A charming Grade II listed attached house situated in a sought after Downland village with a stunning garden and superb far reaching views. About 0.45 acre.
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Greywethers is a picturesque period village house which provides interesting and well-arranged accommodation over two floors with a wealth of period features.
Features within the house include a welcoming entrance hall, a particularly well-proportioned double aspect sitting room with an open fireplace and glazed doors leading to the garden. Also located on the ground floor is a good sized dining room and kitchen fitted with an extensive range of units with wooden work surfaces. The kitchen includes a walk-in larder.
The first floor provides a double aspect principal bedroom, two further bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate cloakroom. Attached to the house is a store room and garage. It is thought that it may be possible to convert the garage and store room into further accommodation, subject to the necessary planning or other consents that may be required. Prospective purchasers are advised that they must make their own enquiries with Wealden District Council.
Planning Greywethers is Grade II listed as being of architectural or historic interest.
This property has 0.45 acres of land.
Greywethers is approached from the lane via double wooden gates which give access to the property's drive providing off road parking. To one end of the drive is the car port with garage beyond.
The garden is a particular feature of the property and has been beautifully planted and landscaped over the years and includes a circular paved seating area, sweeping expanses of lawn, well-stocked beds and a number of specimen trees.
To one side of the garden there is a large workshop and a timber garden store. Towards the far end of the garden there is a substantial summerhouse with a paved seating area to the front. From the garden there are stunning uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside to the South Downs. About 0.45 acre.
Greywethers is situated in a highly sought after position on a no-through road in the small Downland village of Alciston with its church and village hall. A bridleway close to the village gives access to both Firle and Alfriston. Alfriston is about 2.5 miles, providing a general store and delicatessen, together with a range of further shops and a number of public houses and restaurants. Berwick mainline station is approximately 2 miles distant providing a service to London Victoria (in approximately 95 minutes).
Having passed the petrol station on the left in Selmeston, continue along the A27 in an easterly direction for approximately 0.3 mile before turning right, signposted to Alciston. Continue down the lane and the property will be found on the right.Read all
- Entrance hall
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Three bedrooms
- Attached garage, store room and car port
- Beautiful mature garden
- About 0.45 acre
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