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  • The property is set at the end of a private road on the northern edge of the village of Icklesham with its Norman church and excellent Queen’s Head public house within a five-minute walk. The Ancient Town and Cinque Port of Rye, renowned for its historical associations and medieval fortifications, is about 5 miles and provides local shopping facilities. The Ancient Town of Winchelsea, based on the grid-iron street plan with wide, regular streets arranged around a giant square is within 2 miles. Local train services from Rye to Ashford with high speed connections to London (St. Pancras 37 minutes) and mainland Europe. The larger town of Hastings with its seafront and promenade is about 6 miles to the south west and provides comprehensive shopping facilities together with a direct train service to Brighton or London. The M25 can be accessed at Junction 5 via the recently improved A21. Recreational facilities in the area include golf at Rye, Cooden and Hastings, sailing on the south coast and many fine countryside and spectacular coastal walks. There is schooling for all ages in both the private and state sectors, including Icklesham primary school, Rye College in Rye, Battle Abbey and Buckswood School in Guestling. The Barn Cottage comprises an attached converted barn presenting brick and stone elevations set with mullion windows beneath a thatched roof. The accommodation is arranged over two levels, as shown on the floor plan, and internal features include areas of exposed stone and brick work and a vaulted beamed ceiling to the sitting room. The house is approached by glazed double doors opening into an open plan hall and garden room with glazed double doors to the rear garden, a vaulted ceiling, horizontal matchboard panelling, 2 double radiators, exposed stone and brickwork and colour washed roof timbers. A wide opening leads through to a large, well proportioned open plan dining area and separate sitting room. The dining area has a fitted wood burning stove with a flagstone hearth, log store, fan assisted radiator and exposed timber framing. The double aspect sitting room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed timber framing, a tall mullion window overlooking the garden, exposed stonework to one elevation, 2 fan assisted radiators, fitted book shelving to one wall with a concealed door to bedroom 2 and a rolling library ladder with access to the first floor boarded loft space for which conditional planning consent has been granted for the insertion of a recessed dormer window into the North East facing slope of the secondary hip roof to facilitate a potential conversion. Planning ref: RR/2018/1553/P

    The double aspect kitchen is fitted with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath wood work surfaces with an inset sink and mixer tap, built-in stainless-steel oven with an induction hob and externally vented extractor fan above, below counter space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for an American style fridge freezer. 2 single radiators. A glazed door opens to the rear garden. Bedroom 2 is double aspect with a window to one side with a fan assisted radiator beneath and a glazed door with a side panel leading out to the garden. The en-suite tongue and groove panelled bathroom, with its own hot water system from a tank in the loft above, has modern fitments comprising a panelled bath with an overhead shower, a close coupled w.c and wash basin. Single radiator in housing. The entire first floor is given over to the double aspect master bedroom, which has fitted wardrobe cupboards, a fan assisted radiator and access to the roof space. The en-suite bathroom has tongue and groove paneling and fitments comprising a panelled bath with a shower attachment, an L-shaped wall-unit encompassing a single radiator, pedestal wash basin, a close-coupled w.c and two small storage cupboards. Front Garden 39’ x 55’ (Irregular shape). The property is approached by a serpentine stone chip pathway meandering through evergreen and deciduous trees and mature shrubs with trellising and archways clad with rambling roses and a small ornamental pond. At the very front is a paved terrace with trellis to three sides and circular stone edged lawn with an adjacent log store. A stone-chip hard standing provides car-parking. At the side of the barn, a wrought iron garden gate leads onto a stone-chip pathway through to the rear garden. Rear Garden 51’ x 38’ (Irregular shape). Adjacent to the house is a wide paved terrace with a honeysuckle-clad trellis and a rose-covered pergola over a pathway to a garden shed and the rear garden gate. Immediately outside the garden doors, there is an original brick-lined well shaft (now partially filled in) with an ornamental grill. This area of garden is set down to lawn with a mixture of evergreen deciduous ornamental trees and shrubs creating a screen, as well as a slate chip bed with alpine planting. Behind a trellis screen, there is an air-source heat pump that provides the central heating and hot water. From the rear garden there is a pedestrian right of way to Parsonage Lane.

  • Guide price: £545,000 Freehold

    The Barn Cottage, Parsonage Lane, Icklesham, East Sussex TN36 4BL

    � Open plan entrance hall and garden room � Sitting room with vaulted ceiling � Dining area � Kitchen � Two double bedrooms with en suite facilities � Mostly double glazed �

    Wood burner in addition to air source heat pump & central heating � EPC rating E � Established cottage gardens to front and rear � Parking

    A well presented attached period barn conversion with exposed brick and stone walls occupying a rural, edge of village location at the end of an unmade lane.

  • Directions: From Rye take the A259 in a westerly direction passing Winchelsea. Upon entering the village of Icklesham turn right into Parsonage Lane marked the Queen Head Inn. Continue along Parsonage Lane turning sharply to the left and proceed to the very end.

  • Copyright nichecom.co.uk 2018 Produced for Phillips & Stubbs REF : 365067

    APPROX. GROSS INTERNAL FLOOR AREA 1668 SQ FT 155 SQ METRES

    Parsonage Lane, Icklesham, Winchelsea, TN36

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    Up

    Up

    GROUND FLOOR

    FIRST FLOOR

    Kitchen 18'1 (5.51) max

    x 9'7 (2.92)

    Open Plan Entrance & Garden Room

    19'6 (5.94) x 8'3 (2.51)

    Bedroom 1 23'8 (7.21) max

    x 18'10 (5.74) max

    Loft Space 16' (4.88)

    x 12'2 (3.71)

    Bedroom 2 15'2 (4.62) max

    x 11'8 (3.56) max

    Living Room 17'5 (5.31)

    x 11'10 (3.61)

    Dining Area 17'2 (5.23)

    x 13'4 (4.06)

    Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the floor plan contained here, measurements of doors, windows and rooms are approximate and no responsibility is taken for any error, omission or misstatement. These plans are for representation purposes only as defined by RICS Code of Measuring Practice and should be used as such by any prospective purchaser.

    Specifically no guarantee is given on the total square footage of the property if quoted on this plan. Any figure given is for initial guidance only and should not be relied on as a basis of valuation.

    Entrance Hall

    Woodburner

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