Cottage for sale in High Street, Pevensey BN24
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- Private garden
- Single garage
(Draft particulars - awaiting vendors approval)
general description: A rare opportunity to acquire this delightful grade II listed cottage, dating back to Circa 1650 and having retained many period features such as the latch doors, beams, ship timbers and an inglenook fireplace. Situated in the heart of the picturesque and historic village of Pevensey with its castle and churches. This property is full of character with much charm. Accommodation comprises two bedrooms, bathroom, lounge, dining room kitchen and conservatory. The property has the advantage of a lovely secluded good sized cottage style rear garden and large pitched roof garage accessed from rear lane. Properties of this type and in this location rarely come to the market and early viewings are highly recommended to fully appreciate this period home. The property is currently a holiday let business and could be continued as this or alternatively the cottage would be a lovely home or charming weekend retreat.
Leaded light and secondary part glazed front door to:
Lounge: 13'02 x 11'08 max (4.0m x 3.5m max) (Beams) (Brick floor) Inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel wood burning stove. T.V point. Built in cupboard housing electric meter and consumer/fuse boxes. Book shelf. Smoke alarm. Leaded light window and secondary glazing to front. Open to:
Dining room: 10'03 x 8'10 (3.12m max x 2.7m). (Beams) (Brick floor) Storage heater. Alcove with curved ship timber support. Dual aspect with leaded light window to side and rear and half glazed leaded light
door to rear opening into:
Conservatory: 9'8 x 7'6 (2.95m x 2.29m). Timber framed with glazed windows to three sides. Patio door opening to rear garden.
From Lounge curtained doorway to:
Inner hall: (Tiled Floor) Hooks for coats. Under stairs cupboard currently housing fridge. Leaded light window and secondary glazing to front. Stairs rising to landing. Door open to:
Kitchen: 6'10 x 6'09 (2.1m x 2.0m) (Beams) (Brick floor) (Tiled splash backs) Range of country cottage pine wall and floor units with wooden work surface and drainer. Inset butler sink with mixer tap. Freestanding oven unit with electric four ring hob and double oven with extractor unit over. Leaded light window to rear with deep window sill and overlooking rear garden.
Stairs rising to:
First floor landing: Loft hatch (not inspected). Smoke alarm. Leaded light window to front. Doors to:
Bedroom one: 14'09 max x 9'11 max (4.4m x 3.0m) Further character with ship timber beam and support. Built in wardrobes. Storage heater. Dual aspect with leaded light window to side and rear.
Bedroom two: 10'02 max x 7'01(3.1m x 2.7m). (Beams) Fitted cupboards. Storage heater. Leaded light window to front.
Bathroom: 7'07 x 5.08 (2.3m x 1.7m). (Mostly tiled). White suite comprising panelled bath with hot and cold taps with electric power shower unit over and glass screen. Low level wc. Pedestal wash hand basin with hot and cold taps. Airing cupboard with hot water tank. Electric towel radiator. Leaded light window to rear with deep window sill.
Rear garden: Well presented cottage garden being fence and hedge enclosed. Outside lighting. Outside tap. Large paved patio area to front and side of conservatory. Large pond with water fountain. Central lawned area with selection of mature flower beds and shrub borders. Paved pathway to rear of garden allowing access to garage. Gated access out to Church Lane.
Detached garage: Up and over door. Power and lighting. Pitched roof ceiling giving additional storage space. Door and window to rear giving access to rear garden. This garage is approached via Church Lane (an access road behind the cottage).
Council Tax: Band D (Eastbourne Borough Council)
location and map: The picturesque village of Pevensey has several medieval houses along its high street and features the historic Pevensey Castle and Churches. It has the advantage of a village community yet with direct rail access to London and Hastings from Westham station about half mile away. Eastbourne town centre with its major shops and amenities and the new Sovereign Harbour are within approx.5 miles. The location also allows for easy access to A22, A27 and A259.
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