Chapel Hill, Sedlescombe, Battle, TN33
- Charming accommodation with good views
- Ground floor bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Ample parking and garaging
- Useful brick outbuildings
- Delightful established gardens and grounds - in all about 0.85 of an acre
- A 2 acre paddock available separately
- Walking distance of Sedlescombe village
- Battle town and mainline station about 3.3 miles
**Guide Price £980,000 - £1,025,000**
Picturesque sympathetically converted Grade II Listed oast and barn in a semi-rural location removed from traffic yet within a few minutes walk of Sedlescombe village, together with brick garages/workshops, privately set within a delightful garden of 0.85 of an acre. NB: A 2 acre paddock available separately
Sedlescombe Oast is a picturesque and sympathetically converted Grade II Listed oast and barn, the elevations being brick, part clad with weatherboarding beneath a tiled and part slate roof.
The charming interior is enhanced by oak and timber flooring, exposed light oak beams, oak sealed unit double glazed window frames and oil-fired central heating.
The main features of the property include:
• Oak front door to spacious hall with two walls having exposed brickwork, cupboard beneath stairs, oak floor and exposed timbering.
• This leads through to an adjacent impressive vaulted inner hall with oak and stone flagged floor, glazed doors with glass side panels to the front drive, and the main staircase to the galleried landing. Cloakroom with basin and WC.
• The well-proportioned drawing room has a brick inglenook-style fireplace, stone hearth, timbered ceiling, oak floor, triple aspect with door to the terrace and garden.
• The study has fitted bookshelves, oak floor and door to the terrace.
• The dining room has an oak floor and door to the terrace.
• The useful ground floor bedroom has a corner cupboard and en suite bathroom with bath having shower fitting, pedestal wash basin and WC.
• The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with old pine units with glazed sink set into wooden working surfaces with cupboards and drawers below and eye level cupboards above, plumbing for dishwasher, Rangemaster Calor gas cooker. Central island with cupboards beneath and inset marble chopping board. Further range of pine fitted storage cupboards, space for upright fridge freezer. Door to the gravelled driveway.
• The utility room has a glazed sink, wooden working surface, plumbing for washing machine, stone flagged floor, oil-fired central heating boiler and door to the garden.
• The first floor is approached by two staircases, the principal one rising from the inner hall to a spacious galleried landing with vaulted ceiling, mezzanine storage area and full height windows commanding views towards Sedlescombe village.
• The principal bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and is double aspect, with clothes cupboard and en suite bathroom with bath having shower fitting, basin and WC.
• Bedroom 2 also has a vaulted ceiling and an en suite shower room with basin, WC and shower cubicle.
• The second staircase rises to a landing with oak floor and an airing cupboard. Bedroom 3 is double aspect and enjoys the views, and bedroom 4 is a single room. The family bathroom has a bath with shower attachment, basin, WC and shower cubicle.
Detached brick and tile garaging for two cars of 548 square feet with two electrically operated doors. Further excellent detached traditional-style outbuilding of 388 square feet comprising garage/machinery store and separate workshop. (These buildings offer scope for conversion into an annexe/office, subject to planning consent)
The Gardens and Grounds
These form a particular feature of Sedlescombe Oast and are approached via an electrically operated five-bar gate through to a large gravelled drive/parking area for several cars servicing the house and outbuildings.
There is a stone flagged terrace adjacent to the house, with fig trees and steps up to a level lawn with low stone retaining wall and, in one corner, a raised stone paved sun terrace.
Beyond is a further lawn with established flower and shrub borders, walnut tree, palm and silver birch trees, and an oak tree.
In addition, there is a small orchard with plum, apple and pear trees and a former kitchen garden with adjacent greenhouse and timber garden shed.
In all about 0.85 of an acre.
Special Note: an adjacent 2 acre paddock is available by separate negotiation.
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