Station Road



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  • £325,000
  • Semi-Detached
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1

      A spacious and extended three bedroom semi detached Victorian character home with period features, large rear garden extending to approximately 129 ft., with large workshop and greenhouse at the end.

      • Entrance Hall
      • Sitting Room with Open Fire
      • Dining Room with Log Burner
      • Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room
      • Ground Floor Bathroom & Shower
      • 2 Double Bedrooms
      • Single Bedroom
      • Period Features
      • Oil Central Heating
      • Double Glazed Windows
      • 129 ft. Rear Lawn Garden
      • Workshop with Connected Power
      • Greenhouse
      • Off Road Parking for 2 cars

      This spacious, extended, Victorian character home enjoys pretty brick and tile hung elevations, beneath a pitched tiled roof with UPVC double glazed windows. The front door with entrance canopy opens to the hallway with staircase to the first floor, cupboard under and stripped flooring. From the hallway a door leads into a spacious sitting room with a feature open fireplace, built in cupboard, stripped wood flooring and double-glazed window. A dividing arch opens through from the living room to the dining room, with built in cupboard, stripped flooring and log burner. French doors lead from the dining room into an extended rear kitchen/breakfast room enjoying a range of fitted wall and base units, inset sink, plumbing for washing machine, double aspect windows and patio doors opening to the garden. The ground floor bathroom houses a white three piece suite with panelled bath, wash hand basin and WC and walk in shower. Stairs from the hallway lead up to a first floor landing that has an access hatch to the roof space and built in airing cupboard. Accessed from the landing are three bedrooms, the master bedroom with cast iron period fireplace and double glazed window, the second bedroom also has a period fireplace and double glazed window to rear, and the third single bedroom benefits from a side window. Externally the property benefits at the front with a gravel driveway providing off street parking for 2 vehicles, while a side pedestrian access leads to a paved patio with pergola and mature vine looking down over a long 129 ft. rear garden, laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. At the end of the garden is a large timber frame workshop with connected power and lighting, a greenhouse and storage area.

      Situation: The property is located on the edge of the Wealden village of Northiam, near to Northiam Steam Railway Station and the river Rother. The village provides a number of local services, including newsagents, village stores, local bakery, doctor’s surgery, dentists, the Parish Church of St Mary’s and primary school. The nearby ancient Cinque Port Town of Rye (8.4 miles) with its cobbled streets and Tenterden (7.5 miles) with its tree lined High Street both offer more comprehensive shops, restaurants and facilities in a pleasant environment. The spa town of Tunbridge Wells is approximately 22 miles distant offering further shopping and recreational facilities while closer is Ashford (20 miles) with its large McArthur Glen designer outlet retail park. Leisure activities in the area include cricket, sailing, kayaking and various classes in the village Pretious Sports Hall, as well as opportunities for riding, kite surfing on the nearby Camber Sands Beach and walking in the surrounding countryside.

      Schools: A number of highly regarded schools in the area include; Vinehall, Claremont, St. Ronan’s, Buckswood, Benenden and Cranbrook. There is a Village nursery and Primary school; Northiam C of E Primary school. Surrounding Villages offer further state Primary and Secondary schools and Rye offers the Rye Studio School sixth form, specialising in the Arts.

      Travel and Transport: Rye train station, approximately 8 miles distant, offers direct links to the high speed service from Ashford to London St. Pancras (37 minutes), and link to Eurostar trains from Ashford International. The M20 can be joined at Ashford via the A259 and A2070 with connections to the M25 and Dover Ferry Port.

      General Information

      Services: Mains Water, Mains Electricity, Oil Heating, Mantair System Drainage

      Broadband Speed: 24 Mbps (Source Offcom)

      Mobile Coverage: 4G on EE, O2 and Vodafone

      Council Tax: Currently Band C

      Local Authority: Rother District Council Tel: 01424 787000

      Tenure: Freehold

      Viewing: Strictly by appointment with agents – Consider It Done

      Sales Ltd on 01797 224852.

      Directions: From our Offices in Cinque Ports St continue along towards the Landgate, at the T junction turn left onto A268 through Peasmarsh, at the small roundabout continue straight over staying on the A268, at the T junction (joining the A28) turn right and Station Cottage will be found on your left after approximately 300m.


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