A spacious Grade II Listed village house, understood to date back to the 17th century, with period features typical of its age including exposed wall/ ceiling timbers and cast iron fireplaces.
The property is located within the conservation area of Maresfield and is ideally situated within easy reach of a range of local services and amenities. These include a primary school, recreational area, village hall, convenience store, inn, tennis and bowls clubs. In addition, the stunning Ashdown Forest with its 6000 acres of heathland and scenic walks is also within easy reach.
The accommodation comprises a pitched covered porch with front door opening into a dual aspect sitting/dining room with cast iron fireplace and oak strip flooring which continues through into a lovely family room. This has a partial vaulted ceiling with skylight window and a stunning full height brick fireplace having a fitted woodburner and bressumer beam. The adjacent modern kitchen has been re-fitted by the current owners, in a contemporary style, comprising a good range of floor mounted units and drawers and matching eye level storage. Work surfaces incorporating a solid wooden peninsular unit/breakfast bar together with inset stainless steel sink unit and a four ring gas hob. In addition, there is an eye level double oven/grill, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher as well as recessed ceiling spotlights. The inner hall has a cloakroom and stairs leading down to the cellar which has power and light connected.
The first floor provides three bedrooms with the main bedroom having a sectioned off area housing a shower cubicle and ladder style radiator, whilst all the bedrooms are served by a modern bathroom suite/wc.
The stunning attic room provides an excellent storage space, accessed via a wide stairwell, with conservation skylight windows and a useful study area to one end.
Externally and to the rear, there is a delightful south facing garden with sitting out areas, central water feature and established flower beds. A pathway runs parallel to the rear garden leading in turn to an allocated parking area.
The neighbouring town of Uckfield provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, schooling for all age groups, bus depot and mainline rail services to London. The A22/A26 also provides useful commuter links in all directions.
18' 9" x 14' 5" (5.72m x 4.39m).
14' 8" x 13' 7" (4.48m x 4.14m).
12' 9" x 11' 1" (3.88m x 3.37m).
11' 3" x 8' 8" (3.44m x 2.64m).
14' 6" x 9' 4" (4.42m x 2.85m).
10' 10" x 7' 7" (3.31m x 2.31m).
Main section: 27' 11" x 5' 11" average (8.50m x 1.80m). Study area: 13' 5" x 5' 11" average (4.08m x 1.80m).