OIRO £499,950 New Instruction

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to introduce this fine extended and improved semi-detached house to the market. The property has been extended to the front, side and particularly the rear. The ground floor has a superb new double aspect sitting room overlooking open fields and the rear garden to the east. There is a further sitting room and study to the ground floor with a central fitted kitchen. The first floor has three good size double bedrooms. The property is insulated to a high level. It has central heating (radiators and under floor) throughout, from a sustainable wood pellet boiler. The solar thermal panel provides hot water from April-October. Additionally there are eight pv panels providing electricity and feeding into the EDF Feed in Tariffs. Yearly payments are made from EDF, FITS and RHI approximately £2,400. Last year the owners paid £300 in heating and electricity.

Chandlers Mead is a cul-de-sac located in the heart of Cooksbridge, within just yards of Cooksbridge Railway Station (London Victoria & London Bridge just over 1 hour). There is a Service Station to the south of the village with a small shop and there are excellent public houses, The Rainbow Inn to the north of the village and The Blacksmiths Arms in the nearby village of Offham, which also has an excellent farm shop. Cooksbridge has a very well regarded primary school which is just a short walk from the property. Lewes, the county town of East Sussex, is just over 2 miles distant and offers a plethora of historic buildings, independent shops, three superstores, public houses, cafes and restaurants, along with the superb Depot Cinema and Lewes Railway Station, again with train services to London but also Brighton and Eastbourne.

ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING
uPVC double glazed side window. Exposed wood floorboards. Airing cupboard housing pre-lagged hot water tank. Staircase with exposed wood treads to the ground floor entrance hall with painted wood balustrade. Hatch to double insulated roof space. Thermostat.

BEDROOM 1
11`3 x 11`4 max (3.43m x 3.45m). uPVC double glazed window looking east over the rear garden and magnificent views across open fields. Exposed wood floorboards. Radiator with thermostat. Range of fitted 4-door wardrobe cupboards with hanging rails and shelves. Further fitted shelves.

BEDROOM 2
11`10 x 11`7 (3.61m x 3.53m) widening to 14`5 (4.39m). uPVC double glazed window with wooden cill and westerly aspect to Chandlers Mead. Exposed wood floorboards. Radiator with thermostat. Fitted oak wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail.

BEDROOM 3
8`10 x 7`8 (2.69m x 2.34m). uPVC double glazed window with tile cill and westerly aspect to Chandlers Mead. Fitted cupboard over stairs. Exposed wood floorboards. Radiator with thermostat.

BATH/SHOWER ROOM
9`3 x 6`3 (2.82m x 1.91m). 2 uPVC double glazed windows overlooking farmland and open countryside. Modern white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, pedestal wash basin with mixer taps and low level w.c. Tiled shower cubicle with glazed doors and Aqualisa shower. Half tiled walls to bath area and basin splashback. Heated white ‘ladder` towel rail. Exposed wood floorboards. Glass shelf.

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE PORCH
External wood door and uPVC double glazed front window. Tiled floor. Entrance door to:-

ENTRANCE HALL
uPVC double glazed side window to garden. Exposed wood tread staircase and painted wood balustrade to first floor landing. Storage space understairs. Radiator with thermostat. Electric fuse box and meter. Tiled floor.

SITTING ROOM
11` x 10`4 (3.35m x 3.15m). uPVC double glazed window with wooden cill and westerly outlook to the front garden and Chandlers Mead. Full wall of fitted bookshelves. Morso cast iron wood-burner on tiled hearth. Oak wood flooring. Radiator with thermostat. TV point.

Central KITCHEN (open to the rear living room)
11`1 x 11`9 max (3.38m x 3.58m). uPVC double glazed side window to covered outside area. Stainless steel worktop and surround to stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and mixer taps. Solid oak cupboards under. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Stainless steel splashback to free-standing electric cooker. Solid oak side unit with drawer under. Corner unit with oak worktop. Space for fridge/freezer and cupboards. Dresser with solid worktop and cupboards under. Tiled floor. Arch to:-

‘L` shaped LIVING ROOM
15`8 max x 23`6 (4.78m x 7.16m). Triple aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to south and west over gardens and modern bi-fold doors opening fully to the large rear garden with immediate countryside views across open fields. Tiled floor. Thermostat.

CLOAKROOM
uPVC double glazed window. Low level w.c. Contemporary wash basin. Tiled floor. Recessed spotlights.

STUDY/BEDROOM 4
10`4 x 11`7 (3.15m x 3.53m). uPVC double glazed double doors and window to east facing garden. Tiled floor. Telephone point. Glazed wooden door to kitchen.

OUTSIDE

FRONT GARDEN
Concrete drive for 2 cars. Lawn and shrub/flower borders. Wooden storage cupboard (currently a pellet store)and log store. Gate to:-

REAR GARDEN
There is a covered area from the kitchen with an outside sink, light and glazed ceiling. Utility/boiler outbuilding, 9`2 x 6`10 (2.79m x 2.08m), with Compact 18 pellet central heating boiler, solar control, fitted shelves, space for utility and a glazed door. Side corridor and concrete path to garden, 61` (from living room) x 35` (18.59m x 10.67m), with lawn and herb/shrub beds, apple, pear and plum trees. Concrete seating area. Crazy-paved patio and drying area. Wildlife garden area. Aluminium greenhouse 6` x 4` (1.83m x 1.22m). External power point. Stile to the rear fields.





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