- Well-Presented Mid-Terraced House
- Quiet Cul-de-Sac
- Double Bedroom
- Sitting Room
- Photo-Voltaic Panels for Electricity & Income
- Enclosed Rear Garden with New Shed
- Allocated Parking Space
- Close to Shops & Walks
A well-presented modern, mid-terraced property, complete with a brand new array of Photo-Voltaic panels for electricity and income, situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, enjoying private gardens, double bedroom and bathroom, kitchen, hallway, sitting room, rear garden with a new shed and allocated parking space. EPC Rating: B.
The property forms a well-presented mid-terrace house, redecorated throughout, and enjoying a newly fitted array of Photo-Voltaic panels for electricity generation and income. As the house has electric central heating, this property is now extremely cheap to run.
One enters via the front door to the hallway with stairs to first floor and an open under stairs cupboard plumbed for coats and storage. A door leads to the sitting room, comprising glass doors to the rear garden.
Off the sitting room is the kitchen, with a window to front and a range of gloss fronted cupboards and drawers, integrated sink, induction hob, electric cooker and space for dishwasher/undercounter fridge.
The first floor now comprises a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and drawers around the window to rear, plus a further internal cupboard.
The bathroom comprises a panelled bath with a shower over, WC and basin, part tiled walls, mirror to one wall, window to front, extractor and lighting.
The garden to the rear is private, with a raised patio immediately behind the house, with a small lawn leading to the newly built shed to one corner. It is all fence enclosed. To the front is an open area of communal garden, with a path to the front door and flowerbed. Off the communal area, there is a footpath to the right hand side which cuts through to Mutton Hall Hill, whilst to the left is the area with the allocated parking space and open countryside views.
Heathfield provides extensive facilities, including supermarkets, banks, post office, library, vets, doctors, cafes, restaurants, take-aways, ironmongers, greengrocer, florists, jewellers and antiques/collectables to name but a few, plus other commercial, industrial and professional services. The nearby village of Broad Oak has a general store and Post Office.
The vibrant spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells lies around 13 miles to the north and has an array of well-regarded restaurants, a choice of supermarkets, extensive shopping, independent outlets and leisure facilities.
The bustling town of Brighton is around 25 miles distant and the wonderful south coast beaches are within easy reach at Eastbourne and Pevensey.
Schooling in the area is excellent: there is a well-regarded pre-school and primary school in Heathfield, Broad Oak and Mayfield, as well as community colleges in Heathfield and Wadhurst, whilst Skippers Hill and Mayfield School for Girls offer excellent local private choices.
The nearest mainline stations are at Stonegate around 6.5 miles away and Buxted, approximately 7 miles away, with services to London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross in around 75 minutes. The A21 with its access to the M25 is within easy reach.
There is also excellent access to local footpaths, the Cuckoo Trail, Bewl Reservoir, Buxted Park Hotel, Bedgebury Pinetum and several National Trust properties.
Mains electricity, water and drainage, electric central heating with the photo-voltaic panels producing around 10kwh/day (figures from September 2022).
Council Tax Band: B