3 Bed Detached Under Offer
Guide Price £695,000
Whitebread Lane, Beckley, East Sussex TN31 6UA
A detached three bedroom granary conversion situated on the edge of the village set in cottage gardens of approximately 0.5 acre.
Sun room, Kitchen/dining room, Inner hallway, Living room, Shower room, First floor landing, 3 bedrooms, Family bathroom, Oil heating, Double glazing , Off road parking with two entrances, Detached workshop, Detached period barn in need of renovation, Gardens of approximately 0.5 acres.
Boormans Cottage is situated on the edge of Beckley village which has a pleasing blend of ancient, Georgian and modern houses and cottages with rural and equestrian homes on lanes to either side of the street. A little to the south of the village is the large expanse of Beckley Woods, comprising of two hundred and fifty acres of mixed woodland spreading over three miles from north to south, it is just over a mile wide. It is managed by the Woodland Trust for public use. The neighbouring village of Northiam is only 3 miles away and offers a wide range of local amenities and shops including a doctors' and dentist's surgeries, vets, opticians, bakers, post office and DIY store. The Ancient Cinque Port Town of Rye is approximately 5 miles, Tenterden with its tree lined High Street is approximately 8 miles. The nearest mainline railway stations are at Robertsbridge and Battle both around 11 miles and Rye, 5 miles.
The Cottage is a substantial, detached converted granary presenting brick elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof surrounded by a large organic garden with a balanced eco system.
Enter into a sunroom with inner door to the kitchen/dining room fitted with a range of units incorporating an oil-fired Rayburn for heating and hot water, gas hob (bottled gas), Butler's style sink, windows to side and rear, tiled floor. Stairs to the first floor.
Inner hallway with built in coat cupboard, doors to shower room and living room. Living room with a corner wood burning stove which has a back boiler to heat radiators, double doors out to the garden, additional windows to rear and side with exposed brickwork.Shower room comprising walk in shower, w.c, circular sink unit, two windows to rear.
First floor landing with doors off to all bedrooms and family bathroom. Doors to rear (Juliette balcony to be installed). All front facing windows on the first floor have views over farmland opposite and the rear windows overlook the garden. Bedroom 1 triple aspect, exposed timbers and brick work, ladder to open mezzanine storage with Velux window. Bedroom 2 window to rear and double doors (Juliette balcony to be installed). Bedroom 3 having window to front. Family bathroom comprising panelled bath, w.c and wash hand basin, window to rear.
Outside: There are two entrances either side of the property both providing vehicular access and off-road parking. The cottage style garden with a managed eco system has well stocked beds, a small wildlife pond, raised vegetable beds, an original well and two greenhouses. In addition, there is a large detached workshop with light and power connected.
Detached period barn which was once the stables to the granary. The barn requires complete renovation although the current owners have replaced some of the oak framing.
The plot size, amounting to approximately 0.5 acres (to be verified).
Local Authority: Rother District Council - Council Tax Band D