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Nearest Stations

  • Battle Rail Station - 2.4 miles
  • Crowhurst Rail Station - 2.5 miles
  • Collington Rail Station - 4.1 miles
  • Bexhill Rail Station - 4.2 miles
  • Cooden Beach Rail Station - 4.5 miles
A beautiful Grade II listed house of local historical interest originally built in the 16th century and extended in the 19th century with attractive elevations combining red brick, hung tile and exposed timber framing with plaster and herringbone brick infilling. Internally the house offers a wealth of period charm and features including exposed beams, inglenook fireplaces and leaded light casement windows. The accommodation is well balanced and offers a wonderful family living space extending to some 3,896sq ft. The ground floor provides a formal dining room and comfortable sitting room, both with inglenook fireplace and interlinking corridor between the two off which is a door leading out to the rear gardens. In the 19th century wing an elegant, high ceilinged drawing room with ornate plaster wall panels and moldings and a set of French doors leading out to the rear gardens, ideal for entertaining. Also on the ground floor there is a kitchen/ breakfast room with a selection of wall and base units, space for a selection of integrated and free standing appliances and room for a good-sized breakfast table, a spacious reception hall, cloakroom, utility room, boot room and access to the cellar which provides a good store area. On the first floor, the principal suite comprises a double bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and dressing room, bedroom two is a good-sized double and there is a large family shower room. The top floor provides three further bedrooms set partly into the eaves with storage areas. Broomham Annexe A charming and spacious three bedroom self-contained annexe of about 1,435sq ft forming the north west wing of the house but with its own separate entrance and courtyard garden. On the ground floor the accommodation comprises entrance hall, cloakroom and generous kitchen/dining room with a very good range of fitted wall and base units, space for integrated and freestanding appliances and large fireplace with an attractive oak surround. Off the kitchen/dining room is a small boot room and door out to a small fence enclosed courtyard garden. The first floor provides a sitting room, generous double bedroom with a large bay window overlooking the rear gardens, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. The central bedroom has an external door out onto a timber staircase at the side of the building that descends to the courtyard garden. Outside The house is approached via a long shared private drive leading from the centre of Catsfield village. To the front of the house is a private brick paved courtyard bounded by an old stone wall to one side and with a brick outbuilding to the other and off which are the main entrance doors to the house and annexe. A set of metal gates open into a further parking area to the southwest side of the house proving access to the car port. The gardens are a lovely feature of the property, primarily laid to lawn and are mostly to the rear of the house with flowerbeds and mature trees and shrubs at the boundary. Paved terraces provide an excellent space to enjoy the garden and for entertaining. There is also a greenhouse and timber shed.

Rural Property Ref: HRM210014

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