A spacious, well presented Grade II listed 3 bedroom period cottage located in the centre of the village, with easy access to the village shop, inn and primary school. Character accommodation including 2 reception rooms, kitchen, three bedrooms and bath/shower room. Courtyard garden, parking for one car. Chain Free. Read more
A spacious, well presented Grade II listed 3 bedroom period cottage located in the centre of the village, with easy access to the village shop, inn and primary school. Character accommodation including 2 reception rooms, kitchen, three bedrooms and bath/shower room. Enclosed low maintenance courtyard garden to the rear, parking for one car.
Accommodation List: Entrance hall, reception room, dining room, kitchen, rear lobby/utility area. First floor landing, two double bedrooms, single bedroom three, family Bath and shower room. Front garden with one parking space, rear courtyard garden. GFCH. Wooden part glazed front door to:
Entrance Hall: Stairs with wooden handrail to the first floor. Old wooden door with step up to:
Sitting-Room: Two wooden sash windows to the front. Basket for open fire on quarry tiled hearth with beam over. Oak floor. Two wall light points. TV point. Old wooden door to:
Dining Room: Wooden window overlooking the rear courtyard. Old wooden door to the rear lobby, opening to the kitchen. Exposed brick fireplace (at present not in use) with mantel shelf over, twin doored shelved storage cupboard to side.
Kitchen: Wooden window overlooking the rear courtyard. Fitted with range of cream base and wall units with square edged granite worktop over, inset with ceramic Butlers sink with mixer tap. A.E.G five ring gas hob with Electrolux fan assisted oven below, concealed extractor above. Plumbing for dishwasher, space for undercounter fridge, wine rack. Part painted panelled walls, painted panelled ceiling with inset lighting Slate tiled floor. Cupboard housing gas fired boiler. Door to under stairs larder cupboard.
Rear Lobby/Utility Area: Part glazed wooden door to the rear courtyard, window to side. Small corner basin with tiled splash back, space for upright fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine. Slate tiled floor,
Staircase to the first floor with handrail to the: First Floor Landing: Painted balustrade, matching old wooden doors to all rooms. Loft hatch, three light spot track.
Bedroom One: Wooden sash window to the front. Ceiling beam. Door to large storage/wardrobe cupboard .
Bedroom Two: Wooden casement window to the rear. Door to storage/wardrobe cupboard.
Bedroom Three/Study: Wooden casement window to the rear. painted chimney breast. (currently used as an office).
Bathroom: Obscure glazed sash window to the front. Fitted with white suite comprising WC, pedestal mounted wash hand basin, painted panelled bath set into Metro tiled recess with Aqua Lisa shower over and folding glass shower screen to side. Tiled floor, towel rail/radiator, double mirror doored storage cabinet, extractor, inset ceiling lighting. Old wooden door to linen cupboard with slatted shelf.
Outside: The property is approached from the road via gates set into white picket fence to a gravelled area providing off-road parking for one car, with an area of lawn to the side with tree and shrub lined boundary and borders. To the rear of the cottage is an enclosed courtyard perfect for alfresco dining.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
Floor Area: 98 m2 (1055 ft2) Approx.
EPC Rating: 'N/A'
Local Authority: Rother District Council
Council Tax Band: 'D'
Directions: From the A21 travelling south, continue over the Johns Cross roundabout, taking the next left turning, signposted Staplecross and Rye, B2089. Continue to the junction, turn left to Staplecross. On entering the village, with the village shop & PO on the left and the Cross Inn on the right follow the road round the bend, the cottage will be found immediately on the left hand side of the road.
Transport Links: For the commuter, Battle and Robertsbridge stations provide services via Tonbridge to London Charing Cross, whilst Ashford International provides a fast service to St. Pancras and Europe. The Motorway network (M25) can be easily accessed at Junction 5 via the A21 (at Sevenoaks).