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High Street, Burwash, Etchingham, TN19

£800,000

Guide Price
  • Historic Grade II* Listed house
  • Picturesque village of Burwash
  • Sympathetically refurbished
  • Flexible accommodation
  • Integrated self contained area
  • Beautiful rear garden

** Price Guide £800,000 - £850,000 **
Pelham Hall is an historic Grade II* Listed family house at the heart of picturesque Burwash, offering in excess of 3,000 square feet of beautifully presented and flexible accommodation.

Pelham Hall is a highly attractive and historic Grade II* Listed family house, datiing back to the 14th century and originally built to house the local Bailiff. The elevations are painted brick with timber beams beneath a tiled roof.
The property has been sympathetically refurbished and restored by the current owners and offers well-presented and flexible accommodation of more than 3,000 square feet.
The main features are:
Pelham Hall is a highly attractive and historic Grade II* Listed family house, dating back to the 14th century and originally built to house the local Bailiff. The elevations are painted brick with timber beams beneath a tiled roof.
The property has been sympathetically refurbished and restored by the current owners and offers well-presented and flexible accommodation of more than 3,000 square feet.
The main features are:
• The house is approached via a wide wood panelled front door leading directly into the reception hall, a suitably impressive introduction to this grand house, with a raised sitting area, wide oak flooring, brick chimney and hearth, and a plethora of exposed beams.
• An open doorway leads through to an inner hall with access to the coat and boot area and separate cloakroom. A further door leads to a useful utility room with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
• A gothic-style arch leads through to the sitting room with tiled floor, built-in bookshelves and a wide and attractive brick inglenook fireplace with open hearth and bressummer beam.
• Beyond this room are various storage cupboards including one housing the boiler, and a door through to the guest bedroom 1, a generous double bedroom with a dual aspect over the attractive gardens and glazed double doors leading to the terrace. This room benefits from an en suite bathroom with panelled bath with mixer taps, separate tiled and glazed shower cubicle, basin set in antique-style vanity unit with drawers below, WC, exposed beams to the ceiling and heated towel rail, and a tiled floor.
• First floor:
• The first floor landing features an extremely attractive wooden staircase and is lit by a Velux skylight. A specialist artist has painted a bespoke mural to one wall.
• A doorway leads to the dining room, again with wooden flooring, exposed beams, and a wood burning stove set in a brick fireplace with wooden beam.
• Opening through to the kitchen. The kitchen is provided with a range of high gloss wall and base units with polished wooden worktops incorporating a stainless steel sink unit with drainer, Hotpoint gas hob with Bosch oven below, integrated Indesit dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer and secondary fridge. This well-equipped room provides a comfortable breakfast bar.
• A part-glazed panelled door leads out to the excellent roof terrace providing good entertaining space with excellent far-reaching views over the neighbouring gardens and landscape beyond. Steps from this terrace lead down to the main garden.
• First floor bedroom 2 with en suite bathroom. A door leads through to an inner lobby with storage space and access to bedroom 3 with exposed beams, window overlooking Burwash High Street and a small fireplace. Steps lead up to a separate sitting area whilst on the lower level there is a small area currently used as a kitchenette, a shower room with tiled shower cubicle, basin in vanity unit and WC. A staircase leads down to a further access effectively creating a self-contained suite in this corner of the house.
• There is also a family bathroom on this level with a panelled bath with both mixer taps and an overhead shower attachment with glazed screen, pedestal wash basin and WC, tiled floor, heated towel rail and exposed beams.
• Second floor:
• Another good double bedroom 4 with slightly vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, window overlooking Burwash High Street and a further Velux window to the rear with lovely rooftop views to the gardens and landscape beyond.
• Also on the second floor and approached via a separate staircase is bedroom 5 which, although set in the eaves, provides comfortable space with generous eaves storage, built-in wardrobes, painted brick wall, again with two windows overlooking the garden and landscape beyond.



OUTSIDE
The beautiful gardens to the rear of the house are of a good size and include a paved terrace with extensive lawns and well stocked borders.
There is also a generous terrace with lovely green views and steps down to the garden.

Branch Information

Battle
68 High Street
Battle
East Sussex
TN33 0AG

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