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• Well presented detached 3/4 bedroom Edwardian home with period features
• Good family living space with open plan kitchen/breakfast room
• 2 reception rooms
• Study/bed 4 with ensuite shower with potential to provide an annexe
• 3 first floor bedrooms
• Family bathroom
• Large south facing gardens with terrace
• Sizeable garden home office/games room
• Off road parking for a number of vehicles
• Conveniently located within half a mile of the centre of town and easy reach of schools and services
A well-presented classical Edwardian detached house with attractive period features including high ceilings, picture rails, open fireplaces and bay windows with a large south facing garden and off road parking for a number of vehicles situated within a short walk of the centre of the town and conveniently located for schools and local amenities. The house has been extended over recent years to provide very good family living and entertaining space on the ground floor with notably a lovely open-plan kitchen and breakfast room which opens directly onto the terrace and garden.
On the ground floor the accommodation comprises an entrance porch, reception hall, a sitting room with bay window and period fireplace, open plan kitchen/breakfast room, a fourth bedroom/study with en suite shower room which together with the adjacent dining/family room has the potential of offering a very useful annexe.
The kitchen area has a good range of wall and base units with ample work surfaces, plumbing and space for appliances and a large walk-in pantry with steps leading down to the breakfast room with vaulted ceiling and velux window, timber flooring and French doors out to the terrace and garden.
On the first floor off a galleried landing there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. There are excellent views towards the Downs from some of the windows on the south and west side of the house.
To the front of the property a shingle driveway provides the approach to the front entrance door and parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is a significant feature of the property, approximately 100ft in length and south facing with a paved patio area next to the house leading onto an extensive area of lawn. There is a sizeable timber-built home office/games room set at the foot of the garden with power and lighting connected and a further timber garden storage shed.
The property is conveniently located in easy walking distance of Heathfield centre and High Street with its range of shops, supermarkets and amenities. The town offers excellent recreational and leisure facilities including a community leisure centre, tennis, rugby and cricket clubs and gives access to the renowned Cuckoo Trail, a picturesque traffic free trail stretching between Eastbourne and Heathfield. There are a number of pre-schools, primary schools and a community college providing secondary education and a sixth form.
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