- Bright and spacious detached four bedroom family house
- Rural location enjoying beautiful gardens and woodland
- In need of modernisation throughout - scope to extend (STPP)
- Double garage and ample off road parking
- Mainline railway station approximately one mile
- No onward chain
- VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Nestled in an idyllic rural position, on a peaceful country lane set within beautiful south facing gardens and woodland of around half an acre, this detached family house offers bright and spacious accommodation arranged over three floors, comprising four bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen, two bathrooms, utility, cloakroom, outbuilding, detached double garage and ample off road parking.
In need of modernisation throughout with scope to extend (STPP).
No onward chain. EPC Rating: E.
Fysie Shaw built in the 1970s, has been in the same ownership for over thirty years and forms a deceptively bright and spacious four bedroom detached family house. The sought-after countryside location offers a tranquil setting, neatly tucked away off a quiet country lane enjoying large south facing gardens and woodland.
Approaching the property, is a gravel driveway providing off road parking and turning space with a detached double garage to the side. A pathway leads to the front entrance with French doors opening into a generous size lobby area with storage cupboard and access through to hallway and study with dual aspect windows and door to living room.
The hallway includes doors to living room, dining room and kitchen/breakfast room.
The bright living room enjoys splendid views of the stunning garden and comprises an impressive brick feature fireplace on a tiled hearth, Parquet effect flooring, door to study and glazed windows and doors to one entire side allowing plenty of natural light to fill the room.
The dining room is a generous size with two windows to the front and a staircase to the first floor accommodating two double bedrooms and a family bathroom with panelled bath, pedestal basin, bidet, WC, airing cupboard and window to the side.
The light and airy kitchen with dual aspect windows comprises an array of wall and base units, worktops, part tiled walls, sink/drainer, parquet effect flooring, space for dishwasher, cooker and fridge. An arched opening leads through to breakfast room with window to side and door to cloakroom. There is also access to a lean-to/conservatory and stairs to the lower ground level.
On the lower ground is a useful utility room with plenty of space for appliances and includes wall and base units, worktop, Butler sink, tiled walls and flooring, cupboard housing boiler, window to side and door leading to hallway with two bedrooms, both with windows and hand wash basins, and a shower room.
Outside, the expansive south facing garden and woodland areas, totalling approximately half an acre, are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs. There are also some flower borders, a shed and a greenhouse. The enclosed garden has a very private feel, with established hedge and fence borders.
Fysie Shaw is perfectly positioned in a rural wooded lane between Hurst Green and Etchingham, approximately one mile to the local school, playground and nearest shop.
Etchingham main line railway station is approximately one mile away with regular services to London and the coast.
The local historic village of Burwash, located within four miles, offers everyday shopping facilities as well as several period inns, ancient church, doctors’ surgery with pharmacy and Post Office.
The area is very well served with both state and public sector schooling and is within the catchment areas for the highly regarded Etchingham, Hurst Green, Burwash Primary Schools and Heathfield Community College.
The town of Heathfield is within six miles with supermarkets and banking facilities, library and a range of independent shops and services.
The popular National Trust property Batemans is within the village of Burwash, and the property is within striking distance of Bewl reservoir and Bedgebury Pinetum, as well as many other sporting and leisure facilities.
The coast between Hastings and Eastbourne is within easy reach, as is Beachy Head and the South Downs National Park.
Council Tax Band G.
Mains services connected.
Oil fired central heating.