A delightful two bedroom period cottage with good size garden which is on the end of a small terrace of four similar properties situated in a convenient location just to the north of the village of Horam and less than two miles south of Heathfield.
The cottage provides just under 800sq ft of accommodation arranged over two floors with two good-size bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and two reception rooms and kitchen on the ground floor. There is a good size west-facing rear garden, external wc, summerhouse, shed and a sizable area of garden to the front which is enclosed by hedging. The property will require some updating and redecoration but may have the potential to extend to the rear (subject to the usual planning consents) and has just had damp proof works carried out which will carry a guarantee.
The cottage enjoys an elevated position set back from the road with a large lawned garden to the front with steps leading up from the pavement to a path way leading to the front entrance door. A further path to the north side of the house leads around to the rear gardens and the rear entrance door into Kitchen. A paved terrace skirts the rear of the property providing a pleasant sitting out area with a small timber summerhouse situated to one side. Off the terrace is also the brick built lean to outside wc. A paved pathway leads off the terrace running to the foot of the garden on one side of the lawn, enclosed by a mixture of mature hedging and timber panel fencing.
The property is located in the hamlet of Maynards Green, close to Maynards Green Primary School and within a mile of the local inn. For those who like to walk or cycle the popular ‘Cuckoo Trail’ is close by providing a safe, traffic free route as far as Eastbourne to the south or, north up to Heathfield. The village of Horam is about a mile to the south and provides local shops and amenities catering for day to day needs including a small Coop supermarket, pharmacy, florist, dentist, veterinary practice, doctor’s surgery, football, tennis and bowls clubs. Just 2 miles to the north is the market town of Heathfield providing a wider range of services and amenities including banks, supermarkets, a variety of independent high street shops and restaurants as well as schooling for all ages. Bus services also link the coast at Eastbourne via Hailsham and the inland spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells via Heathfield. Main line stations are at Stonegate, Buxted and Polegate, all within 10 miles.
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