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3 bedroom house for sale

German Street, Winchelsea

Sold STC £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial attached 18th Century Grade II listed town house in the heart of Winchelsea with medieval vaulted cellar.
  • Three bedrooms.
  • Generously proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors comprising drawing room, dining room, study / bed 4, kitchen / breakfast room, utility room and cloakroom on the ground floor.
  • Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor as well as access to a useful loft space with potential.
  • The garden is a particular feature, being of good size with paved terrace and level lawn.
  • EPC N/A

Full description

Rush Witt & Wilson are pleased to offer a substantial attached 18th Century Grade II listed town house in the heart of Winchelsea with medieval vaulted cellar.
The generously proportioned accommodation is arranged over two floors comprising drawing room, dining room, study / bed 4, kitchen / breakfast room, utility room and cloakroom on the ground floor.
Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor as well as access to a useful loft space with potential.
The garden is a particular feature, being of good size with paved terrace and level lawn.
For further information and to arrange a viewing please call our Rye office on 01797 224000.

Locality - The property is situated in the ancient town of Winchelsea. Local amenities include a general store, public house/restaurant and primary school.
There are many clubs and societies in Winchelsea including bowls and cricket clubs, garden society, art, literary, ancient monuments and second wednesday club with a speaker.
Further shopping, sporting and recreational amenities can be found in the historic coastal town of Hastings or Cinque Port town of Rye, each of which are only a short drive away.
Just outside the town there is a railway station with services to the City of Brighton in the west and to Ashford with connecting services to London and continental Europe.
At nearby Winchelsea Beach there is access to miles of open shingle beach which extends to the cliffs at Fairlight to a nature reserve at Rye Harbour where there are also launching and mooring facilities.

Reception Area - Door to the front. Trap door access to cellar.

Cellar - 5.51m x 4.67m (18'1 x 15'4) - An impressive medieval vaulted cellar considered suitable for a variety of purposes, perhaps a home office, gym or cinema room.

Study - 4.14m x 3.30m (13'7 x 10'10) - Double aspect with windows to the front and side. Radiator. Wall mounted gas fired boiler. Currently used as a home office but could provide ground floor bedroom.

Drawing Room - 6.35m x 4.24m (20'10 x 13'11) - A box bay window to the front. Fireplace with log burner. Wall light points. Radiator.

Dining Room - 5.69m x 3.25m (18'8 x 10'8) - An open plan space being the hub of the home connecting principal ground floor rooms. Window to the side. Attractive wall panelling with concealed storage cupboard. Radiator. Stairs rise to the first floor.

Cloakroom - Coat Storage area and wc with wash basin and window to the rear.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room - 8.48m x 2.59m (27'10 x 8'6) - A light and airy room with large windows and glazed panel door to the rear allowing full enjoyment of the delightful garden.

Fitted with a range of traditional style cupboard and drawer units and matching wall mounted cupboards. complementing work-surface with inset sink, space beneath for fridge. Space and point for range. Quarry tiled floor. Three radiators. Door to

Utility Room - 3.58m x 2.18m (11'9 x 7'2) - Window to the rear. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for further freestanding appliances.

First Floor Landing - An impressive part galleried landing with a wide staircase rising from the dining room. Window to the rear. Deep shelved linen cupboard and a further airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.

Access to loft space, providing useful storage with windows/ skylights and possibly scope to convert, subject to necessary consents,

Bedroom - 5.11m x 4.17m (16'9 x 13'8) - A box bay window to the front enjoying views towards the church. Wall light points. Radiator.

Ensuite Bathroom - A white suite comprising bath with shower attachment and screen, pedestal wash basin and wc. Radiator. Window to the front.

Bedroom - 4.42m x 3.18m (14'6 x 10'5) - Double aspect with window to the side and front, the latter with views of the church. Wash hand basin.

Bedroom - 3.84m x 2.59m (12'7 x 8'6) - Window to the side. Radiator. Small storage cupboard. Wash basin.

Bathroom - A white suite comprising panel bath with shower and screen over, low level wc and wash hand basin. Radiator. Window to the side.

Outside - A small courtyard to the left hand side and a large garden to the rear, predominantly laid to lawn with paved paths / terraces and a sunken pond. Established shrub beds as well as mature shrubs and hedging.

Agents Note - There is a flying freehold, further details available on request.

None of the services or appliances mentioned in these sale particulars have been tested.

It should also be noted that measurements quoted are given for guidance only and are approximate. They should not be relied upon for any other purpose.


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11 January 2018

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