effect floor, ladder style heated towel rail and double glazed window to rear.
BEDROOM 2 Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, two radiators, unusual port hole window, double aspect double glazed windows, fully carpeted and hatch to second loft space.
BEDROOM 3 Fully carpeted, twin aspect double glazed windows to front and to the side over the front door, double radiator.
BEDROOM 4 Double glazed window rear aspect, double radiator and exposed wall beams. Currently used as a study.
FAMILY SHOWER ROOM Modern shower room with white pedestal sink, W.C., separate shower, tiled walls, vinyl wood effect floor, radiator and window to front.
OUTSIDE The property benefits from both private front and rear patios & garden areas. The rear garden has two levels of lawn with mature hedge and fence borders. There is a summer house and separate power for a hot tub and a patio area, making it ideal for entertaining, with an ever changing view over the Tillingham Valley. The front patio adjoins the private garden from the holiday cottage and can be accessed from both the rear garden and a gate from the driveway.
SUSSEX BRICK BARN Adjacent to the rear court yard patio area is the detached Sussex brick barn (approx 453 sq.ft) with development potential, accessed from the driveway and currently used for storage. Beyond the barn there is a parking area.
LANTERNS COTTAGE & GARAGE The cottage benefits from being completely self contained, accessed from the shared driveway through a 5 bar gate to a gravelled parking area. This brick built 1 bed cottage is beautifully presented with wooden floors, beams and vaulted ceilings. The open living space has windows and a personal door to the private lawned garden. Finished to a high standard throughout, the kitchen has a breakfast bar with granite work surfaces, an electric oven and hob with black hooded extractor fan. The bedroom has exposed ceiling beams and a window to the garden. There is a touch of luxury in the spacious shower room - with the inclusion of a superb feature shower complemented by modern 'his and hers' square washbasins. The continuity of the tiling and addition of a large mirror to reflect the light makes the space feel very luxurious. The vendors are currently using the Lanterns cottage as a thriving holiday let business, with bookings made through http://www.hoseasons.co.uk//cottages/lanterns-e4911
LOCATION Located in a rural setting on the edge of Udimore village. The village has two public houses and its own historic St. Mary's church and village hall. The Ancient Cinque Port town of Rye, with its natural harbour, is less than 3 miles away, where you will find cobbled streets, antique shops, tea rooms, boutique hotels, shopping, sporting and recreational amenities, local schools. Rye has a railway station with regular services to London via Ashford International and regular services to Hastings. Ashford International station also offers the High Speed train and Eurostar to the continent.
Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) on a ridge between Brede and the TIllingham valleys. The property is surrounded by undulating countryside containing many footpaths and places for rural walks. Within a few miles are places of general and historic interest.
At the turn of the century The Coach House was part of a working farm complex. Today these buildings have all been converted into beautiful country homes. The original Farm House is situated opposite and above and to the side are the converted buildings of a two and four roundel oast houses. The Coach House nestles between these beautiful Kentish oast houses, enjoying the benefits of a small hamlet and having neighbours, whilst also maintaining its own privacy.
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