- Charming end of terrace two bedroom cottage
- Bright and spacious accommodation
- Attractive private garden
- Timber workshop/studio/home office
- Central village location
- Off road parking
- Available Now
Located in the heart of Ticehurst village this charming end of terrace period cottage is within easy walking distance to shops, amenities and footpaths offering beautiful countryside walks including Bewl Reservoir. The accommodation is arranged over two floors, comprising sitting room, kitchen/dining room, two double bedrooms, family bathroom, private enclosed garden, timber workshop/studio/home office and off road parking. EPC Rating: D.
5 Frant Cottages is a delightful period cottage, built in the 1800s. The property benefits from double glazing and central heating throughout.
Approaching the property, a walled boundary with gated access and pathway lead to front door. Inside there is a useful lobby with further door through to sitting room.
The charming sitting room includes a decorative fireplace on a brick hearth with a floating timber shelf, built in base cupboard, window to front, doorway through to kitchen/dining room and family bathroom with staircase to first floor landing.
The modern kitchen/dining room has been cleverly designed to maximise ample storage and dining space. The kitchen and utility area comprises a variety of wall and base units including a large upright cupboard with space for washing machine and tumble drier, worktops, part tiled walls/splashbacks, sink/drainer with mixer tap over, integrated cooker, ceramic hob with concealed extractor over, space for dishwasher and upright fridge/freezer.
With a partly glazed roof, the exceptionally bright and generous size dining room includes glazed sliding doors extending through to private decking area with canopy, a fantastic space for relaxing and entertaining family and friends.
The stylish family bathroom includes panelled bath with shower over and glass screen, wall cupboards and shelving, vanity unit with sink atop, WC with concealed cistern, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, inset lighting and obscure window to rear.
The first floor landing accommodates two double bedrooms. Bedroom one is bright and airy with useful storage space over stairwell and window to front. Bedroom two also enjoys plenty of light with built in cupboard and window to rear.
Outside, the front wall enclosed garden includes an ornate pebbled area with pathway and steps to front door.
The private fenced rear garden mainly consists of shingle with ornamental stepping stones, a pretty pond feature and a variety of colourful shrubs. Also, there is an impressive decked area and a secure timber workshop/studio/ home office which is fully insulated with hard standing flooring and electricity supply. At the far end of the garden is private parking and gated access to rear.
Ticehurst is a lovely and sought after village with a thriving community. Amenities include a greengrocer, chemist, coffee shop/cafe, zero waste shop, florist, hairdressers, art gallery, dry cleaners, and general store with Post Office.
The award winning gastro pub The Bell Inn is in the centre of the village with the beautiful country pub The Bull Inn just a ten minute walk away.
There is an Ofsted rated 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.
The A21 with access to the M25 is within 4 miles, and mainline railway stations are at Wadhurst, Stonegate and Tunbridge Wells, all providing fast and frequent commuter services to London. Also, within 40 minutes of Ticehurst 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).
Council Tax Band: D
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