High Street, Horam, TN21

For Sale
Guide Price £350,000

3 High Street, Horam, East Sussex, TN21 0EJ


• Ground floor shop premises with cloakroom
• Kitchen
• Family/breakfast room
• Dining room
• Sitting room
• Study
• Cloakroom
• Cellar
• 4 bedrooms
• Family bathroom
• Large gardens with terrace

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A substantial late Victorian/Edwardian semi-detached four bedroom property with a retail shop unit on the ground floor and extensive residential parts over four floors with sizeable and most attractive gardens.


An impressive late Victorian/Edwardian semi-detached property with a retail shop unit on the ground floor and substantial residential parts over three floors together with a useful cellar/storage area in the basement and sizable rear garden. The shop space is currently only used as a showroom for antiques and provides in the region 160 sq ft of space with a separate cloakroom/WC.

There is some 2,255 sq ft of accommodation in total, including the shop unit; the residential parts are accessed separately on the ground floor where an entrance hall leads onto a study and through to a good-size reception room/dining room. The stairs and internal landing lead down to a family/breakfast room with a large sash window overlooking the rear gardens and attractive fireplace. A doorway leads on into the kitchen which has a good range of fitted units and appliances and gives access out to the terrace area and the gardens.

On the first floor there are two bedrooms, a separate WC and most notably, a lovely large sitting room which spans the front of the house with a large bay window and separate sliding sash window to the front and possesses some beautiful original features such as the fireplace which has a cast iron insert and ornate timber surround, linear cornice and stripped floorboards.

On the second (top) floor there are two further bedrooms and a bathroom.

A sizable terrace to the side and rear of the house provides for a pleasant sitting out area and leads onto a very good-size, tiered garden. There are two level areas of lawn interspersed with well stocked flower beds and a large timber summerhouse on the lower tier.

Horam is a thriving village with a strong sense of community and is seeing some exciting new residential developments coming through and the High Street witnessing the advent of some new business and opportunities. The village has a good range of shops and services providing for day-to-day needs with, a post office, dentist, doctors surgery, pharmacy, village inn, small Co-op supermarket, veterinary surgery, florist, hairdressers and butchers. In terms of recreational facilities, there is the renowned Cuckoo trail which provides scenic and traffic free walking and cycling along the former railway line from Heathfield to Eastbourne Park and there is a tennis club, junior football club and lawn bowls club.

The market town of Heathfield is a short drive, located 2.5 miles to the north and has a good range of amenities with a number of independent shops and restaurants together with four national supermarket chains. The area is well served with schooling for all age groups. Main line train stations with direct services to London are available at Buxted, Stonegate and Polegate, all within 10 miles. There are also bus routes that serve the village linking to surrounding towns including Heathfield, Tunbridge Wells, Hailsham and Eastbourne. The Spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells with its excellent modern shopping centre, extensive leisure and grammar schools is only about 17 miles; the coastal resorts of Eastbourne and Brighton are approximately 15 miles and 24 miles respectively.

Mains electricity and water. Gas fired boiler for hot water and central heating with secondary heating provided by solid fuel burning room heaters. Mains drainage.


Strictly by prior appointment with the Vendor’s Sole Agent, Samuel & Son.

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