London Road, Hurst Green, Etchingham, East Sussex, TN19
- Etchingham village and station 4 miles
- Well presented detached oast house
- Four bedrooms
- Useful brick outbuilding
- Off road parking
- Beautifully landscaped gardens
**Guide Price £580,000 - £630,000**
An attractive, beautifully presented, four-bedroom, detached oast house with off-road parking and landscaped gardens. EPC F
Mountpumps Oast is beautifully presented throughout with good ceiling heights. The elevations are predominantly brick, part stone with stained weatherboarding beneath a tiled roof. There is underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and in the bathrooms and master bedroom, and radiators in the majority of rooms.
The main features are:
The double aspect entrance hall has a stripped wooden floor and ample space for free-standing furniture. Under the stairs is a cloakroom and storage cupboard.
The triple aspect sitting room has a wooden floor, exposed ceiling beams, a wood burner on a brick hearth with brick fireplace and oak bressumer beam, television point. Double doors lead out directly to the terrace.
To the front of the house is a further double aspect reception room, which would make an excellent study, family room/snug, or consulting room. From here a speaker system provides music through to the kitchen, dining room and entrance hall.
The kitchen is fitted with solid wood Shaker-style wall and base units with tiled splashbacks, granite worktops, butler sink, oil-fired Rayburn, fully integrated dishwasher, fridge and separate freezer, integrated microwave/combi oven, and a pine rack; larder-style freestanding cupboard with low-level basket drawers for extra storage. There are exposed beams to the ceiling, a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, and Chinese slate flooring.
The utility/laundry area has a butler sink with tiled splashback, basket drawers and further storage cupboards, integrated washing machine, space for integrated tumble dryer. A split door leads out to the garden.
The beautiful double aspect dining room has a wooden floor, partly exposed stone walls, quarry tiled hearth with woodburner in recess and oak mantel above, and exposed ceiling beams.
On the first floor, the landing has an airing cupboard with radiator, a hatch giving access to the loft space, bespoke fitted shelving and a cupboard housing the immersion heater.
The double aspect principal bedroom has a wonderful vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. A latched door leads through to the fully tiled en suite bathroom comprising a jacuzzi bath with waterfall shower over, WC, bidet, basin with cupboard below, obscure glass window to the rear, a tiled floor, concealed storage area with shaver sockets. Nickel-plated fittings throughout.
The guest bedroom has a wooden floor, exposed ceiling beam, a cast-iron feature fireplace, and an excellent built-in storage cupboard.
A door leads through to a Jack and Jill family bathroom with a tiled floor, wetroom-style shower with stone floor, fully tiled with overhead waterfall shower; handwash basin, freestanding cast-iron roll-top bath, bidet and WC; finished with nickel-plated fittings and shower sockets.
There are two bedrooms to the front of the house with wooden floors and wooden dado rails.
Stairs lead to an excellent attic room which offers versatile usable space with further hatch to the loft space.
To the front of the property is a pea shingle drive providing ample parking space, together with mature shrub and flower beds framed with oak railway sleepers and a mature hedge and trees. The concealed oil tank is sited here..
The rear garden is beautifully landscaped and comprises wide brick terraces, with a walled courtyard area to one side, providing a delightful place for sitting and entertaining.
There is a good brick outbuilding with tiled roof and electricity connected. Brick terraces are interspersed with raised flower, vegetable and herb beds and a rhubarb bed. Large external butler sink with tap. There is a useful composting area and wood storage area.
There are pockets of lawn on two sides to the house with mature trees, including apple trees, and shrubs. Brick steps lead to a lavender-framed seating area beneath a pergola.
There is a mature shrub bed framed by a stone wall, with a water feature, to one side of the house. There are gates on either side of the house giving access to the rear gardens.
There are electrical sockets in the garden, including a charging point for an electric car, and cabling laid for extra outside lighting.
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