A charming and well-presented Grade II listed cottage, comprising two bedrooms, useful attic store room, updated bathroom and kitchen, charming garden and all in close proximity to the footpath to village amenities, NO CHAIN. EPC exempt.
The property forms a pretty Grade II listed terraced cottage located near to the Rose and Crown pub, enjoying all the charm and character associated with the era, to include exposed beams and brick work, inglenook fireplace with wood burner and also an updated kitchen and bathroom.
The ground floor comprises a front door into the sitting room, with window to front and the fireplace, oak stairs case rising to the first floor. The Kitchen is beyond the sitting room, comprising a range of cupboards and drawers, slate worktops, ceramic sink, space for a cooker, recess under the stairs for the fridge/freezer and further under stairs store cupboards, window to rear, exposed timbered ceiling and brickwork.
An opening leads to the rear lobby with a door to the rear access path and a further door to the bathroom, comprising a bath with shower over and glass screen, WC and basin, part tiled and part panelled walls and window to rear.
The first floor comprises a small landing, access to a small bedroom/nursery/study, with a window to rear. The main bedroom is a lovely room, with exposed timbers and a window to front.
There is a useful attic room, accessed via a paddle ladder from the second bedroom, forming a useful store room/occasional study.
Outside, there is a front sandstone paved path leading down to all the terraced cottages, with a small flower bed border against the house and a lawn, paved seating area and flower bed borders opposite the front door. The garden is south facing, and hedge, fence and gate enclosed, with a shed to one end.
The house is situated just by the Rose and Crown Pub, where Fletching Street merges into Coggins Mill Lane, approximately 1/3 of a mile from the 16th Century beauty of Mayfield High Street and within striking distance of all amenities.
Facilities in the village include a small supermarket with post office, butcher, baker, pharmacy, florist, greengrocers and deli as well as GP surgery, dentist and hairdressers. There are also a couple of cafes and Period Inns, including the renowned Middle House Hotel.
There are pretty churches of various denominations, a flourishing primary school and the well-regarded Mayfield School for girls. For more comprehensive facilities Tunbridge Wells in 9 miles to the north.
Railway stations can be found at Wadhurst (5 miles), Crowborough (6 miles), and Tunbridge Wells. These provide a fast and regular service to London Charing Cross, London Bridge and Canon Street. There is a regular bus service to Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne.
The area provides an excellent selection of both state and private schools. Nearby leisure facilities include tennis, bowls, numerous golf clubs, sailing on Bewl Water and at the coast. The area is criss-crossed with many beautiful walks through the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Gas fired central heating, and mains services connected. Council tax band C.