Henley Down, Catsfield, Battle, East Sussex, TN33
- Grade II Listed period house
- 5 Bedrooms
- Much character
- Semi-rural location between Catsfield and Crowhurst
- Extant PP for Outbuilding conversion
- Battle town and station about 4 miles
- Garden of approximately 0.8 of an acre
**Guide Price £780,000 - £820,000**
An attractive Grade II Listed period house in a semi-rural but not isolated location with traditional outbuilding having extant planning consent for conversion to a study, swimming pool and garden of about 0.8 of an acre.
Henley Down Farm is an attractive detached Grade II Listed period house, the elevations being brick, half tile hung beneath a tiled roof. There is oil-fired central heating and secondary double glazing.
There is extant planning and Listed Building consent (references RR/2007/1958/P and RR/2007/1959/L respectively) for the conversion of an external storeroom at the rear of the building to a study with a link to the house.
The main features are:
Front door to hall with tiled floor. The well-proportioned drawing room has an inglenook fireplace with wood burner, timbered ceiling and wood floor. Door to playroom with built in cupboard, cloakroom with basin and WC.
The dining room is double aspect and has an inglenook fireplace with woodburner, and an oak floor.
The rear hall has a tiled floor, oil-fired central heating boiler and a door to the garden. Adjacent is the study, one wall having exposed stonework and another with timber studding and glass infills.
The kitchen/breakfast room has a glazed sink, wood working surfaces with cupboards beneath, plumbing for a dishwasher, space for two fridges, handsome old pine dresser with plate rack, and steps down to the utility room/cellar with glazed sink, work surfaces, slate shelf, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, tiled floor.
The floor is approached by an oak staircase to the spacious landing with exposed timbering and an airing cupboard. Bedroom 1 has wardrobe cupboards, useful and easily accessible storage space within the eaves, is double aspect and has a part vaulted ceiling. The en suite is a former shower room which has retained the plumbing.
There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath having shower fitting, basin with cupboard under and WC.
The second floor has a staircase to a landing with sloping ceilings. There are two further bedrooms, both with Velux windows, and a second bathroom with bath, basin and WC.
A gravel drive from the road provides parking/turning space for several cars and leads to a Garage 345 x 1110 of brick and tile construction and in need of some building works.
At the rear of the house is a south-west facing sheltered courtyard, fronting which is the traditional brick and tile outbuilding 345 x 1110 which has extant planning consent as mentioned above for conversion to a study with a link to the house.
Also close to the house is the swimming pool.
The garden surrounds the property and consists of areas of lawn interspersed with established trees and shrubs.
In all about 0.8 of an acre.
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