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  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex,  | residential-sales
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Mount Street, Battle, East Sussex, TN33

£400,000

Guide Price
  • Central Battle location
  • Grade II listed
  • Beautifully presented
  • Pretty private garden
  • Detached Studio/garden room
  • Mainline station (Battle) under 1 mile

**Guide Price £400,000-£425,000**
A highly attractive Grade II Listed terraced cottage at the very heart of historic Battle and offering delightful character-filled accommodation which has been the subject of much attention and improvement in the current owner’s time, together with a very pretty private rear garden.

Description
20 Mount Street is an attractive, Grade II Listed, terraced cottage which the present owner has, in recent times, undertaken sympathetic improvements to create a very comfortable home. The elevations are colourwashed brick with the upper front white painted weatherboarding beneath a tiled roof. There is gas-fired central heating.
The main features of the property include:
• Front door to entrance hall with wooden flooring, understairs area for coats and boots, and a panelled door to the sitting room, a very charming and well-proportioned room with wooden flooring, built-in bookshelves and exposed ceiling beams. There is a fireplace with brick hearth and painted surround and a log burner.
• The dining room has wooden flooring and exposed beams. There is a fireplace currently with a log burner (which will not remain). One step up to the open-plan kitchen with a range of painted base units with wooden worktops and ceramic sink with drainer and mixer taps. There is a Smeg gas hob and double oven with overhead extractor. Slate tiled floor.
• The utility/boot room has a butler-style sink in wooden surround with mixer taps and fitted dresser. There is a further storage cupboard (which forms part of a small flying freehold with the property next door). Slate tiled flooring. Panelled timber door to cloakroom with WC.
• From the boot/utility room a door opens to a small passage with steps up to a terrace/sun trap, which in turns leads to a passageway which ultimately culminates in the private rear garden.
• The attractive first floor landing has an exposed beam, wide wooden floorboards and a small recessed area with shelves for display purposes.
• The principal bedroom is another character-filled room with wide painted wooden floorboards and exposed beams to the ceiling and walls. There is a built-in wardrobe cupboard and a further recessed area which serves as an additional wardrobe.
• The second bedroom is another generous double bedroom, again with wide wooden floorboards and a useful recessed area suitable for storage and/or wardrobe space, exposed beams.
• Bedroom 3/study is a compact but useful room, currently serving as an office, again with wide wooden floorboards and some built-in shelving.
• An open tread staircase from this area leads to the charming attic room in the eaves with a Velux window to the rear and some exposed beams. Recess suitable for storage.

Outside
To the rear of the property and approached from the boot/utility room is a passageway with brick steps leading up to a small terrace/suntrap area with a garden storage shed and further steps to a gravelled passageway that leads to a private area of rear garden.
This is a very pretty west-facing garden divided into different areas, one of which is paved and laid to gravel with an attractive arbour, perfect for al fresco dining. There are a number of beds, including several which have been used as a vegetable garden, and a picturesque pond surrounded by an area of lawn.
A raised timber deck offers access to the studio room of timber construction which currently serves as an artist’s studio and workshop, and could accommodate a variety of purposes including a home office or study.
To the side of the studio is the working area of the garden, with space suitable for garden storage, compost, etc.

Branch Information

Battle
68 High Street
Battle
East Sussex
TN33 0AG

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