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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Pett Road, Pett, East Sussex TN35 4HE

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Tenure: Freehold

ROOMS Entrance lobby, Living room, Dining room, Sitting room, Kitchen, Inner hall, Cloakroom, Sun room, Side lobby, 3 bedrooms, Bathroom, Gas central heating, Mature south facing garden, Double garage, Off road parking for two cars. 

LOCATION The property is situated in the village of Pett and enjoys distant southerly views across
open countryside towards Fairlight Church, the Firehills and the sea. In the vicinity are
spectacular cliff top walks, local nature reserve and bird sanctuary. Hastings Country
Park Nature Reserve, stretching from Hastings to Cliff End, Pett Level where it gives
access to the beach, is a unique 660 acre area of maritime sandstone cliff with a cliff top
area of grassland and heath, woodland, glens covered with gorse and trees, nature trails
and spectacular walks, one of which leads to the coast at Fairlight Glen.To the east is
the Ancient Town and Cinque Port of Rye (5 miles), famed for its historical associations,
medieval fortifications, and cobbled ways. The town offers a range of local shops,
restaurants, schools for all ages and train services on the Brighton to Ashford branch
line with high speed connections to London (37 minutes) and the Continent, via
Eurostar. Westward is Hastings (6 miles) with its seafront promenade, fishing fleet, Old
Town and Priory Meadow shopping centre. From the town there is a direct rail service
to London Charing Cross, which can also be accessed at Battle (11 miles). Hastings
offers a wide range of schools including Helenswood Performing Arts College for girls,
William Parker Sports College and two new and independently run Academies. 

DESCRIPTION Nine Acres is a detached Grade II Listed period cottage of seventeenth century origin presenting painted brick external elevations set with timber casement windows beneath a thatched roof. The cottage retains many original features including inglenook fireplaces, exposed timber framing and original latched doors. 

GROUND FLOOR A wrought iron gate and brick pathway leads to a glazed front door opening into an entrance vestibule with a glazed inner door to a dining room with a window to the front, a beamed ceiling and a massive inglenook fireplace with brick surrounds and an oak bressumer. The living room has exposed ceiling beams and a stone inglenook fireplace with a fitted copper canopy. To the rear is a hallway with stairs to the first floor, a cloakroom off with a close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin and a door to a rear lobby/sun room with access to the garden.The sitting room, which enjoys far reaching rural views, has exposed ceiling beams and a full height glazed sliding door with matching side panel opening onto the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has a part vaulted ceiling with exposed timber framing and is
fitted with a range of hand crafted oak units comprising cupboards and drawers with drop handles beneath elm work surfaces with tiled splashbacks, an inset stainless steel sink, an inset 4 burner gas hob and a built in double oven, together with a built in larder, a door to a utility area and a further door to a side lobby with a stable door to outside. 

FIRST FLOOR On the first floor, bedroom 1 has a part vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, an
ornamental fireplace with a brick surround and fitted wardrobe cupboards. Adjoining
is a bathroom with a panelled bath, a close coupled WC and a wall mounted wash basin
with vanity cupboard. Bedroom is double aspect and has a part vaulted ceiling. Bedroom
3 enjoys far reaching views to the sea in the distance. 

OUTSIDE To one side of the house is a gated driveway providing off road parking for
two vehicles with access to a detached double garage with folding doors to the front
and a personal door to the side. The mature, well maintained gardens to the rear, which
back onto open farmland, enjoy a southerly aspect and are a particular feature of the
property being laid to lawn with shrub borders, a terrace with a pergola and an
octagonal summerhouse, as well as a garden shed. The principal garden area measures
about 100' x 80'. 

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06 April 2017


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