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3 bed Detached House For Sale

Main Street, Peasmarsh, TN31 In Excess of, £700,000 - Freehold

KEY FEATURES

  • Charming detached Grade II Listed Village property
  • Featuring a wealth of period features throughout
  • 22' Sitting Room and 22' Kitchen / Dining Room
  • Delightful, well stocked gardens with an abundance of flowers and plants
  • Ample parking and turning area with detached Garage with office
  • Central village location close to amenities
  • Short drive to the cinque port towns of Rye, Tenterden and also Camber Sands

SUMMARY

Old Well House is a beautiful, detached Grade II Listed period property standing in delightful, well stocked gardens with a detached garage and a large driveway, set in a tucked away, secluded setting in the heart of the village. This charming three bedroom house is believed to date back to circa 1625 and retains a wealth of period features including a wonderful inglenook fireplace, leaded light windows, beams and timbers and latch doors all of which add to the over appeal of this welcoming family home. There is a delightful array of flowering plants and shrubs with areas of lawn and good size paved terrace areas, with mature trees and hedging providing privacy and seclusion. A large drive provides ample parking space and leads to the detached English Heritage garage with useful workshop to the rear. This historic village offers local shopping facilities and is only a short drive from the medieval Cinque Port town of Rye and Camber Sands.


DETAILS

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

with tiled floor, stairs to the first floor guest bedroom, understairs storage cupboard and door to downstairs bathroom.

Kitchen / Dining Room

A very spacious farmhouse style kitchen with windows to the side and rear garden. Chimney recess housing a Rayburn (no longer in use). Ample space for dining table and chairs. Range of worksurfaces with drawers and cupboards under with matching wall mounted units. Butler sink unit with mixer tap. Bosch ceramic four ring electric hob and oven. Space for washing machine and dishwasher. Shelved larder cupboard. Ceiling beams. Tiled flooring. Stable door to rear garden. Door to :

Inner Hallway

Stairs to the first floor. Storage cupboard. Doors to:

Sitting Room

A lovely triple aspect room with windows to the front and side gardens and French windows to the side. Superb inglenook fireplace is the focal point of the room with breassumer beam and brick surrounds. Cupboard to one side housing the combi-boiler. Ceiling beams. Door to :

Entrance Porch

with font entrance door.

Bathroom

White suite comprising bath with mixer tap and hand held shower attachment. Shower cubicle. Low level w.c. Bidet. Heated towel rail. Wash hand basin. Window to the rear.

First floor landing

Area with a wealth of beams and timbers. Linen cupboard. Door to:

Bedroom 2

Window overlooking the front garden. Door to a useful Storage Area with restricted headroom, believed to be a former priest hole. Beams and timbers

Bedroom 3

Window to the rear. Exposed beams and timbers.

Bathroom

White suite comprising bath. Low level w.c. Wash hand basin. Window to side.

Attic

Door from landing with ladder stairs to Second Floor Attic which provides useful additional storage space, split into two different areas with restricted head height

Bedroom 1

From the ground floor entrance hall with stairs lead to Principle Bedroom A charming double aspect room with windows to the gardens. Exposed floorboards. Vaulted beamed ceiling. Built in wardrobe cupboards.

Outside

Old Well House is approached through a five bar gate leading onto a large gravelled driveway providing parking with feature Well near the entrance

Garage

with double doors to the front, power and light connected, has a door to the rear leading to:

Studio / Workshop

with telephone point, power and light – ideal for a number of uses.

Gardens

The gardens are truly delightful, featuring an abundance of well-stocked flower and shrubs beds, rose bushes and climbing plants providing colour and interest throughout the seasons, surrounded by mature trees and hedging providing a great deal of privacy and seclusion. To the rear is a large, paved terrace and further terrace area to the front providing an ideal place for relax and alfresco dining.

Note

Please note: The fact that this bedroom and separate access from the entrance hall with bathroom, makes this ideal for guest accommodation as well.

Services

Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Rother District Council

To discuss this property please call us on:

01797 290050

Reference:

Floorplan for Main Street, Peasmarsh, TN31

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