Mayfield Office
01435 874450

Wadhurst Office
01892 782287

Bankside, Wadhurst
Guide Price £395,000


Under Offer
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  • Convenient position close to amenities, yet tucked away from the main roads
  • Front and rear gardens
  • Adjacent free car park for residents
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms plus open plan kitchen/dining room
  • Downstairs WC
  • About 1 mile from the station

Occupying a tucked-away yet highly convenient position on a quiet cul-de-sac, within walking distance of shops, schools and the mainline railway station, this well-presented, spacious semi-detached family house comprises: three bedrooms, a family bathroom, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility area, WC, front and rear gardens including a good-sized landscaped South-Westerly facing rear garden. An adjacent car park for residents provides ample parking. Offered with No Onward Chain. EPC Rating: D

The house is set back from the road with an area of garden to the front planted with young and colourful trees. A side access road leads to a residents’ car park to the rear of the property, where ample parking spaces are usually available adjacent to the rear garden. A pathway leads off the side access road to the front door and there is also gated access to the rear garden.

The welcoming entrance hall displays parquet wood flooring and has doors leading off to the reception rooms, kitchen and downstairs cloakroom. Stairs rise to the first floor with useful built in understairs storage.

There are two sunny reception rooms overlooking the rear garden, both featuring fireplaces with tiled surrounds, wood flooring, dado and picture rails. The larger of the two rooms has sliding glazed doors to the rear patio.

The kitchen overlooks the front garden and is open to a dining area, which overlooks the rear garden. A side door provides access to a path down the side of the house leading to the back garden and gated access to the front. Both areas feature parquet wood flooring. The bespoke country style kitchen comprises solid wooden base units and worktops with a Belfast sink and space for a freestanding dishwasher and range-style cooker with gas connectivity and fitted extractor hood. There is space for a fridge/freezer and additional dressers in the dining area. Sectioned off from the kitchen is a utility area with space for laundry appliances.

Arranged over the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The two bedrooms to the rear are both doubles and feature decorative fireplaces generous built-in wardrobes/cupboards. Bedroom three is a more comfortable single bedroom, with a window to the front.

The family bathroom consists of a modern suite including panelled bath with shower attachment over and a shower screen, WC and vanity unit with hand basin atop. Tiled walls and floor. Heated towel rail and obscure window to the front.

The rear garden is fence enclosed, with a large patio wrapping around the rear, and steps down to the area of lawn. The current owner has taken great care to retain some established mature trees and shrubs. Although the garden is predominantly laid to lawn there are various vibrant flower bed borders, a terraced area, a shed and a gate to the rear parking area.

Bankside is a quiet cul-de-sac located between the Durgates and Sparrows Green areas of Wadhurst. The nearest shop is approximately 350 yards away, providing convenience products, whilst the Co-Operative mini-supermarket is approximately a third of a mile away. The centre of town is about three quarters of a mile away and offers an array of shops and facilities including cafes, a butcher, pharmacy, post office facilities, barbers/hairdressers, restaurants, food outlets and much more.

There is an Ofsted rated “good” primary school in Sparrows Green, pre-school and the Sacred Heart Catholic School in Durgates, as well as Uplands Academy in the town, all within walking distance.

Wadhurst mainline railway station is about 1 mile away with services to London Charing Cross and Cannon Street (London Bridge in about 55 mins).

Wadhurst has a very strong community with Anglican and Catholic Churches and various social and sporting activities and clubs to get involved with. There is also a local doctors practice, dentist and veterinary practice. Local leisure facilities include floodlit tennis courts, a children’s playground and a community sports centre.

There are beautiful walks on the numerous footpaths and bridleways that criss-cross the area. Scotney Castle and Bedgebury Pinetum are nearby as is Bewl Water, which offers sailing and other outdoor pursuits.

Material Information

Wealden District Council. Tax Band D (rates are not expected to rise upon completion).
Mains gas, electricity, water and sewerage.
The property is believed to be of brick construction with half-tile hung elevations under a tiled roof.
We are not aware of any asbestos at the property.
According to the Government Flood Risk Website, there is a high risk of surface water flooding.
Broadband coverage: According to Ofcom, superfast broadband is available to this property.
There is mobile coverage from various networks.
The property is located within the High Weald AONB.
We are not aware of any mining operations in the vicinity.
The property does not have step free access.
We are not aware of planning permission for new houses/extensions at any neighbouring properties.

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Wadhurst TN5 6UL
County: East Sussex
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: 00002154
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