The property presents brick and part timber boarded front elevations, with brick and tiled hung side elevations and brick rear elevations, beneath a slate tiled roof. The house is partially double glazed and part single glazed with secondary glazing. There is oil fired central heating with a plastic tank.
The whole house requires updating as it is rather dated throughout. That said, the accommodation is deceptively spacious, comprising a front lobby with a door into the reception hall, which forms an open space, with stairs to the first floor and recessed cupboards.
A door leads into the sitting room, which enjoys a curved window to front, window and door to the rear garden, partially timbered ceilings and a brick fireplace with oak bressumer and metal flue.
Opposite is a dining room, with a window to front and beyond, also accessed from the reception hall is the kitchen/breakfast room.
The kitchen/breakfast room is a good sized room, with a range of wooden cupboards and drawers, worktops with integrated one and a half bowl sink with drainer, four ring hob with extractor over, and chest level oven and grill. Down lighters, tiled splash backs and a window to the rear garden.
A door leads into the utility room, which enjoys cupboards and space for appliances, window and door to rear garden and further door to a cloakroom, comprising a sink and WC with a window to rear.
The first floor comprises a small landing with a window to rear and a door to the master bedroom with a dual aspect over the rear garden, with a door to the en-suite shower room, compromising a shower cubicle, WC, basin, tiled walls and floor and heated towel rail.
To the side of the house is the family bathroom, comprising a panelled bath with shower over, WC and basin, part tiled walls, airing cupboard and window to side.
Across the front of the property are three bedrooms, all of which have windows to front and enjoy the views. Two have fitted cupboards, and one has a sink. The fifth bedroom is at the rear of the house, with an array of fitted wardrobes.
Outside, to the front is a post and rail front garden with a gated gravel driveway leading down the side of the house, with areas of lawn to front and various flower beds and shrubs.
To the side of the house there is a large detached tandem garage, with an electric up and over door, window and pedestrian door to side.
Behind the house is an expanse of paved terrace between the house and garage, forming almost a private courtyard effect with the doors to the sitting room and utility room.
There is a high walled garden border that extends along the northern boundary, with an original gate to the neighbouring drive. The rest of the garden is lawned with flowerbeds, vegetable patch, fruit trees, fruit cage and high hedges to the southern boundary.
The house is located between Cross in Hand and Waldron, but not remote. Waldron is the nearest village, complete with Public House, The Star Inn, and a Saxon church. Cross in Hand provides the nearest local shop at the Esso petrol station. Cross in hand also provides a gym, bespoke furniture store, bakery, tennis and rugby club.
The nearby market town of Heathfield provides much more extensive facilities, including supermarkets, banks, post office, library, vets, doctors, cafes, restaurants, ironmongers, greengrocer, florists, jewellers to name but a few, plus other commercial and professional services.
Royal Tunbridge Wells and the coast at Eastbourne are both approximately half an hours drive. The nearest mainline station is at Uckfield, with services to London Victoria in around 90 minutes. Services to London Charing Cross can be found at Etchingham.
There is excellent access to footpaths, Bewl Reservoir, Buxted Park Hotel, Bedgebury Pinetum and several National Trust properties.