- Idyllic semi-detached Period cottage
- Set in a quiet no through country lane
- Bright and spacious accommodation
- Attractive enclosed garden and terrace
- Village amenities and school within one mile
- On road parking
A charming bright and spacious semi-detached character cottage positioned on a quiet country lane within striking distance to stunning countryside walks, comprising three double bedrooms, a family bathroom, sitting/dining room, living room, kitchen, cloakroom and attractive enclosed gardens with terrace and seating areas. Village amenities and highly regarded primary school are all within one mile.
Scope for loft conversion (STPP). EPC Rating: E.
A delightful cottage with plentiful period charm, set in a peaceful location, tucked away on a no through country lane. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and benefits from a newly installed boiler and secondary double glazing throughout.
Approaching the cottage is a timber fence boundary with gated access to rear garden and back door. To the side of the property is a gravelled pathway leading to the front door. There is also a gate to the rear garden.
The front entrance opens onto a useful lobby area with a further door through to the bright triple aspect sitting/dining room, with an impressive woodburning stove feature in the recessed area and door through to kitchen. Adjacent is the cosy living room, comprising an open fireplace, built in cupboards with shelving and large window to the front aspect.
The well-equipped, modern kitchen includes an array of wall and base units, 1 1/2 ceramic bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap over. There are also worktops, integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine and cooker, ceramic hob with extractor hood atop, quarry floor tiles, inset lighting and space for a dishwasher.
From the kitchen is a staircase to the first-floor landing with a useful under stairs storage cupboard. A window and glazed panelled door lead through to the back garden and cloakroom with WC, hand wash basin and window to rear.
The first-floor landing accommodates three double bedrooms, a family bathroom, an airing cupboard and a loft hatch with extensive boarded storage area and Velux window, ideal for a loft conversion (STPP).
Bedroom one and two, both include windows overlooking the pretty front garden. Bedroom has a decorative fireplace. Bedroom three includes a built-in storage wardrobe, ornate fireplace, and window to rear.
The modern family bathroom includes a panelled bath with shower attachment over and glass shower screen, vanity unit with sink atop, WC, part tiled walls and tiled flooring, inset lighting, towel radiator, and obscure window to rear.
Outside, the front of the cottage has a variety of established and vibrant flower and shrub borders plus a gated access to the rear garden.
The rear fence enclosed garden comprises a terraced area providing two seating areas, curved walled flower bed borders, outside tap and steps to a levelled lawned section. Adjacent to the back door are two outbuildings providing plenty of storage space. There is gated access from both the side and rear of the property.
7 The Platt is located on a quiet country lane with footpaths providing access to beautiful countryside, including Eridge Park and the Sussex Border path.
The pretty and popular village of Frant is within a mile away and enjoys a central green and a village store, hairdressers, two pubs, numerous footpaths and an outstanding village school. The area is well served with both private and state schools.
Bells Yew Green village two miles away, has a village store, pub, cricket club, fishery, and a mainline railway station providing a regular and fast service to London Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street.
The Spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells is within four miles offering fabulous shopping and the beautiful regency style paved Pantiles area, theatres and various other leisure facilities. This town also has a mainline railway station and very high achieving grammar schools.
Wadhurst four miles away is an attractive and characterful village with a predominantly period High Street. Social choices range from period Inns, gastro pubs, restaurants, cafés, an art gallery and many societies and clubs. There is a mainline railway station and an excellent choice of education for both boys and girls in the private and state sector.
In terms of places to visit, within an easy drive are various National Trust properties, such as Bodiam Castle, Sissinghurst (with its famous and beautiful gardens), Scotney Castle and Batemans (Rudyard Kipling’s’ former home).
Council Tax Band: E.
Mains services connected.
On road parking.