End terrace house for sale in The Street, Litlington, East Sussex BN26
End terrace house for sale - 3 bedrooms
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- Entrance hall
- Sitting room & study
- Dining room/bedroom 3
- Two double bedrooms
- Spacious family bathroom
- Home office/studio
- Off road parking for two/three cars
- Beautifully planted garden
Brockmead is a charming Edwardian attached village house which is understood to date from circa 1907 with later additions. The house provides deceptively spacious and flexible accommodation arranged over two floors and has been imaginatively and stylishly enlarged by the current owners.
From the entrance porch a half-glazed front door leads through into the entrance hall. The dining room/bedroom 3 has a pretty period fireplace and a wide bay window. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of pale grey painted units and includes a two-oven 'vintage' Aga, a separate electric oven and an induction hob.
Adjacent to the kitchen and semi-open plan to it is the spacious study which has a high vaulted partly glazed roof and a coats/storage cupboard. Beyond the study is the sitting room, again with a vaulted ceiling, a wood burning stove and glazed doors which give direct access to the garden. There is solid oak flooring to the study and sitting room. A well-appointed shower/cloakroom completes the accommodation on the ground floor.
On the first floor there is a particularly spacious principal bedroom with two built-in wardrobes, a guest bedroom and an extremely spacious family bathroom with both a bath and a separate shower. To the rear of the property there are some lovely views over the garden, countryside and the unspoilt South Downs beyond.
Brockmead is situated in the picturesque village of Litlington which lies within the South Downs National Park. Litlington with its church, public house, tea rooms and a plant nursery, nestles in the Cuckmere Valley and is approximately 3 miles from the sea at Cuckmere Haven. Alfriston, approximately 1.5 miles to the north, provides village shops and a primary school. Berwick village is about 3 miles to the north and has a mainline station with services to London.
A gate leads through a flint and brick wall to the front garden which has a low oval shaped clipped box hedge. The good sized westerly facing rear garden is a particular feature and has been beautifully planted and landscaped over the years.
The garden includes a stone paved seating area and extensive cottage style planting with established shrubs and trees including bay, yew, apple, quince and pear. From the garden there are lovely glimpses towards the Downs and village church spire. There is a spacious timber home office/studio with light, power and telephone line beyond which is a paved area providing parking for two/three cars, a greenhouse, vegetable plot and two timber garden stores.
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