3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleWickerwood Cottage, Marle Green, East Sussex, TN21 9HJ
- Substantial Victorian semi
- In rural location
- Large garden
- Planning permission to extend
***OFFERS IN THE REGION OF £500,000 to £525,000 - SHORT CHAIN*** A highly desirable and BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED Victorian semi-detached house in a RURAL LOCATION. Set in LARGE GARDENS with summerhouse and glass house. PLANNING PERMISSION has been granted to extend the property (WD/2017/2121f.) Good size accommodation comprising: 3 bedrooms, bathroom, fabulous OPEN PLAN LIVING and kitchen area, dining hall and study. AMPLE PARKING.
Located off a private track leading onto the Cuckoo Trail which is ideal for walking, cycling and riding. A rural location just outside of the village of Horam which has a range of local shops and a mini co-op supermarket. The village also has tennis courts, riding school, small fishing lake, 9 hole golf course and various clubs. The larger market town of Heathfield is about 4 miles distant and has a wider range of shops, supermarkets and amenities. Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne are about 30 minutes drive. The nearest railway stations are at Polegate, Buxted and Crowborough.
Description- A substantial Victorian Cottage which has been extended to provide spacious ground floor accommodation and now has planning permission to extend the first floor to provide a further bedroom and bathroom. (Planning number WC/2017/21/21F). Included in this planning is also permission to add a porch to the front door and extend the study. The property has oil fired central heating via radiators and underfloor heating in the kitchen/lounge area. Agents Note: it is understood that Fibre Optic Broadband is being connected shortly.
Please note that these details have been prepared as a general guide and do not form part of a contract. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. Room sizes are approximate and should not be relied upon. Any verbal statements or information given about this property, again, should not be relied on and should not form part of a contract or agreement to purchase.
From Heathfield proceed towards Eastbourne and entering the village of Horam. Going through the village in a southerly direction you will reach a mini roundabout. Turn left here into Horebeech Lane. Continue along this lane until reaching a very sharp left hand bend on which is a small unmade track going off to the right. Take this track and the house will be found after about 200 yards on the right.
The gardens extend to approximately a quarter of an acre and are really delightful. The lawns are all level and the garden has been well tended and cared for. A large shaped border is full of mature shrubs and there are other areas of shrub filled beds around the outer edges of the garden. A substantial SUMMERHOUSE has been newly erected with a balcony alongside and a log store behind. There is also a large wooden GLASS HOUSE with a small patio along side it. Behind the glass house is an area designated for use as a vegetable garden with raised beds. There is a garden compost area which is fenced and a row of conifers with a "gateway" through to the patio at the side of the house. The patio then extends to the rear of the house where there is an ornate pond and a slightly raised terrace with a pergola, growing on which is a mature wysteria. A small outbuilding is at the back of the house which houses the oil fired boiler and the door has a dog flap.
10' 9'' x 10' 3'' (3.3m x 3.14m)
Window to the front of the property and a built in shelved cupboard.
8' 2'' x 7' 5'' (2.5m x 2.28m)
Currently used as a dressing room with fitted wardrobes and corner dressing table unit. Window to the side.
A good sized bathroom with a white suite comprising panelled bath with telephone mixer tap, wash basin, wc., and separate enclosed shower which is fully tiled. Radiator towel rail and window.
Front Garden and Parking
The front has a classic Victorian feel with a small lawn below the study window, well stocked flower borders and a hedge. There is then a gravel driveway which provides parking for four cars. A retaining wall of railway sleepers has a shrubbery bed behind which are evergreen conifers and fencing. The fencing which has pretty curved lattice along the top then encloses the rear garden entirely
17' 10'' x 10' 9'' (5.44m x 3.3m)
A lovely entrance into the house with a wealth of character including a pretty turned staircase, a wall mounted carved cabinet and an open fireplace with an ornate cast iron wood burning stove. There is plenty of light with double doors leading out to the garden, doors to the study and living area.
10' 10'' x 10' 1'' (3.31m x 3.08m)
Located at the front of the house with a bay window overlooking the front garden and lane. Open fireplace with Victorian cast iron grate and carved wood surround. Exposed oak flooring.
Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room/Lounge
24' 6'' x 17' 3'' (7.49m x 5.28m)
A great living space which suits today's lifestyle. The Lounge area of the room is triple aspect with a window overlooking a courtyard and two sets of double glazed patio doors leading out to the garden on two other walls. There is a deep storage cupboard and the slate flooring through the room has underfloor heating.
The kitchen is well fitted with a country style modern range of units with ample floor cupboards and drawers. Two bowl Butler sinks set into extensive work surfaces. A chimney recess houses a Rangemaster electric professional Delux cooker with a marble back plate and tiled surrounds with an oak bressumer above. Space and plumbing for an American style fridge freezer. Further work surface with window overlooking the back garden and space and plumbing below for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Deep larder cupboard.
Fitted with a white w.c., corner wash basin and radiator.
Airing cupboard housing the lagged copper hot water cylinder.
14' 1'' x 10' 7'' (4.3m x 3.23m)
A bright room with a double aspect enjoying views over the gardens around the house. Exposed brick pillar and built in range of wardrobes.
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