The property is approached from the road through a small gate into a pretty, cottage style garden with, a little further on, a separate driveway/parking area which provides space for two or three vehicles with a pathway and gate giving access into the front garden.
The house requires updating but it retains a lot of its original character which is very much reflected in the oak beams and inglenook fireplace with large bressummer beam and the exposed brick work. The accommodation is essentially arranged over the ground and first floors with the addition of an attic room on the second floor which provides useful storage space. On the ground floor there is an entrance lobby/hallway fitted with bookshelves which opens into the sitting room which in turn is open to the dining room - only separated by the original open partition beams. The kitchen, with freestanding units, opens off the dining room and there is a door out to the garden. There is a bathroom which is accessed from the lobby/hallway. On the first floor there are two bedrooms - the main one to the front, with an attractive brick fireplace and a room with WC and wash hand basin which also houses the boiler. Stairs lead up to the top floor attic room.
The west facing rear garden is a lovely feature of the property; a brick paved patio area adjacent to the house with a small pond and flanked by flower beds opens onto an extensive area of lawn which is enclosed by hedging and some fencing. Outbuildings include an old WC and a further storage shed.
The front garden is predominantly lawn interspersed with flower beds; a gate to the side of the house giving access to the rear garden. There is also a further garden shed and access to the parking area.
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
Local Authority and Outgoings
Rother District Council. www.rother.gov.uk
Council Tax Band: E
Freehold with a ''Flying Freehold' (details of the Title available upon request).
Vacant possession upon completion.Location