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Pickforde Lane Ticehurst, Wadhurst
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  • Located within a beautiful building, full of character
  • Prime, central village location
  • Garage en bloc
  • Lovely views over the village
  • Generous storage space in the attic
  • Exposed beams, wood flooring, wooden staircase, plantation shutters
  • Spacious rooms

Offered with No Chain. An exquisite top floor apartment in a handsome stately building in the centre of the popular village of Ticehurst, with its abundance of amenities on the doorstep, and proximity to Bewl Water and Stonegate station. This unique property boasts immense character, elevated views over the village and a garage. The accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, kitchen, sitting/dining room, bedroom, bathroom and access to a generous loft storage space. EPC Exempt.

Apsley Court is a beautiful Grade II listed period residence dating back to the early C17th, with C19th additions. Externally, the property is quintessentially Georgian with a handsome symmetrical brick facade featuring stone quoining, modillion cornice and curved hooded front door. Internally, the property displays some older details including wooden staircases, brick fireplaces and exposed beams.

Flat 4 is accessed via a communal door to the rear of the building, from the courtyard parking area, which opens into a hallway and leads to the main, grand turned wooden staircase, shared with just one other (first floor) apartment in the building. At the top of the stairs, double doors open into the flat’s central hallway, with the rest of the accommodation leading off it. A loft hatch with pull-down ladder provides access to a useful attic storage space, which the vendors also use as a study space (restricted head height).

Exposed beams, wood flooring and plantation shutters are a recurring theme throughout the flat.

The living room, which is big enough to accommodate sitting and dining spaces, features a brick fireplace housing a woodburning stove and has eye-catching views over the village to the front.

The kitchen is fitted with painted base units with wood block worktops and integrated appliances including a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, freezer, oven and 5 ring electric hob.

The bedroom will accommodate a double bed and has built-in storage.

The well-appointed bathroom features a white suite with a standalone roll top bath.

To the rear of the building there is a walled courtyard with access off Pickforde Lane, in which this flat has access to a garage en bloc. Additional parking can be found across the road in a tucked-away non-charging public car park.

Ticehurst is a picturesque village located about 3.5 miles East of Wadhurst and about 10 miles South-East of Royal Tunbridge Wells, close to Bewl Water Reservoir. It offers a lot of amenities including an award-winning pub in The Bell Inn, a village store with post office facilities, open seven days a week, a greengrocers, Buy the Weigh (zero waste shop and popular cafe), a chemist, hairdressers, The Greedy Goat café, a dry cleaners, an Indian restaurant/take away, a haberdashery/ homeware shop, and much more. St Mary’s Church is in the centre of the community, plus a doctors surgery, a busy village hall, recreation ground and a “good” primary school (2019 Ofsted). There is also another excellent pub a little outside the village at Three Leg Cross, The Bull., and another pub on the way out to Flimwell, The Cherry Tree Inn.

Located in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the surrounding countryside provides a wealth of walking opportunities and stunning scenery, including nearby Bewl Water Reservoir and Bedgebury Pinetum, which are popular attractions.

Nearby Hawkhurst (5 miles) has supermarkets, a small cinema and other amenities. Tunbridge Wells offers more comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities.

Stonegate rail station (3.2 miles) serves London Charing Cross and Cannon Street (Stonegate to London Bridge in just under 1hr).

Dale Hill Golf Club lies on the outskirts of the village and boasts a course designed by Ian Woodnam.

Ticehurst has its own primary school and there are further primary options in Wadhurst, Stonegate and Etchingham. Wadhurst has a secondary school and there are prep schools in Hawkhurst. Tunbridge Wells offers a wider selection of educational facilities including boys and girls grammar schools.

Tenure: Leasehold with Share of Freehold
Lease: 999 years from January 2023
Ground rent: Peppercorn
Current service charge: £80.18 per month for 2023 (equating to 12.77% share), including building insurance
Rother District Council
Council Tax Band: B

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Pickforde Lane Ticehurst
Wadhurst TN5 7BJ
County: East Sussex
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 00001600
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