- Very pretty period cottage built in the early 1800s
- Tucked away off a quiet lane close to Bewl Reservoir
- Deceptively spacious living accommodation
- Beautiful countryside views from all rooms
- Private and secluded south facing garden
- Front and rear terrace with outbuildings
- Detached garage/workshop
- Off road parking for several cars
- Walking distance to Ticehurst village amenities
- VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
A charming, attractive and beautifully presented two double bedroom terraced cottage, situated in a peaceful tucked away position off a quiet country lane within the sought-after hamlet of Three Leg Cross, enjoying beautiful countryside walks from the doorstep with nearby access to Bewl Reservoir. This cottage offers plentiful period charm and character throughout including fireplace with log burner, exposed timbers, brickwork and latched doors.
Easter Cottage is a very pretty mid-terrace cottage dating from the early 1800s which has been well maintained by the current owners providing a light, well presented and deceptively spacious living space benefiting from good ceiling heights throughout and some lovely features including exposed timbers
Presenting attractive tile hung and brick external elevations beneath a tiled roof benefiting from double glazing throughout, the accommodation is arranged over three floors.
A part glazed porch to the front with further door off to spacious sitting/dining room with an abundance of character features including exposed timbers, feature brick fireplace with log burner, large window and part glazed door to front.
Opening off sitting/dining room to the bright and newly fitted kitchen comprising wall and base units, tiled floor, wooden worktops, Butler sink with mixer tap over, space for upright fridge/freezer, Range cooker, slimline dishwasher and washing machine with bay windows and stable door to the rear.
Staircase from the sitting/dining room to first floor landing with doors off to double bedroom and family bathroom.
The double bedroom includes a large window to front providing splendid views of the open countryside, a former fireplace with decorative brick surround, built-in cupboard and latched door.
The family bathroom is a very generous size comprising a paneled bath, separate shower, WC, bidet and basin atop a bespoke fitted cupboard unit, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, airing cupboard, under eaves storage, alcove currently housing tumble dryer, latched door and windows to rear again with lovely countryside views.
Latched door off first floor landing with stairs leading to second floor to a charming vaulted bedroom enjoying dual aspect windows with wonderful far reaching views over the surrounding countryside, exposed timbers, under eaves storage and exposed brickwork.
Outside to the front there is a good area of private parking for several cars which leads to a detached single garage/workshop with a large storage area above.
A side gate leads to a path which meanders to the secluded south facing private garden which is fenced and hedged enclosed and is mainly laid to lawn with an area of terracing, and there are well stocked flower borders planted with a variety of mature shrubs and plants.
The path continues to meander up to a quaint terraced front garden immediately by the cottage making the most of the Southerly sunlight, forming an ideal outside eating/entertaining area. There is a brick wall and fencing to all sides with flower borders including a variety of mature shrubs.
To the rear of the cottage is a pretty paved courtyard garden with brick built outbuilding leading to a shared pathway (only serving the cottages) to the lay-by on Dunsters Mill Lane, a no-through lane that leads to Bewl Reservoir.
Agent Note: The seller of this property is an employee of the selling agent.
The property is located within the very popular Three Leg Cross area of Ticehurst, close to Bewl Reservoir with footpaths almost from the door, and nigh on opposite the very popular Bull Public House. Footpaths close by also lead back to Ticehurst High Street.
Ticehurst is a lovely Village with a thriving community. Amenities include a good range of local shops including the refurbished ‘The Bell Inn’ and two other public houses. Further amenities include doctor’s surgery, chemist, coffee shop, bakery and general store with Post Office.
There is an Ofsted rated “good” primary school and a range of sporting facilities. Nearby leisure facilities include tennis, an excellent children’s playground and a Community sports centre, as well as a fantastic golf club at Dale Hill. There are also beautiful walks on the numerous footpaths and bridleways that criss-cross the area, the ever popular Bedgebury Pinetum and Bewl Water Reservoir which offers sailing and other outdoor pursuits.
Approximately 10 miles North of Ticehurst is the lovely Spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, with its fabulous shopping and beautiful Regency style paved Pantiles area, theatres and various other leisure facilities. This town also has very high achieving grammar and comprehensive schools.
The A21 with access to the M25 is within 4 miles, and mainline stations are at Wadhurst, Stonegate and Tunbridge Wells, all providing fast and frequent commuter services to London.
Also, within 45 minutes of Wadhurst there is the Coast with all that it has to offer. 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).
EPC Rating: E
Council Tax Band: D
All mains services connected.