Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to present this end of terrace period cottage to the market in central old Newick off Church Road. The property has two bedrooms on the first floor the second having shower room facilities, however this is likely to be configured as a separate bathroom. The ground floor has an entrance hall with 17 ft front sitting room, central dining room and unfitted back room newly plastered but plumbed in as a kitchen. There is a rear courtyard with right of way access to no.2 and no.3 and to the detached barn which could have a mezzanine floor and with addition room and could be an excellent home office or potential small annex.
Blind Lane is in the centre of Old Newick, close to the three Newick public houses, the primary school, the cricket and sports grounds, the church and the popular Indian restaurant. Beyond is the green onto Goldridge Road with an array of local shops including store and chemist. Newick is a highly sought after village surrounded by an attractive rural area and close to Fletching, Sheffield Park with the Ashdown Forest beyond. but also Chailey Common and beautiful walks, Lewes, Uckfield, Haywards Heath are all in easy reach with the latter having a main line station with excellent parking, London Victoria 45 minutes, London Bridge 75 minutes and Brighton.
THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Landing with painted white balustrades and stairs to ground floor. Exposed wood floor.
15'1 x 13'1 Sash windows to front garden and superb view to Newick Cricket grounds and pavilion. Cast iron fireplace with wooden mantel. Exposed ceiling beams. Exposed wooden floorboards. Hatch to roof space. Pine double wardrobe.
BEDROOM 2 / BATHROOM
16'7 x 14. Cast iron period fireplace. Casement windows to barn and rear garden. Independent Mira shower with shower cubicle. Pedestal washbasin with mixer taps. Lowe level w.c. Hatch to second roof space. Exposed wooden floorboards. It is likely that these shower room facilities would be moved making access from the landing and thus internal leaving a good size second bedroom. Airing cupboard with Megaflow hot water cylinder.
Entrance porch to original door
With stairs to first floor landing. Cupboard under stairs. Window light to central Dining Room.
FRONT SITTING ROOM
17' (into bay window) x 12'6. Feature bay window to the front garden with original wooden shutters. Exposed wooden floorboards (modern), cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and, wooden mantel. Dining Cupboards to side wooden panelled door.
CENTRAL DINING ROOM
9' 4 x 8'6. Cast iron open fireplace in painted brick chimney breast. Exposed wooden floor. Glazed light to
4'7 x 6'9 There is no kitchen equipment currently. Brick floor. The walls have been replastered.
Sash window to rear yard and barn. Gate to shared rear yard with antique water pump. Gate to no.2 and access to rear.
11'9 x 17'. 11'6 Ceiling height window to west and south. Potential for additional mezzanine. Double doors, 5 bar gate access. Additional section (10'6X 7'7). The Barn has potential for residential or home office.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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