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Wealden View, Shrub Lane, Burwash, TN19

3 bedroom house in Shrub Lane

£645,000 Freehold

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A semi-rural, secluded family house with private driveway, 19' conservatory and adjoining fields.

A modern family house of considerable charm and character, occupying a secluded, semi-rural location on the edge of a thriving village. Accessed by a private road and driveway whilst adjoining an enviable, open countryside view.

Built as recently as mid 1980's, the house displays an established country house appearance. Built of brick beneath a tiled roof, Latymers features an attractive, sussex style timber weather boarding to the front and rear elevations.

The driveway with a turning space for several vehicles, the house is accessed through an oak front door beneath a pitched roof porch.

The accomodation is tastefully arranged upon 2 floors and extends to an impressive 1957sq ft. Formerlly 4 bedrooms, Latymers has been the focus of much improvement and now features a superb principle bedroom suite 16'5 bedroom with an ensuite shower/wet room occupying the full width of the rear section.

Other improvements and additions include a magnificent 19 ft conservatory with 14 opening windows plus French doors. The owners also installed good quality double glazed windows, boiler and high-pressure hot water system.

Presented to an outstanding condition with generous natural light, the oak front door opens to reveal a 24 ft entrance hallway with 2 sets of double doors giving access to the sitting room and separate dinning room. The ground floor rooms all connect and flow naturally, the utility and laundry area are accessable from the inner hallway and a door into the garden.

Latymers occupies a glorious spot at the end of a private driveway on the village edge. With secluded front and rear gardens of established variety, 2 side paths, 2 terraces and a splendid outlook onto open countryside.

The village offers a full range of attractions, a doctors, pharmacy, general store, petrol station, pubs and nearby school whilst Etchingham mainline station is only 5 minutes, TBV, by car with a regular service to London Bridge from as littele as 64 minutes.

Entrance Hall
7.42m x 3.80m (24'4" x 12'6")


Sitting Room
13.00m x 7.72m (42'8" x 25'4")


Dining Room
12.00m x 3.86m (39'4" x 12'8")


Conservatory
5.92m x 2.82m (19'5" x 9'3")


Utility Room
3.86m x 1.65m (12'8" x 5'5")


Kitchen
4.45m x 2.67m (14'7" x 8'9")


Landing
4.72m x 1.80m (15'6" x 5'11")


Bedroom 1
5.00m x 3.86m (16'5" x 12'8")


Bedroom 2
4.30m x 2.64m (14'1" x 8'8")


Bedroom 3
11.00m x 0.43m (36'1" x 1'5")


En-suite to Bed 1
2.54m x 2.41m (8'4" x 7'11")


Family Bathroom
3.10m x 2.03m (10'2" x 6'8")

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Forest Row sits about mid-way between London and the South Coast at Eastbourne on the northern fringe of popular Ashdown Forest and has a global audience from families wishing to move to the the area for access to numerous private schools especially the Steiner Philosophy school in the village.

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A semi-rural, secluded family house with private driveway, 19' conservatory and adjoining fields.

A modern family house of considerable charm and character, occupying a secluded, semi-rural location on the edge of a thriving village. Accessed by a private road and driveway whilst adjoining an enviable, open countryside view.

Built as recently as mid 1980's, the house displays an established country house appearance. Built of brick beneath a tiled roof, Latymers features an attractive, sussex style timber weather boarding to the front and rear elevations.

The driveway with a turning space for several vehicles, the house is accessed through an oak front door beneath a pitched roof porch.

The accomodation is tastefully arranged upon 2 floors and extends to an impressive 1957sq ft. Formerlly 4 bedrooms, Latymers has been the focus of much improvement and now features a superb principle bedroom suite 16'5 bedroom with an ensuite shower/wet room occupying the full width of the rear section.

Other improvements and additions include a magnificent 19 ft conservatory with 14 opening windows plus French doors. The owners also installed good quality double glazed windows, boiler and high-pressure hot water system.

Presented to an outstanding condition with generous natural light, the oak front door opens to reveal a 24 ft entrance hallway with 2 sets of double doors giving access to the sitting room and separate dinning room. The ground floor rooms all connect and flow naturally, the utility and laundry area are accessable from the inner hallway and a door into the garden.

Latymers occupies a glorious spot at the end of a private driveway on the village edge. With secluded front and rear gardens of established variety, 2 side paths, 2 terraces and a splendid outlook onto open countryside.

The village offers a full range of attractions, a doctors, pharmacy, general store, petrol station, pubs and nearby school whilst Etchingham mainline station is only 5 minutes, TBV, by car with a regular service to London Bridge from as littele as 64 minutes.

Entrance Hall
7.42m x 3.80m (24'4" x 12'6")


Sitting Room
13.00m x 7.72m (42'8" x 25'4")


Dining Room
12.00m x 3.86m (39'4" x 12'8")


Conservatory
5.92m x 2.82m (19'5" x 9'3")


Utility Room
3.86m x 1.65m (12'8" x 5'5")


Kitchen
4.45m x 2.67m (14'7" x 8'9")


Landing
4.72m x 1.80m (15'6" x 5'11")


Bedroom 1
5.00m x 3.86m (16'5" x 12'8")


Bedroom 2
4.30m x 2.64m (14'1" x 8'8")


Bedroom 3
11.00m x 0.43m (36'1" x 1'5")


En-suite to Bed 1
2.54m x 2.41m (8'4" x 7'11")


Family Bathroom
3.10m x 2.03m (10'2" x 6'8")

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Forest Row sits about mid-way between London and the South Coast at Eastbourne on the northern fringe of popular Ashdown Forest and has a global audience from families wishing to move to the the area for access to numerous private schools especially the Steiner Philosophy school in the village.

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