Dating from the Edwardian period, 1 Hybank Cottage is an attractive and beautifully presented semi-detached property with charming original features combined with a modern feel. Situated within the heart of the delightful village of Vines Cross, it boasts a 100ft garden with outbuildings.
The house provides 1,300sq ft of accommodation over three floors with a lovely sitting room leading off the entrance hall which features a large sash window, fireplace with working log burner and access to understairs storage. The kitchen/dining area has a very modern feel with stylish fitted units combined with a granite effect worktop. The kitchen is equipped with an integrated dishwasher, fridge and a ‘Stoves’ range calor gas oven. Double doors lead out onto the raised patio area and garden. A utility room leads off with original tile flooring and contains a butler’s sink and space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer. On the first floor, there are two very good sized double bedrooms complemented by a modern family bathroom with whirlpool style bath and on the top floor, a master bedroom complete with en-suite shower room and dressing room.
From the street, steps lead up to the front garden bordered by white picket fencing with a brick path leading to the front entrance door. A side access secured with wooden gate leads to rear garden. On street parking is available immediately outside the property. To the rear of the house is a raised brick patio providing a lovely sitting out area with steps leading down to a long lawned garden. At the end of the garden is a substantial outbuilding of about 22’ x 14’ in need of repair.
Vines Cross is a rural village with a popular pub, The Brewers Arms, and is close to the town of Horam which has a good range of shops and services providing for day-to-day needs with dentist, doctors surgery, pharmacy, village inn, small Co-op supermarket, veterinary surgery, florist, hairdressers/beauticians 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 located about 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 and a community leisure centre. The Spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells with its excellent modern shopping centre, and extensive leisure facilities is about 17 miles; the coastal resorts of Eastbourne and Brighton are approximately 15 miles and 24 miles respectively. Main line train stations with direct services to London are available at Buxted, Stonegate and Polegate, all within 10 miles.
GENERAL PROPERTY INFORMATION
Mains water, electricity with oil central heating and hot water. Mains drainage.
Wealden District Council. www.wealden.gov.uk
Council Tax Band ‘E’.
EPC Rating: D
Strictly by prior appointment with the Vendor’s Sole Agent, Samuel & Son, Horam. Tel: 01435 810077.