Main Road, Icklesham, +, East Sussex, TN36
- Grade II Listed period house
- Popular Icklesham village
- Rye about 5 miles
- Delightful gardens of 0.45 of an acre
- Useful garden sheds and stores
**Guide Price £700,000-£750,000**
A handsome, Grade II Listed, 1842 house, substantially enlarged in recent years to form a very comfortable and fascinating period home, together with a delightful and creatively planted garden of about 0.45 of an acre.
A handsome, Grade II Listed house, (1842) originally founded as an Alms House in 1611 enlarged in recent years to form a very comfortable and fascinating period home. The elevations are brick, the front stuccoed and colourwashed white beneath a tiled roof. The first floor windows are gabled dormers with kneelers, casement windows and a gabled porch, also with kneelers.
There is gas-fired central heating and the property enjoys views over open countryside.
The main features of the property include:
• Recessed porch with front door to a small hall. The dining room has an open fireplace with wood burner flanked by cupboards on either side; storage cupboard beneath stairs. The spacious inner hall has a stone flagged floor, door to the rear porch and an archway through to the kitchen/breakfast room.
• Off the inner hall is a cloakroom with basin and WC, and a utility room with glazed sink, working surface, plumbing for washing machine and gas-fired central heating boiler.
• The spacious kitchen/breakfast room has a glazed sink, wooden working surfaces with cupboards and drawers under, integrated dishwasher, excellent fitted dresser, Rangemaster electric/gas cooker with extractor hood above, slate flooring, and underfloor heating. Walk-in larder cupboard. Door to the rear garden.
• The attractive landing is in two sections, one with a wardrobe cupboard. The principal bedroom is double aspect, with a wardrobe cupboard and an en suite shower room with basin, WC and shower cubicle.
• There are three further bedrooms, two of which have original fireplaces. The family bathroom has a rolltop bath with shower fitting, basin and WC.
These form a particular feature, having been creatively designed and planted with areas of lawn, a wide selection of specimen trees and shrubs, roses and many flowering plants. There are gravelled pathways and several paved sitting out areas, ideal for entertaining.
There are a number of useful timber garden sheds/storerooms, one of which is used as a workshop, and a greenhouse and log store.
Brick and tile former privy with new operational basin and WC. The boundaries are hedge enclosed to provide a good degree of seclusion.
In all about 0.45 of an acre.
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