Old Forewood Lane, Crowhurst, Battle, East Sussex, TN33
- Well-presented period farmhouse
- Attractive garden with summerhouse
- Delightful country views
- Rural not isolated location
- About 0.18 of an acre
- Crowhurst mainline station 1.7 miles
**Guide Price £525,000 - £575,000**
An attractive period farmhouse (not Listed) comprising a comfortable and well-presented home in a rural but not isolated location, with country views, and set within a pretty garden of about 0.18 of an acre. EPC E
Moorbank Farmhouse is an attractive period farmhouse, not Listed, comprising a comfortable and well-presented home in a rural but not isolated location. The elevations are brick, part tile hung beneath a tiled roof. There is oil-fired central heating.
The main features are:
A storm porch leads via a stable door to the entrance which is open to the sitting room, a charming room with herringbone parquet wood flooring, an exposed brick inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam, and solid fuel burning stove with hood above, exposed beams.
Door to the inner hall, again with herringbone parquet wood flooring, leading to the study, another nicely proportioned room with wooden flooring, cast iron mantelpiece with brick hearth and open fireplace. A panelled glazed door leads to the terrace at the side of the house with tongue and groove panelling to some walls.
A second inner hallway with stairs to the first floor also offers access to the kitchen/breakfast room with a range of painted base units with wooden worktops, incorporating butler sink with mixer taps and drainer. Integrated Indesit dishwasher, Hotpoint oven, Hotpoint hob with overhead extractor. There is an Aga with two rings and two ovens. Quarry tiled flooring and space for a breakfast table with lovely views over the garden and countryside beyond.
One step up to the dining room, also with quarry tiled flooring, exposed beams to the ceiling and a part-glazed door to the side of the house. There is a useful utility/boot room again with butler sink with drainer, plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier, quarry tiled floor, oil central heating boiler and a door to the side of the house.
The first floor has a landing with access to eaves storage space.
Bedroom 1 is a double bedroom with a cast iron fireplace and mantelpiece above, exposed beams and access to eaves storage. Bedroom 2 is another double bedroom, again with exposed painted beams, corner storage cupboard. Painted brick chimney breast with bressummer beam and brick hearth. Bedroom 3 has part wood panelled walls and exposed beams, access to a small storage area approached also via bedroom 2, with access to a hatch leading to the large loft space, ideal for storage and with a window to one end.
The bathroom has a panelled bath with mixed taps and overhead shower attachment, washbasin in vanity unit with storage below, low level WC, part tiled walls.
To the front there is a raised lawn and curved carriage drive providing parking, and a log store. The rear garden is an attractive feature, laid to lawn with a paved area enjoying attractive views over neighbouring countryside.
There is a timber garden shed and a further detached timber Studio Room previously used as an artists studio. The gardens are bordered by mature trees, hedges and shrubs. In all about 0.18 of an acre.
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